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" ... was encircled in an instant in his horrid folds. So quick, indeed, and so instantaneous was the act, that it was impossible for the eye to follow the rapid convolution of his elongated body. It was not a regular screw-like turn that was formed, but... "
The Literary panorama - Page 631
1818
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The Methodist Magazine: For the Year ... ; Being a Continuation ..., Volume 41

John Wesley, George Story - Christianity - 1818
...in an instant in his horrid folds. So qaick, indeed, and so instantaneoiu was the act, that it was impossible for the eye to follow the rapid convolution of his elongated body. It was not a regular screte-like turn that was formed, but resembling rather a knot, one part of the body overlaying the...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany ..., Volume 4

Asia - 1817
...folds. So quick, indeed, and so instantaneous was the act, that it was impossible for the eye to fol low the rapid convolution of his elongated body. It was...object. During this time he continued to grasp with his mouth, though it appeared an unnecessary precaution, that part of the animal which he had first...
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Narrative of a Voyage in His Majesty's Late Ship Alceste, to the Yellow Sea ...

John M'Leod - China - 1817 - 288 pages
...his horrid folds. So quick, indeed, and so instauta-r neous was the act, that it \v;is ii n possible for the eye to follow the rapid convolution of his...more effectually to crush his object. During this tune he continued to grasp with his mouth, though it appeared an unnecessary precaution, that part...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 17

English literature - 1817
...instantaneous was the act, that it was impossible for the eye to follow the rapid convolution of hi* elongated body. It was not a regular screw-like turn...object. During this time he continued to grasp with his mouth, though it appeared an unnecessary precaution, that part of the animal which he had first...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 17

English literature - 1817
...instantaneous was the act, that, it was impossible for the eye to follow the rapid convolution of bis elongated body. It was not a regular screw-like turn...object. During this time he continued to grasp with his mouth, though it appeared an unnecessary precaution, that part of the animal which he had first...
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The Edinburgh Observer: Or, Town and Country Magazine, Issues 1-11

1817
...encircled in an instant in his horrid folds. So quick, and so instantaneous was the act, that it was impossible for the eye to follow the rapid convolution...a knot, one part of the body overlaying the other, aa if to add weight to the muscular pressure, the more effectually to crush his object. During this...
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The Eclectic Review, Volume 8; Volume 26

Samuel Greatheed, Daniel Parken, Theophilus Williams, Josiah Conder, Thomas Price, Jonathan Edwards Ryland, Edwin Paxton Hood - English literature - 1817
...in an instant in his horrid folds. So quick, indeed, and so htstantaneous was the act, that it was impossible for the eye to follow the rapid convolution of his elongated body. It was not a regular screm-iitce turn that was formed, but resembling rather a knot, one part of the body overlaying the...
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Voyage of His Majesty's Ship Alceste, Along the Coast of Corea, to the ...

John M'Leod - China - 1818 - 323 pages
...in an instant in his horrid folds. So quick, indeed, and so instantaneous was the act, that it was impossible for the eye to follow the rapid convolution...object. During this time he continued to grasp with his fangs, though it appeared an unnecessary precaution, that part of the animal which he had first...
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The British Review, and London Critical Journal, Volume 11

English literature - 1818
...so instantaneous was the act, that it was impossible for the eye to follow- the rapid convolutions of his elongated body. It was not a regular screw-like...object. During this time he continued to grasp with his mouth, though it appeared an unnecessary precaution, that part of the animal which he had first...
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The Analectic Magazine ...: Comprising Original Reviews ..., Volume 11

1818
...in an instant in his horrid folds. So quick, indeed, and so instantaneous was the act, that it was impossible for the eye to follow the rapid convolution of his elongated body. It was not a regular scrtm-like turn that was formed, but resembling rather a knot, one part of the body overlaying the...
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