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These lyric poems represent the first person of the collection, the American in her own comfortable fluency, the artist playing melodies with her well-worn instrument.
Elgin never makes the mistake of easy utopiansim or over-optimism.
Cassie gave Rachael ten comic books from the big box at the end of the bunk be. And don’t go out on the deck. There’s always somebody awake all night on the bridge, making sure there aren’t any emergencies, and they’ll see you for sure.
Cassie gave Rachael ten comic books from the big box at the end of the bunk bed. About half the comics were superhero comics, and the other half were about romance and friends and stuff. Rachael lay on top of the covers with the stack of comic books beside her. Cassie stood on the bottom bunk, her head and shoulders sticking over the side. Rachael, already reading the first comic book, said, Don’t worry. She went back to reading, and Cassie’s head disappeared.
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This remarkably long tongue can be twice the chameleon’s own body length and extends out faster than the human eye .
This remarkably long tongue can be twice the chameleon’s own body length and extends out faster than the human eye can follow, hitting prey in about 30 thousandths of a second. The tip of the tongue is muscular and cup shaped. Once the tip sticks to a prey insect, the tongue is quickly drawn back into the mouth. After breaking into insect colonies and tree trunks using their long sharp claws, anteaters employ their tongues to collect eggs and adult insects, a few thousand of which they can eat in just minutes.