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  • Just after first light I saw one swoop down on the cows, snatch up a clump of broken-off grass, practically from the mouth of the cow, and carry it to the nest.

    Bird Cloud

  • Just after first light I saw one swoop down on the cows, snatch up a clump of broken-off grass, practically from the mouth of the cow, and carry it to the nest.

    Bird Cloud

  • There is no indication whatsoever that they have shifted across great distances: no fracture areas, no broken-off or pulverized rocks, no scree or grit.

    Modern Science in the Bible

  • • In many places there are strata of tens to hundreds of meters thick, which are forcefully curved and folded, without any sign of cracking or of broken-off rocks, scree, or grit.

    Modern Science in the Bible

  • • In many places there are strata of tens to hundreds of meters thick, which are forcefully curved and folded, without any sign of cracking or of broken-off rocks, scree, or grit.

    Modern Science in the Bible

  • Just after first light I saw one swoop down on the cows, snatch up a clump of broken-off grass, practically from the mouth of the cow, and carry it to the nest.

    Bird Cloud

  • • In many places there are strata of tens to hundreds of meters thick, which are forcefully curved and folded, without any sign of cracking or of broken-off rocks, scree, or grit.

    Modern Science in the Bible

  • Just after first light I saw one swoop down on the cows, snatch up a clump of broken-off grass, practically from the mouth of the cow, and carry it to the nest.

    Bird Cloud

  • There is no indication whatsoever that they have shifted across great distances: no fracture areas, no broken-off or pulverized rocks, no scree or grit.

    Modern Science in the Bible

  • There is no indication whatsoever that they have shifted across great distances: no fracture areas, no broken-off or pulverized rocks, no scree or grit.

    Modern Science in the Bible

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