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" No man would ever try to make a fantail till he saw a pigeon with a tail developed in some slight degree in an unusual manner, or a pouter... "
The American Naturalist - Page 67
1909
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On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection; Or, The Preservation ...

Charles Darwin - Evolution - 1861 - 440 pages
...by selection, excepting on variations which are first given to him in some slight degree by nature. No man would ever try to make a fantail, till he saw...the more likely it would be to catch his attention. But to use such an expression as trying to make a fantail, is, I have no doubt, in most cases, utterly...
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On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection: Or, The Preservation ...

Charles Darwin - Evolution - 1864 - 440 pages
...which are first given to him in some slight degree by nature. No man would ever try to make a fan tail, till he saw a pigeon with a tail developed in some...the more likely it would be to catch his attention. But to use such an expression as trying to make a fantail, is, I have no doubt, in most cases, utterly...
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On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection: Or The Preservation ...

Charles Darwin - Electronic books - 1866 - 593 pages
...by selection, excepting on variations which are first given to him in some slight degree by nature. No man would ever try to make a fantail, till he saw...the more likely it would be to catch his attention. But to use such an expression as trying to make a fantail, is, I have no doubt, in most cases, utterly...
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Nature, Volume 10

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1874
...selection adds them together until the required result has been obtained. " No min," says Mr. Darwin, "would ever try to make a fantail till he saw a pigeon...some slight degree in an unusual manner, or a pouter until he saw a pigeon with a crop of unusual size." Tims nature gives the hint, man acts upon it, and...
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Address Delivered Before the British Association Assembled at Belfast: With ...

John Tyndall - Crystallization - 1874 - 65 pages
...selection adds them together until the required result has been obtained. ' No man,' says Mr. Darwin, ' would ever try to make a fantail till he saw a pigeon...some slight degree in an unusual manner, or a pouter until he saw a pigeon with a crop of unusual size.' Thus nature gives the hint, man acts upon it, and...
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The Monthly Microscopical Journal: Transactions of the Royal Microscopical ...

Microscopy - 1874
...selection adds them together until the required result has been obtained. " No man,'' says Mr. Darwin, " would ever try to make a fantail till he saw a pigeon...some slight degree in an unusual manner, or a pouter until he saw a pigeon with a crop of unusual size." Thus nature gives the hint, man acts upon it, and...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 5

Science - 1874
...selection, adds them together until the required result has been obtained. " No man," says Mr. Darwin, " would ever try to make a fantail till he saw a pigeon...some slight degree in an unusual manner, or a pouter until he saw a pigeon with a crop of unusual size." Thus Nature gives the hint, man acts upon it, and,...
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The Beginnings of Things, Or, Science Versus Theology: An Address by Prof ...

John Tyndall - Religion and science - 1874 - 72 pages
...selection adds them together until the required result has been obtained. " No man," says Mr. Darwin, " would ever try to make a fantail till he saw a pigeon...some slight degree in an unusual manner, or a pouter until he saw a pigeon with a crop of unusual size." Thus Nature gives the hint, man acts upon it, and...
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Address Delivered Before the British Association Assembled at Belfast: With ...

John Tyndall - Crystallization - 1874 - 65 pages
...selection adds them together until the required result has been obtained. ' No man,' says Mr. Darwin, ' would ever try to make a fantail till he saw a pigeon...some slight degree in an unusual manner, or a pouter until he saw a pigeon with a crop of unusual size.' Thus nature gives the hint, man acts upon it, and...
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Nature, Volume 10

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1874
...selection adds them together umil the required result has been obtained. " No nun," says Mr. Darwin, "would ever try to make a fantail till he saw a pigeon...some slight degree in an unusual manner, or a pouter until he saw a pigeon with a crop of unusual size." Thus nature gives the hint, man acts upon it, and...
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