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It may be, nevertheless, that St. Cuthbert's special affection for the eider may have been called out by another strange and well-known fact about them of which Reginald oddly enough takes no note- namely, that they line their nests with down plucked from their own bosom; thus realizing the fable which has made the pelican for so many centuries the type of the Church.
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That last note-" "He's here," Channeljumper announced.
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The autobiography bears the heading, 'Recollections of the Development of my Mind and Character,' and end with the following note:- "Aug.3, 1876.
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To this, on the proof-sheet, the late Mr. Murray appended the following note:- "I never saw or even had the MS.
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But just one little note-" Longtree said.
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In a few minutes she had penned the following note:- October 13, 183-.
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Under the head of 'Pliable' in my Bunyan note- book I find a crowd of references to Brodie; and if only to illustrate our author's marginal note, I shall transcribe one or two of them.
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Another time, some years afterward, we sat down together in places near the end of a car, and a brakeman came in looking for his official note- book.
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To this personage Glossin was now to write in such a conciliatory style as might be most acceptable to his vanity and family pride, and the following was the form of his note:- 'Mr. Gilbert Glossin' (he longed to add of Ellangowan, but prudence prevailed, and he suppressed that territorial designation)-'Mr.
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Among his original contributions we note,- 1st.
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When it was morning she looked across at the tower, and sitting down, impulsively wrote the following note:- 'DEAR MR.
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My heart sickened, and did NOT regain its strength during the perusal of the following note:- "Miss Mayton herewith returns to Mr. Burton the package which just arrived, with his card.
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His other contributions to the subject are some essays, written for the Examiner in 1879, "God the Known and God the Unknown," which were re-published by Mr. Fifield in 1909, and the articles "The Deadlock in Darwinism" which appeared in the Universal Review in 1890 and are contained in this volume; some further notes on evolution will be found in The Note- Books of Samuel Butler (1912).
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Over this platform was printed a legend: "As a bird is known by its note-"; and over the legend was a full-rigged ship in a glass case, and a pair of antlers.
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The mathematician has, above all things, an eye for symmetry; and Professor Sylvester has not only recognized the symmetry formed by the combination of his own subject with those of the former Presidents, but has pointed out the duties of his successor in the following characteristic note:- "Mr Spottiswoode favoured the Section, in his opening Address, with a combined history of the progress of Mathematics and Physics; Dr. Tyndall's address was virtually on the limits of Physical Philosophy; the one here in print," says Prof. Sylvester, "is an attempted faint adumbration of the nature of Mathematical Science in the abstract.
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Examples of Note

Example #1
It is a question, indeed, whether the pelican, which is always represented in mediaeval paintings and sculptures with a short bill, instead of the enormous bill and pouch which is the especial mark of the "Onocrotalus" of the ancients, now miscalled pelican, be not actually the eider-duck itself, confounded with the true pelecanus, which was the mediaeval, and is still the scientific, name of the cormorant.
Example #2
Insufficient induction (the cause of endless mistakes, and therefore of endless follies and crimes) kept Reginald unaware of the now notorious fact that the female eider, during the breeding season, is just as tame, allowing for a little exaggeration, as St. Cuthbert's own ducks are, while the male eider is just as wild and wary as any other sea-bird: a mistake altogether excusable in one who had probably never seen or heard of eider-ducks in any other spot.
Example #3
I've got to get on with my symphony.
Example #4
When he had controlled himself, he said, "Well, it doesn't matter.
Example #5
What, then, are the causes which led instructed and fair-judging men of that day to arrive at a judgment so different from that which seems just and fair to those who follow them?
Example #6
It would indicate a lack of sense, as well as of modesty, to ascribe to the men of that generation less capacity or less honesty than their successors possess.