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  • Little may be added to the knowledge of the fishes themselves, for I suppose most of the species have been described either by De Kay, Kirtland, or Storer; but a careful study of their special geographical distribution may furnish results as important to zoology as the knowledge of the species themselves.

    Louis Agassiz His Life and Correspondence

  • Belonging as dreams do to the most personal and private life of the individual it is nevertheless true that continued and careful study of this form of mentation insensibly alters one's attitude so that at length the dream appears as a fact of nature, impersonal and objective.

    The Journal of Abnormal Psychology

  • However, careful study of their sacred texts has revealed some exciting paralles with other ancient literature that have a bearing on our investigation.

    The Templar Revelation

  • Mr.J. Wood, who is so well known for his careful study of the muscles of the human frame, informs me that he believes the account which I have given of the action of the corrugator to be correct.

    The expression of the emotions in man and animals

  • Hargrave Jennings, who has made careful study of these worships, points out their general identity in the following paragraph.

    The Journal of Abnormal Psychology

  • The careful study which we had together of the latter on our voyage out will be of great use in many other dialects, and Mrs. Nihill has given him her husband's Nengone manuscripts.

    Life of John Coleridge Patteson

  • There was clearer air ahead, and a revelation which Ranji had suspected from the careful study of available maps but which could only be confirmed by on-site obĀ­servation.

    The False Mirror

  • A careful study of the data supplied to the Robertson Panel does suggest that UFOs are little more than anecdotal gossip.

    Space Ships of the Visitors

  • Woodman2 has made a careful study of 144 such chronic cases, and shows what a surprisingly large proportion of these develop a good adaptation to the artificial environment of the institution.

    The Journal of Abnormal Psychology

  • While there is no overall evidence that low-expresser males have a higher frequency of interactions with the law, a careful study in Australia that looked at boys who were abused as children concluded that those who carried the low-expresser MAOA had a substantially higher frequency of antisocial and criminal behavior as adults.

    The Language of God

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