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It is only bodily phenomena that can be directly observed in animals, or even, strictly speaking, in other human beings.
If she denied this, she must defend her belief that human beings were as various as the beasts at the Zoo, which had stripes and manes, and horns and humps; and so, wrestling over the entire list of their acquaintances, and diverging into anecdote and theory and speculation, they came to know each other.
I tried to get a good look at the fellow, but the Sagoths had left me in the rear with a guard when they had advanced to battle, and the dis-tance was too great for me to recognize the features of any of the human beings.
Number Three nodded his grotesque and hideous head--he was so covered with long black hair that he more nearly resembled an ourang outang than a human being.
Neither are we human beings," retorted Number Twelve.
Even human beings were affected by it, as if both it and they were realities.
At least such would be the case in my own world, where human beings like myself rule supreme.
Then be careful that you don't repeat the impossible tale you told Sol-to-to just now--another world, indeed, where human beings rule
Not only did the bridge go down crowded with human beings, but the impetuosity of that flood of men toward the fatal bank was so furious that a mass of humanity poured itself violently into the river like an avalanche.
They have been ill at ease since they were forced to accept so many human beings into their confidence.
We had gone inland for a mile or more, and were passing through a park-like wood, when we came suddenly upon the first human beings we had seen since we sighted the English coast.
The only two human beings of whom she spoke with any feeling were the Swede, Johnson, who had given her his claim, and Lena Lingard.