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" Insects, which in their several changes belong to several of the before-mentioned divisions, may be considered together as one great tribe of animals. They are called insects, from a separation in the middle of their bodies, whereby they are, as it were,... "
Sketches from Nature: Intended for the Use of Young Persons - Page 7
1801 - 130 pages
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THE WORKS OF JOHN LOCKE

J. JOHNSON - 1801
...before-mentioned divisions, may be considered together as one great tribe of animals. They are called insects, from a separation in the middle of their bodies, whereby they are, as it were, cu1 into two parts, which are joined together by a smalt ligature; as we see in \vasps,...
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Philosophical beauties selected from the works of John Locke

John Locke - 1802
...before-mentioned divisions, maybe considered together as one great tribe of animals. They are called insects, from a separation in the middle of their bodies, whereby they are, as it were, cut into lwo parts, which are joined together bv a small ligature ; as we see in wasps,...
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An Essay Concerning Human Understanding, Volume 1

John Locke - Knowledge, Theory of - 1805
...mentioned divisions, may be considered together as one great tribe of animals. They are called insects, from a separation in the middle of their bodies, whereby they are, as it were, cut into two parts, which are joined together by a small ligature; as we see in wasps,...
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A Critical Pronouncing Dictionary, and Expositor of the English Language ...

John Walker - English language - 1807 - 962 pages
...thing engraved, fo INSEAM, la-seme', v. a To i mpx->.or mark by a seam or cicatrix. NSKCT, in sekt, s. Insects are so called from a separation in the middle of their bodies, whereby they are cut imto two parts, whicli are joined together by small ligature, as we see in wasps and common flies...
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The works of John Locke, Volume 3

John Locke - Philosophy - 1823
...before-mentioned divisions, may be considered together as one great tribe of animals. They are called insects, from a separation in the middle of their bodies, whereby .they are, as it were, cut into two parts, which are joined together by a small ligature ; as we see in wasps,...
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A Dictionary of the English Language: In which the Words are Deduced from ...

Samuel Johnson - English language - 1824 - 832 pages
...INSE'ARCII. r. K. To make in<|iiiry. Sir T. Kl-iat. I'NSECT. ns \itifecta. I-at,] A tribe of animals, so called from a separation in the middle of their bodies, whereby they ure cut into two parts, which are joined together by a small ligature, as in wasps and common Hies....
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An essay concerning human understanding. To which are now added, i. analysis ...

John Locke - 1824
...before-mentioned divisions, may be considered together as one great tribe of animals. They are called insects, from a separation in the middle of their bodies, whereby they are, as it were, cut into two parts, which are joined together by a small ligature ; as we see in wasps,...
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A critical pronouncing dictionary

John Walker - 1824
...engraved. To INSEAM,n-erne/, ra To imprest* or mark by a seam or cicntrix. INSECT, fo'skt, . Insects are so called from a separation in the middle of their bodtes, whereby they are cut into two parts, which are joined together by a small ligature, aa we see...
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A Critical Pronouncing Dictionary, and Expositor of the English Language ...

John Walker - English language - 1825 - 103 pages
...To INSEAM, in-eme'. va To impress or mark bv a seam orciratrii. INSECT* hi'sJkt. . Insects arc so called from a separation in .the middle of their bodies, whereby they are cut into two parts, which are joined together by a small ligature, as we see in wasps and common flies...
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A Hand-book: Or, Concise Dictionary of Terms Used in the Arts and Sciences

Walter Hamilton - Industries - 1825 - 451 pages
...then is the law thus, and so we judge. INSECT (from in, and seco, to cut.) Insects are thus named, from a separation in the middle of their bodies, whereby they are cut into two parts, which are joined together by a small ligature, as we see in wasps and common flies....
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