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The scientific community largely views this kind of habitat shift as a good thing, Wallingford and other ecologists told Vox.
The proposal got “a lot of pushback,” says Wallingford, who doesn’t necessarily oppose the “invasion” lens.
The mails brought me two letters, posted at Wallingford soon after my departure; one from Grace Sheraton and one from my mother.The Way of a Man|Emerson Hough
“I have seen a great many women who were perfect cats,” stated Miss Martha Wallingford.
Martha Wallingford sat so still that she gave the impression of a doll made without speaking apparatus.
With that Miss Wallingford disappeared and unmistakable stamps were heard upon the stairs.
Miss Martha Wallingford had impressed her as being a young woman capable of swift and unexpected movements.