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In the case of a form of bacteria which reaches maturity and redivides in half an hour, the number of individual forms existing at the end of two days would need about twenty-eight figures to represent it.
The fertilised ovum divides and redivides; there results a ball of cells and a sack of cells; gradually division of labour becomes the rule; there is a laying down of nervous system and food-canal, muscular system and skeleton, and so proceeds what is learnedly called differentiation.
We in England, looking upon the matter dispassionately, bystanders that survey the game from a vantage-ground denied to either of the players, see that one section of the late ill-assorted Union is still united as one man in favour of independence under a separate form of government; while the other section, the only one as yet acknowledged as a de facto Government by the European Powers, is divided into a dozen warring sects and factions, and redivides and subdivides itself as the war proceeds.
This Electoral Reform Map redivides the territory of the United States into