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  1. At best, when they opine that it is humbling.
  2. Actual artists are like mythological creatures, she heard herself opine.
  3. And do we know what we opine? or is the subject-matter of opinion the same as the subject-matter of knowledge?
  4. I opine, that it is plainly traceable to the first arrival of the Greenland whaling ships in London, more than two centuries ago.
  5. Within this belief, these people opine that they are required to assume great designations so as to allow them the opportunity to make ‘big’ decisions.

  6. Didn’t Stendhal opine that for a woman to love a man at first sight, he should have at the same time something to respect and something to pity in his face, he continued.
  7. VIRAG: Number two on the other hand, she of the cherry rouge and coiffeuse white, whose hair owes not a little to our tribal elixir of gopherwood, is in walking costume and tightly staysed by her sit, I should opine.
  8. When, as I opine, in the course of time, the true nature of spermaceti became known, its original name was still retained by the dealers; no doubt to enhance its value by a notion so strangely significant of its scarcity.
  9. In an unconscious moment, when they have beaten the impetus to opine into submission, they have effectively stopped the world they know, and their intentions can grasp knowledge, as insights, that other Portions of them know.
  10. It has been said that the whale only breathes through his spout-hole; if it could truthfully be added that his spouts are mixed with water, then I opine we should be furnished with the reason why his sense of smell seems obliterated in him; for the only thing about him that at all answers to his nose is that identical spout-hole; and being so clogged with two elements, it could not be expected to have the power of smelling.
  11. Must we accept the view of Empedocles of Trinacria that the right ovary (the postmenstrual period, assert others) is responsible for the birth of males or are the too long neglected spermatozoa or nemasperms the differentiating factors or is it, as most embryologists incline to opine, such as Culpepper, Spallanzani, Blumenbach, Lusk, Hertwig, Leopold and Valenti, a mixture of both? This would be tantamount to a cooperation (one of nature's favourite devices) between the nisus formativus of the nemasperm on the one hand and on the other a happily chosen position, succubitus felix of the passive element.

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