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" I procured this autumn, most artificially platted, and composed of the blades of wheat ; perfectly round, and about the size of a cricket-ball ; with the aperture so ingeniously closed, that there was no discovering to what part it belonged. It was so... "
The Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne, in the County of Southampton - Сторінка 43
автори: Gilbert White - 1888 - 568 стор.
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The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature, Том 67;Том 1789

Tobias Smollett - 1789
...belonged. It was fo compact and well filled, that it would roll acrofs the table without being difcompofed, though it contained eight little mice that were naked and blind. As this neft was perfectly full, how could the dam come at her litter refpeftively fo as to adminifter a teat...
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Blackwood's Magazine, Том 77

1855
...round, and about the size of a cricket-ball, with the aperture so ingeniously closed, that there was 110 discovering to what part it belonged. It was so compact...contained eight little mice that were naked and blind." There was no possible room for the mother ; she built it only for her young, and suspended it a few...
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The Youth's instructer [sic] and guardian, Том 14

1854
...about the size of a cricket-ball, with the aperture so ingeniously closed, that there was no discerning to what part it belonged. It was so compact and well filled, that it would roll across a table without being discomposed, though it contained eight little mice that were naked and blind."...
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Animal biography, or, Popular zoology, Том 2

William Bingley - 1829
...of wheat. Its form was perfectly round ; and its size about that of a cricket-ball. The aperture was so ingeniously closed, that there was no discovering to what part it belonged. This nest was so compact and well filled, that it would roll acro3s the table without being discomposed,...
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The Natural History of Selborne

Gilbert White - 1833 - 316 стор.
...composed of the blades of wheat; perfectly round, and about the size of a cricket-ball ; with the aperture so ingeniously closed, that there was no discovering...belonged. It was so compact and well filled, that it * This hawk proved to be the falco peregriiuu — a variety. would roll across the table without being...
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Cobbett's Weekly Register, Том 79

1833
...the blades " of wheat ; perfectly round, and about " the size of a cricket-ball ; with the " aperture so ingeniously closed, that ' there was no discovering...belonged. It was so compact and " well filled, that it could roll across " the table without being discomposed, " though it contained eight little mice, "...
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The Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne

Gilbert White - 1837 - 640 стор.
...of the blades of wheat ; perfectly round, and about the size of a cricket-ball ; with the aperture so ingeniously closed, that there was no discovering...that were naked and blind. As this nest was perfectly fujl, how could the dam come at her litter respectively so as to administer a teat to each? Perhaps...
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The London Saturday journal, Томи 1 – 4

1841
...artificially platted, and composed of wheat blades, and perfectly round, about the size of a cricket ball. It was so compact and well filled, that it would roll across a table without being discomposed, though it contained eight young ones. This wonderful cradle was...
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Quadrupeds; or, Outlines of a popular history of the class Mammalia

Natural history, Quadrupeds - 1840
...composed of the blades of wheat, perfectly round, and about the size of a cricket-ball, with the aperture so ingeniously closed that there was no discovering...compact and well filled, that it would roll across a table without being discomposed, though it contained eight little mice which were naked and blind."...
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On the Habits and Instincts of Animals

William Swainson - 1840 - 375 стор.
...with the aperture closed in the nicest manner; the one he examined was " so compact and well fitted, that it would roll across the table without being...contained eight little mice that were naked and blind."* (24.) The manner in which other quadrupeds preserve, and others obtain, their food, is indicative of...
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