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“You have been just like any other Gernian, bidding living things die to please your ends, and then claiming you have benefited us all!”
“And living things don't stand still long enough for her to make them illusion," Lliane said.”
“But the real living things knocked spots off my fading collection: the way the moths seemed to come up like bubbles at dusk as the colour drowned out of the flower beds in our back garden and the night-scented phlox or buddleia began to glow with pale wings.”
“Its two main ver - sions will be further defined as abiogenesis, or the production of living things from nonorganic matter, and heterogenesis, or the rise of living things from organic matter, both animate and inanimate, without genetic resemblance or continuity.”
“Sometimes one of these evil creatures escaped and rushed upward to the bright, pure air, and spread its poisonous breath over the living things of the upper-world.”
“The doings of that kind lone wanderer — called Flower Gatherer by the Cherokee in honor of his satchels full with plants and his attention all given to the growth of wild living things — never failed to ease his thoughts.”
“The use of the same word — fitness — to designate the beneficial consequences of two sets of processes as different as the organic evolution of living things and the cosmic evolution of the earth may appear a seman - tic artifact and indeed misleading.”
“The living things controlled their shares of magic, channelizing it, focusing it, making it manifest at will.”
“But Ada, increasingly covetous of Ruby's learning in the ways living things inhabited this particular place, chose to view the signs as metaphoric.”
“The hosts of Zhaitan sought the abyss as living things seek the air.”
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