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There used to be plenty of his old shipmates alive to corroborate him.
On the other hand, the fact that instincts are not always absolutely perfect and are liable to mistakes;--that no instinct has been produced for the exclusive good of other animals, but that each animal takes advantage of the instincts of others;--that the canon in natural history, of 'natura non facit saltum' is applicable to instincts as well as to corporeal structure, and is plainly explicable on the foregoing views, but is otherwise inexplicable,--all tend to corroborate the theory of natural selection.
Sulivan can so fa corroborate this curious account, that he has several time found young foals dead, whereas he has never found a dea calf.
We must not prejudge anything," put in the doctor, a tall, black-bearded man, rather nervously; "but it is competent for me to corroborate what Mr.
This did not, however, at that time discover itself, but lay lurking in her mind, like a concealed enemy, who waits for a reinforcement of additional strength before he openly declares himself and proceeds upon hostile operations: and such additional strength soon arrived to corroborate her suspicion; for not long after, the husband and wife being at dinner, the master said to his maid,
The way Tobin put it,it did seem to corroborate the art of prediction, though it looked to me that these accidents could happen to any one at Coney without the implication of palmistry.
It is a large supposition; for discreet inquiry among servants and others has failed to corroborate it in any way.
The experience of Great Britain, which presents to mankind so many political lessons, both of the monitory and exemplary kind, and which has been frequently consulted in the course of these inquiries, corroborates the result of the reflections which we have just made.
They were not looking for anything new except they were looking to corroborate what had already been provided to them by cross-referencing reports with certain logs that is standard in the industry.
If close-up images corroborate this, it would provide an indication of how extensive the ancient Martian water was.
A common thread in these cases is that the police, at least in the opinion of the reviewing court, failed to take adequate steps to corroborate the reliability of an anonymous tip before acting.
Cushman & Wakefield believes the exceptional results of this sale corroborate the international investment community's strong and growing confidence regarding investment in Mexico.