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American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- De Vries, Hugo 1848-1935. Dutch botanist who studied evolution by observing mutations rather than natural selection. He was an early proponent of the works of Gregor Mendel.
“Only difference is that English people may have learn't some German (what harm's in that - Germans now speak English).”
“As mother we are all proud of our children, I still choke up with my son's every milestone, which is not limited to, he learn't to say happy mother's day having said that its still OBAMA 08. full speed to the white house.”
“Europeans haven't learn't much about the world they live in.”
“It's a sad fact that we as human beings haven't evolved enough or learn't through the mistakes of our own history.”
“That is what rememberance is about...shaking us awake so we don't forget to use the hard learn't lessons and to use our own common sense before we learn another hard lesson...”
“For that is the Beth I have learn't to know and adore.”
“The Left's old favourite activity of subversion is back - they're all worried about being outflanked on the unreformed ' learn't nothing in the last 20 years' socialist front by the Lib Dems.”
“My mother was a good seamstress and helped de white folks sew, and she learn't me to sew had help too.”
“After de war, Miss Sallie, who was Judge O'Neall's daughter, learn't me to read and write, and other things in books.”
“Marse learn't me to never tell a lie, and she teached me dat's de way to git along well.”
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