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  • Incidentally, the Hinton who named the Scilly shrew is Martin Alister Campbell Hinton (1883-1961), former Keeper of Zoology at London’s Natural History Museum, and perhaps best known nowadays as possible perpetrator of the Piltdown hoax.

    Archive 2006-10-01

  • Incidentally, the Hinton who named the Scilly shrew is Martin Alister Campbell Hinton (1883-1961), former Keeper of Zoology at London’s Natural History Museum, and perhaps best known nowadays as possible perpetrator of the Piltdown hoax.

    The first new European mammal in 100 years? You must be joking

  • Not a few of the clan, removed elsewhither, would have smiled degenerate, and with scorn in their amusement, at the idea of Alister's clinging to any supposed reality in the position he could claim.

    What's Mine's Mine — Complete

  • Not a few of the clan, removed elsewhither, would have smiled degenerate, and with scorn in their amusement, at the idea of Alister's clinging to any supposed reality in the position he could claim.

    What's Mine's Mine — Volume 1

  • A fit of coughing here broke M'Alister's discourse; but, after drinking from a cup beside him, he put aside John Broom's remonstrances with a dignified movement of his hand, and continued, --

    Tales from Many Sources Vol. V

  • A fit of coughing here broke M'Alister's discourse; but, after drinking from a cup beside him, he put aside John Broom's remonstrances with a dignified movement of his hand, and continued, –

    Lob Lie-by-the-Fire: or The Luck of Lingborough

  • The Colonel, Miss M'Alister's father, had a good estate, of which his daughter was the heiress, and as I fished her out of the water upon

    The Fitz-Boodle Papers

  • You look all the better for a breath of country air, "was Mrs. M'Alister's nervously-spoken answer.

    Miss Merivale's Mistake

  • TROMSOE, Norway Reuters/Alister Doyle - Indigenous Sami peoples in the Arctic may have found a way to help their reindeer herds cope with climate change: more castration.

    Castrated Reindeer Adapt Better To Climate Change

  • TROMSOE, Norway Reuters/Alister Doyle - Indigenous Sami peoples in the Arctic may have found a way to help their reindeer herds cope with climate...

    Castrated Reindeer Adapt Better To Climate Change

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