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  • n. Plural form of mammalian.


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  • For evolution of mammalians this isn't to promising.

    The Weasel Thread

  • Then the Hegemony would die, and the mammalians would gnaw at its bones with their tiny yet wickedly sharp teeth.

    Star Trek: Typhon Pact: Seize the Fire

  • (Jesus Christ, whose commandment "Love thy enemy" has proven to be too strong a floral medicine for reptilian types to swallow; Jesus Christ, who continues to point out to job-obsessed mammalians that the lilies of the field have never punched time clocks.)

    La insistencia de Jürgen Fauth

  • I am so tempted to go out and spend $1,000 on cheap buckets and airlift them to all walri and sea-lions and marine mammalians of all kinds.

    LINE IS FOAR NEW BUCKET? - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • Given a closed system, increased mammalians will produce more heat – simple observable fact.

    Hansen and Schmidt: Predicting the Past? « Climate Audit

  • One starts to speak about MHC, or major histocompatibility complex, as a common name for the large sync region and finds that MHC has a closely similar structure in all mammalians.

    The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1980 - Presentation Speech

  • In 1966 I started small-scale studies using laboratory animals to determine if the combinations of antioxidants that were synergistic in the test-tube studies were also biologically synergistic in mammalians.

    The New Super-Nutrition

  • There were mammalians and reptilians, insectoids and water-breathers compelled to move about clad in suits full of liquid.

    Glory Lane

  • Those, and the other large avians, together with the finest of the mammalians, will shortly be lost to the pampas utterly as the great bustard is to England, and as the wild turkey and bison and many other species will shortly be lost to

    The Naturalist in La Plata

  • There are a few mammalians that live together in small communities, in a habitation made to last for many generations, in which such an instinct would appear necessary, and it accordingly exists, but is very imperfect.

    The Naturalist in La Plata


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