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" ... shaped his course towards the nearest tree. But if I put him upon a smooth and well-trodden part of the road, he appeared to be in trouble and distress : his favourite abode was the back of a chair; and after getting all his legs in a line upon the... "
The London Magazine - 第 345 頁
1826
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Wanderings in South America, the North-west of the United States, and the ...

Charles Waterton - 1825 - 326 頁
...trouble and distress : his favourite abode was the back of a chair ; and after getting all his legs in a line upon the topmost part of it, he would hang...whole life in the trees, and never leaves them but throiigh force, or by accident. An all-ruling Providence has ordered man to tread on the surface of...
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Wanderings in South America: The North-west of the United States, and the ...

Charles Waterton - 1828 - 341 頁
...trouble and distress : his favourite abode was the back of a chair : and after getting all his legs in a line upon the topmost part of it, he would hang...him. - The sloth, in its wild state, spends its whole THIRD * JOURNEY. life in trees, and never leaves them but through force, or by accident. An all-ruling...
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The Cottager's monthly visitor, 第 10 卷

1830
...trouble and distress. His favourite abode was the back of a chair ; and, after getting all his legs in a line upon the top-most part of it, he would hang there for hours together. The sloth, in its wild state, spends . its whole life in the trees, and never leaves them but through...
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A Natural History of the Globe: Of Man, of Beasts, Birds, Fishes ..., 第 2 卷

Georges Louis Leclerc comte de Buffon - 1831
...he would hang there for hours together. c ( often, with a low and inward cry, would seem to invite* to take notice of him. " The Sloth, in its wild state, spends its whole life s the trees, and never leaves them but through force or incident. An all-ruling Providence has ordained...
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Wanderings in South America, the North-West of the United States, and the ...

Charles Waterton - 1839 - 307 頁
...trouble and distress : his favourite abode was the back of a chair; and after getting all his legs in a line upon the topmost part of it, he would hang...sloth, in its wild state, spends its whole life in trees, and never leaves them but through force, or by accident. An all-ruling Providence has ordered...
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The Works of the Rev. Sydney Smith, 第 2 卷

Sydney Smith - 1844
...in trouble and distress: his favourite abode was the back of a chair; and after getting all his legs in a line upon the topmost part of it, he would hang...inward cry, would seem to invite me to take notice of him.'—(p. 164.) The sloth, in its wild state, spends its life in tree?, and never leaves them but...
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The Works of Sydney Smith

Sydney Smith - 1844 - 333 頁
...well-trodden part of the road, he appeared to be in trouble and distress : his favourite abode was the topmost part of it, he would hang there for hours together, and often, with a low and inward cry, wouhl веет to invite me to take notice of him.' — (p. 164.) The sloth, in its wild state, spends...
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Illustrative Anecdotes of the Animal Kingdom, 第 15 卷

Samuel Griswold Goodrich - 1845 - 336 頁
...trouble and distress : his favorite abode was on the back of a chair ; and after getting all his legs in a line upon the topmost part of it, he would hang...would seem to invite me to take notice of him." The same author thus describes an adventure with a sloth : " One day, as we were crossing the Essequibo,...
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The Works of the Rev. Sydney Smith

Sydney Smith - 1846 - 333 頁
...appeared to be in trouble and distress: his favourite abode was the topmost part of it, ho would hong there for hours together, and often, with a low and...cry, would seem to invite me to take notice of him.' — (p. 164.) The sloth, in its wild state, spends its life in trees, and never leaves them but from...
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Half-hours with the best authors, selected by C. Knight, 第 2 卷

Half hours - 1847
...trouble and distress : his favourite abode was the back of a chair ; and, after getting all his legs in a line upon the topmost part of it, he would hang...Sloth, in its wild state, spends its whole life in trees, and never leaves them but through force, or by accident. An all-ruling Providence has ordered...
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