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Nor is it surprising that the facility of effecting a first cross, the fertility of the hybrids produced, and the capacity of being grafted together--though this latter capacity evidently depends on widely different circumstances--should all run, to a certain extent, parallel with the systematic affinity of the forms which are subjected to experiment; for systematic affinity attempts to express all kinds of resemblance between all species.
In all other respects, excluding fertility, there is a close general resemblance between hybrids and mongrels.
Baisemeaux, that it can be nothing more than a resemblance of your own creation.
Very likely; because there is resemblance and resemblance.
As to learning, government, arts, manufactures, and the like," my master confessed, "he could find little or no resemblance between the YAHOOS of that country and those in ours; for he only meant to observe what parity there was in our natures.
Your sister, I hope, cannot be offended," said he, "by the resemblance I have fancied between her and my poor disgraced relation.
Such," said Colonel Brandon, after a pause, "has been the unhappy resemblance between the fate of mother and daughter
The most ordinary faces of men and women - my own features - mock me with a resemblance.
For a friend such as you are," said Aramis - "for so devoted a servant, I have no secrets;" and he put his mouth close to Baisemeaux's ear, as he said, in a low tone of voice, "you know the resemblance between that unfortunate fellow, and - "
Indeed so very striking was the resemblance between the water and the land, that, however much the geologist might sneer at so simple a theory, it would have been difficult for a poet not to have felt, that the formation of the one had been produced by the subsiding dominion of the other.
Fraud and robbery are high-sounding words--justified, you think, by a fancied resemblance in some young imp to an idle daub of a dead man's Brother
Should I be the gainer or the loser by the resemblance which he fancied he had discovered?