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" But a hot sunny season coming on before the brood was half fledged, the reflection of the wall became insupportable, and must inevitably have destroyed the tender young, had not affection suggested an expedient, and prompted the parent birds to hover... "
The Lady's Magazine, Or, Entertaining Companion for the Fair Sex ... - Стр. 213
1795
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The New London Magazine, Том 1

...deftroyed the tender young, had not affeftion fuggeflcd an expedient, and prompted the parent-birds to hover over the neft all the hotter hours, while....wings expanded, and mouths gaping for breath, they fcrcened off the heat for their fuffering offfPr*S A farther inftance I onco faw of notable fagacity...
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The Topographer, Том 1

Sir Egerton Brydges - 1789
...had not affection fuggefted " an expedient, and prompted the parent birds to hover over the " ncft all the hotter hours, while with wings expanded, and " mouths gaping for breath, they fcreened off the heat from " their fuffiring offspring." P. ij . " Some young men went down lately...
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The Edinburgh Magazine, Or, Literary Miscellany, Том 9

1797
...became infupportable, and muft inevitably have deltroyed the tender young, had not affeflion fuggefted an expedient, and prompted the parent birds to hover...all the hotter hours, while with wings expanded, and mouthsgaping forbreath, they fcreened off the heat from their fuffering offspring. A farther inftance...
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Edinburgh Magazine: Or Literary Miscellany, Том 9

1797
...infupportable, and mud inevitably have dellroyed the tender young, had not affi'clion fuggefted arr expedient, and prompted the parent birds to hover...all the hotter hours, while with wings expanded, and mouth*- gaping forbreath, they fcreened off the heat from their fuffering offspring. A farther inftance...
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Animal Biography, Or, Authentic Anecdotes of the Lives, Manners, and ..., Том 2

William Bingley - 1803
...young, had not affection suggested an expedient, and prompted the parent Birds to hover over the nest all the hotter hours, while, with wings expanded, and mouths gaping for breath, they screened off the heat from their suffering offspring. The female lays four or five eggs : the nest...
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The New Wonderful Museum, and Extraordinary Magazine: Being a Complete ...

William Granger - 1804
...became infupportable, and inuft inevitably have deftroyed the tender young, had not affe&ion fuggefted an expedient, and prompted the parent birds to hover...wings expanded, and mouths gaping for breath, they fcresned off the heat from their fuffering offspring. A farther inftance I once faw -of notable fagacity...
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The Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine, Том 39

1816
...young, had not affection suggested an expedient, and prompted the parent birds to hover over the nest all the hotter hours, while with wings expanded, and mouths gaping for breath, they screened off the heat from their suffering offspring. A farther instance I once saw of noble sagacity...
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The Natural History of Selborne, Том 1

Gilbert White - 1822
...young, had not affection suggested an expedient, and prompted the parent-birds to hover over the nest all the hotter hours, while with wings expanded, and mouths gaping for breath, they screened off the heat from their suffering offspring. A farther instance I once saw of notable sagacity...
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The Cottager's monthly visitor, Том 8

1828
...young, had not affection suggested an expedient, and prompted the parent birds to hover over the nest all the hotter hours, while with wings expanded and mouths gaping for breath, they screened off the heat from their suffering offspring. A further instance I once saw of notable sagacity...
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Animal biography, or, Popular zoology, Том 2

William Bingley - 1829
...had not affection suggested an expedient, and prompted the parent birds to hover over the nest during all the hotter hours; while with wings expanded, and mouths gaping for breath, they screened off the heat from their suffering offspring. • DESCRIPTION. The length of this species is...
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