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"An argument of little value, since the poles are not inhabited."
"I firmly believe that at the period when the moon was inhabited, the nights and days did not last 354 hours!"
At this period the moon becoming uninhabitable, was no longer inhabited. It was a dead world, such as we see it to-day."
To those who maintain that the planets are not inhabited one may reply: You might be perfectly in the right, if you could only show that the earth is the best possible world, in spite of what Voltaire has said.
'The only inhabited rooms on the second floor were the sitting-room and bedroom occupied by Baron Rivar, and another room at some distance from it, which had been the bedroom of the courier Ferrari.
I had an interest in seeing to it myself, when we first inhabited the palace.
As it is extremely common for species of the same genus to inhabit very hot and very cold countries, and as I believe that all the species of the same genus have descended from a single parent, if this view be correct, acclimatisation must be readily effected during long-continued descent.
As for the child, as soon as he sees the light of the sun, the deep-breasted mountain Nymphs who inhabit this great and holy mountain shall bring him up.
"I do not doubt that he hovers near the spot which I inhabit, and if he has indeed taken refuge in the Alps, he may be hunted like the chamois and destroyed as a beast of prey.
Bo Burnham directs Eighth Grade, a taut and telling story of a young girl's transition from eighth grade to high school Elsie Fisher convincingly inhabits the awkward introverted Kayla with aplomb.
Teens will be intrigued with the thoughts A has regarding the bodies that he inhabits and the dilemmas that he faces.
Each character that Jones Inhabits gives her a hook on which to hang some damning fact about contemporary sexual mores.