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used in Of Human Bondage

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a group of animals or plants that are similar — typically identified as a group because they can procreate together (reproduce new members of the group)
  • Men attach importance only to self-preservation and the propagation of their species.
    41-42 — Chapters 41-42 (88% in)
  • He read The Origin of Species.
    53-54 — Chapters 53-54 (34% in)
  • The first readers of The Origin of Species accepted it with their reason; but their emotions, which are the ground of conduct, were untouched.
    53-54 — Chapters 53-54 (36% in)
  • There was an immeasurable distance between the quick and the dead: they did not seem to belong to the same species; and it was strange to think that but a little while before they had spoken and moved and eaten and laughed.
    53-54 — Chapters 53-54 (79% in)

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