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  • Mr. Charles Darwin!†   (source)
  • DRUMMOND (Scowling) In other words, the court rules out any expert testimony on Charles Darwin's Origin of Species or Descent of Man?†   (source)
  • How can you be so cocksure that the holy of scientific knowledge systematized in the writings of Charles Darwin is, in any way, irreconcilable with the spirit of the Book of Genesis?†   (source)
  • DRUMMOND (To the JUDGE) I an trying to establish, Your Honor, that Howard—or Colonel Brady—or Charles Darwin—or anyone in this courtroom—or you, sir—has the right to think!†   (source)
  • Charles Darwin was a naturalist who wrote the Organ of the Species.†   (source)
  • She could not resist recalling what Charles Darwin had said about her little book on the orchids of Burma.†   (source)
  • This, at least, is the theory of Mr. Charles Darwin, who thus explains the formation of atolls—a theory superior, in my view, to the one that says these madreporic edifices sit on the summits of mountains or volcanoes submerged a few feet below sea level.†   (source)
  • To Daniel Magrane and Francis Wade in 1882 during a juvenile friendship (terminated by the premature emigration of the former) he had advocated during nocturnal perambulations the political theory of colonial (e.g. Canadian) expansion and the evolutionary theories of Charles Darwin, expounded in The Descent of Man and The Origin of Species.†   (source)
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