Seed Dispersal

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Title
Seed Dispersal
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Date Created
2015-11-30
Excerpt
, our chests expand as if we would enlarge to fill it. When we examine a minute object, we naturally contract, not only our foreheads, but all our dimensions. If I see two<br><br>men wrestling, I wrestle too, with my limbs and features. When a country-fellow comes upon the stage, you will see twenty faces in the boxes putting on the bumpkin expression. There is no need of multiplying instances to reach this generalization; every person and thing we look upon puts its special mark upon us. If this is repeated often enough, we get a permanent resemblance to it, or, at least, a fixed aspect which we took from it. Husband and wife come to look alike at last, as has often been noticed. It is a common saying of a jockey, that he is "all horse"; and I have often fancied that milkmen get a stiff, uprigh
Language
en
Identifier
2015-187A
Issue
187
Languages Used
JavaScript
Compression %
51
Word Count
74898
Sentences
4529
Vocabulary Size
21274
File Path to Text
./txt/2015-187A-seed-dispersal-0.0.1.pdf.txt
File Path to Original
2015-187A-seed-dispersal-0.0.1.pdf
Date
2015-11-30
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