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  • In their name Charles Darwin wrote him the following letter, of which it is difficult to say whether it does more honour to him who sent it or to him who received it: --

    Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley — Volume 2

  • On a self-serving note, the episode of A&E Biography titled Charles Darwin: Evolution's Voice is no doubt airing at various times and on various stations today.

    Darwin Day

  • Our joint effort, titled Charles Darwin the malacologist, recently got published in the July issue of Mollusc World.

    Darwin was a malacologist!

  • Peter Mc gets some well-deserved credit and airtime in the Yorkshire Post, but I am sure he is spinning in his grave at his ship being called Charles Darwin's HMS Beagle.

    Archive 2007-11-01

  • It was a polite way of saying that the one man in England who had famously described the Galápagos flora and fauna, namely Charles Darwin, had apparently failed to appreciate their significance.

    The Song of The Dodo

  • He said, positively, 'The agency is not supernatural; it is physical, and determined by the will of the sitters,' and may be called the Charles Darwin of the subject.

    The Shadow World

  • With regard to the personal quarrel some facts came to light after Butler's death and the subject is dealt with in a pamphlet entitled Charles Darwin and

    The Note-Books of Samuel Butler

  • [41] In their article in the Journal of the American Medical Association, entitled Charles Darwin and Panic stated that Darwin felt "nervousness when Emma leaves me".

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • San Francisco: HarperOne, 2008. viii + 248 pp. If you've been listening to any of the rhetoric about Charles Darwin of late, then a title like this should draw one of two responses: On the one hand, there is an increasingly vocal group of people who would find the idea of Charles Darwin getting saved insulting to Darwin and to them.

    Ponderings on a Faith Journey

  • • An error in a Q&A panel had David Attenborough seeming to refer to Charles Darwin's seminal work – On the Origin of Species – as "The Origin Of The Species" My most treasured possession?

    Corrections and clarifications


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