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" No motion whatever of the lungs could be perceived, on the closest inspection ; though at other times this is remarkably observable ; the eyes were shut, and when touched by the finger, it gave no signs of life or motion. I carried it out to the open... "
The Natural History of Humming Birds - Pāgina 122
per William Jardine - 1845
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volum 20

1826
...A very beautiful male was brought me this season, which I put into a wire cage, and placed it in ģ retired shaded part of the room. After fluttering...time, the weather being uncommonly cool, it clung by the wires, and hung in a seemingly torpid state for a whole forenoon. No motion whatever of the...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volum 20

1826
...dies. A very beautiful male was brought me this season, which I put into a wire cage, and placed it in a retired shaded part of the room. After fluttering...time, the weather being uncommonly cool, it clung by the wires, and hung in a seemingly torpid state for a whole forenoon. No motion whatever of the...
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American Ornithology: Or The Natural History of the Birds of the ..., Volum 2

Alexander Wilson, Charles Lucian Bonaparte - 1831
...part of the room. After fluttering about for some time, the weather being uncommonly cool, it clung by the wires, and hung in a seemingly torpid state for...No motion whatever of the lungs could be perceived, ou the closest inspection ; though, at other times, this is remarkably observable; the eyes were shut;...
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The North American Miscellany, Volum 2

1851
...part of the room, the weather being unusually cold ; after fluttering about some time, it clung by the wires, and hung in a seemingly torpid state for a whole forenoon; no motion of respiration could be perceived, though at other times this is remarkably perceptible; the eyes were...
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A general history of humming-birds, or the Trochilidæ

William Charles Linnaeus Martin - 1852 - 232 pāgines
...the animating influence of the sunbeams soon droops and dies. A very beautiful male was brought to me this season — 1809, which I put into a wire cage,...seemingly torpid state for a whole forenoon. No motion of the lungs could be perceived on the closest inspection, though at other times this is remarkably...
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The Illustrated Magazine, Volums 19-20

1865
...part of the room, the weather being unusually cold ; after fluttering about for some time it clung by the wires, and hung in a seemingly torpid state for a whole forenoon ; no motion of respiration could be perceived, though at other times this is remarkably perceptible; the eyes were...
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Humming Birds: Described and Illustrated with an Introductory Sketch of ...

Henry Gardiner Adams - 1856 - 70 pāgines
...brought me this season, (1809,) which I put into a wire cage, and placed in a 'retired and sheltered part of the room. After fluttering about for some time, the weather being uncommonly cool, it clung by the wires, and hung in a seemingly torpid state for a fortnight. No motion whatever of the lungs...
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Traits and Anecdotes of Animals

William White Cooper - 1861 - 340 pāgines
...part of the room, the weather being unusually cold ; after fluttering about for some time, it clung by the wires, and hung in a seemingly torpid state for a whole forenoon ; no motion of respiration could be perceived, though at other times this is remarkably perceptible* the eyes were...
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The Illustrated Natural History: Birds

John George Wood - 1862
...retired shaded part of the room. After fluttering about for some time, the weather being uncommonly cold, it clung to the wires and hung in a seemingly torpid state for a whole forenoon. The motion of the lungs could not be perceived on the closest inspection, though at other times this...
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The Illustrated Natural History: Birds

John George Wood - 1862
...retired shaded part of the room. After fluttering about for some time, the weather being uncommonly cold, it clung to the wires and hung in a seemingly torpid state for a whole forenoon. The motion of the lungs could not be perceived on the closest inspection, though at other times this...
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