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Here were coarseness and brutishness--a thing savage, primordial, ferocious.
Let us only admit the insufficiency of the primordial attraction; and then by the inequality of the two motions of rotation and revolution, the days and nights could have succeeded each other on the moon as they succeed each other on the earth.
To the question why we do not find records of these vast primordial periods, I can give no satisfactory answer.
but it was a wondrous and inspiring sight--this battle of the primordial apes and the great, white ape-man with their ancestral foe, Sheeta, the panther.
He had been suddenly jerked from the heart of civilization and flung into the heart of things primordial.
And I was alone, floating, apparently, in the midst of a grey primordial vastness.
It delves into the unconscious, primordial forms full of evocations and matches; everything is joy, game, atavic memory, primordial, an "aulico crescendo" toward dimensions and spaces still locked in the imagination.
Set up by the family of Alex Connerty, from Maghull, who has the growth disorder primordial dwarfism, the charity supports children with the condition and their families.
Washington, May 2 ( ANI ): A new study has found that stem cells made from the skin of adult, infertile men yield primordial germ cells - cells that normally become sperm - when transplanted into the reproductive system of mice.
The composition of the newly discovered star shows it formed in the wake of a primordial star, which had a mass 60 times that of our Sun.
This led to a new and powerful probe of the origin and evolution of structures in the universe: primordial non-Gaussianity.
The course was devoted to the present understanding of the primordial universe and of the origin of the elements as achieved by studying nuclei and their constituents in extreme regions of energy and composition.