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Correct spelling for PIGMATATION
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Possible correct spellings for pigmatation
With respect to the question before the house, for striking out the clause, it is immaterial whether it be struck out, or so amended as to rest on the avowed principle of a commutation for the drawback; but as a clause has been drawn up by my colleague, in order to be substituted, i shall concur in a vote for striking out, reserving to myself a freedom to be governed in my final vote by the modification which may prevail.
To any naturalist who has observed these fishes in the living state the protective resemblance of the pigmentation of the upper side is very evident, especially because, as in many other fishes and amphibians, the intensity of the colour varies in harmony with the colour of the ground on which the fish rests.
293. house of lords: agitation against, iv.
The process of dislocation of the testis does not conform to the conception of mutation, nor agree with other cases of that phenomenon.
The verb should, for the first permutation, be transferred to the end:
This will give a truthful imitation.
But in its more immediate objects-that of establishing the two principles, that the constitution knows of no limitation to the authority of parliament, and of no distinction between the power of taxation and that of any other kind of legislation-lord mansfield's speech is now universally admitted to have been unanswerable.