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The trait is so naturelike and Dickens-like, no American -- no living soul but a peppery, crotchety, good-hearted, mellow old John Bull -- could have done such a thing.
It is true, that in the prospect of the desolations which were foretold by the Saviour and were about to be poured out upon Jerusalem, 'for the present distress,' 'the short time' Paul advised, not commanded, a temporary deviation from the order of naturelike an eclipse of the sun or moonfor a 'short time' which no one could wish to be prolonged.
Creatures including stegosaurus, allosaurus, Tyrannosaurus rex and a 72-foot-tall brachiosaurus will roam the fieldhouse floor amid a naturelike setting, moving and sounding the way scientists believe they did.
Built by the team at the IMCS, the 1,000 liter (265 gallon) aquarium is filled with sea water and simulated coral reef to recreate a naturelike habitat.
The trait is so naturelike and Dickens-like, no American ” no living soul but a peppery, crotchety, good-hearted, mellow old John Bull ” could have done such a thing.