from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Tufts of coarse grass, Aira cæspitosa.


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  • On the surface I give them the “striking likeness,” as they call it, that they all stand and gape at in astonishment — [Lowers his voice] — but at bottom they are all respectable, pompous horse-faces, and self-opinionated donkey-muzzles, and lop-eared, low-browed dog-skulls, and fatted swine-snouts — and sometimes dull, brutal bull-fronts as well — —

    When We Dead Awaken


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