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“The long-winged conehead cricket is a slender green and brown insect with a conical head, and was first found in Britain only in the 1940s.”
“He goes back to work cementing the several woven limbs and then transforms the large, avian leaf structures into sculpted, long-winged bird figures, as if soaring far above the sculpted figure just beneath.”
“Like several other orthoptera, including the wonderfully named long-winged conehead, the bush cricket is on a northward march, possibly as a consequence of climate change.”
“The mayflies go through a long, lingering insect adolescence in the water before they transform into delicate, long-winged forms.”
“Darnoway — they match your long-winged falcons, friend”
“And when Apollo heard this report, he went yet more quickly on his way, and presently, seeing a long-winged bird, he knew at once by that omen that thief was the child of Zeus the son of Cronos.”
“So said the swiftly flying hawk, the long-winged bird.”
“Zeus, well-skilled in song, tell of the long-winged 220 Moon.”
“And ready-witted Prometheus he bound with inextricable bonds, cruel chains, and drove a shaft through his middle, and set on him a long-winged eagle, which used to eat his immortal liver; but by night the liver grew as much again everyway as the long-winged bird devoured in the whole day.”
“Had B-29s been deployed in England, it would have taken only a short time to lengthen runways to accommodate them; and even before the atomic bomb was ready, these long-winged destruction machines, in this emergency situation, would likely have dropped enormous loads of incendiaries on German cities, creating a dozen more Dresden-like conflagrations.”
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