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“Is the Hi stowunini hotua ( "double-toothed bull") of Cheyenne legend a cultural memory of the terrifying short-faced bear that became extinct some 10,000 years ago?”
“For instance, horned quadrupeds are not double-toothed; for they have not got the front teeth in the upper jaw; and some hornless animals, also, are not double toothed, as the camel.”
“All animals that are quadrupedal, blooded and viviparous, are furnished with teeth; but, to begin with, some are double-toothed (or fully furnished with teeth in both jaws), and some are not.”
“It is a trailing vine with compound leaves of from four to seven leaflets which are double-toothed.”
“A specimen showing this double-toothed condition is in the Natural History Museum.”
“But he couldn't do no business with that double-toothed galoot.”
“The top may be either ribbed, or knitted in an openwork stitch of same kind or with a double-toothed edge, fig. 356.”
“But the true account seems to be that it is a _double-toothed comb, _ a toilet article peculiar to women, and therefore one which might well be taken to express "a woman," or more generally the feminine gender.”
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“The stalked cones of the Green Alder stand it apart from these species; the leaf margins with fine, regularly spaced teeth contrast with the coarsely, double-toothed leaf margins of the Speckled Alder and the leaves are less taper-pointed than those of the Paper Birch.”
“When they join another species, as is the case with double-toothed kites and capuchin monkeys, it's usually one relatively big enough that it couldn't be a possible meal.”
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