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Goodall, though, is still, arms crossed and eyebrows raised.
Goodall has said that helping us to ditch this idea — to blur the line between humans and the rest of the animal kingdom — has been her greatest achievement in life.Jane Goodall reveals what studying chimpanzees teaches us about human nature|Sigal Samuel|July 23, 2021|Vox
In a statement, Goodall said that the copying was “unintentional,” despite the large amount of “borrowing” she engaged in.
Goodall was apparently so moved by the book that she failed to notice that it was, in fact, famously written by Thomas de Quincey.
Daws told the Post that he has no recollection of ever having spoken to Goodall—a conversation one imagines he would remember.
An added sentence—possibly from an actual interview Goodall conducted with Aplin—followed by a pilfered (and truncated) one.
No one wants to criticize Jane Goodall—Dame Goodall—the soft-spoken, white-haired doyenne of primatology.
Johnny Goodall, who was some practical joker at that time, went into the bar and saw Finnegan lying on the floor.Roosevelt in the Bad Lands|H. Hagedorn.
For its discovery, we are indebted to the industry and research of Goodall.Life of Mary Queen of Scots, Volume I (of 2)|Henry Glassford Bell
Building ground near the town was rising in value; and she had been advised by Mr. Goodall to part with her little estate.
He has paid ready money for this bit of land to begin with, or Goodall would never have let him have it.
Jackson and Goodall were both poor swimmers and would have fared very badly alone.By Sheer Pluck|G. A. Henty