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¡Qual la descañonan! (How they pluck her!)

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¿Está Umd. …pues, Como digo…eh! Cuidado! si no! (You understand?…well, as I say…eh! Look out! otherwise…)

¿No hay quien nos desate? (Can’t anyone untie us?)

…True Also for Plants

‘Angstgefuhl’ – Anxiety

‘Baronet’

‘Daisy’ jumping a hurdle, saddled (Animal Locomotion, 1887, plate 639)

‘Eagle’ walking with a bucket in mouth (Animal Locomotion, 1887, plate 650)

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‘Eclipse’ / ‘He was bred in 1764, by H.R.H. Wm. Cuke of Cumberland, got by Marsk, son of squirt, a son of Gartletts Childers, own brother to Flying Childers…

‘Gimcrack’

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‘Hooky alf’ of Whitechapel

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‘In the Month of July’: a Windmill on a Polder Waterway

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‘moon’ score, December 19, 1975

‘Out of Many, One’, ‘E Pluribus Unum’, national motto coverlet, depicting the profiles of Presidents Lincoln and Washington

‘Still glides the stream, and shall for ever glide’

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‘Street Scene (with Car in Distance)’

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‘Terra Nova’ in the ice. from ‘Scott’s Last Expedition’

“After the Fair was Over.” (People sledding down Art Hill after the closing of the 1904 World’s Fair. East Restaurant Pavilion and Colonnade of States in background).

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“Anvil”

“At the Water’s Edge” [Arikara] (The North American Indian, v. V. Cambridge, MA: The University Press, 1909)

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“Beside the Stream” [Atsina] (The North American Indian, v. V. Cambridge, MA: The University Press, 1909)

“Christmas at Dan Beck’s.”

“Crying to the Spirits” [Hidatsa] (The North American Indian, v. IV. Cambridge, MA: The University Press, 1909)

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“Emilienne d’Alencon Rehearsing at the Folies-Bergère”, from the Album Le Café- Concert

“Farm Shack with Bear Skin nr. Waynesville, NC”

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“Fiercely the red sun descending/Burned his way along the heavens”

“For I’m to be Queen of the May, Mother, I’m to be Queen of the May”

“For Strength and Visions” [Apsaroke] (The North American Indian, v. IV. Cambridge, MA: The University Press, 1909)

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