In the struggle for existence, as I have shown, the strong and the progeny
of the strong tend to survive, while the weak and the progeny
of the weak are crushed and tend to perish.
These molecular changes were transmitted to the cerebral cells of progeny
, became, in short, racial memories.
This unexpected addition to his worriments in finding places for the progeny
of his petroleum and their progeny
and their progeny
was too much for the equanimity of a man without a digestion.
It must be confessed that a family likeness pervaded these respectable progeny
of Drowne's skill; that the benign countenance of the king resembled those of his subjects, and that Miss Peggy Hobart, the merchant's daughter, bore a remarkable similitude to Britannia, Victory, and other ladies of the allegoric sisterhood; and, finally, that they all had a kind of wooden aspect which proved an intimate relationship with the unshaped blocks of timber in the carver's workshop.
I should premise that I use the term Struggle for Existence in a large and metaphorical sense, including dependence of one being on another, and including (which is more important) not only the life of the individual, but success in leaving progeny
. Two canine animals in a time of dearth, may be truly said to struggle with each other which shall get food and live.
And in this same last or shoe, that old woman of the nursery tale, with the swarming brood, might very comfortably be lodged, she and all her progeny
. But as you come nearer to this great head it begins to assume different aspects, according to your point of view.
Of her own experience she had no memory of the thing happening; but in her instinct, which was the experience of all the mothers of wolves, there lurked a memory of fathers that had eaten their new-born and helpless progeny
. It manifested itself as a fear strong within her, that made her prevent One Eye from more closely inspecting the cubs he had fathered.
Calculating upon the aversion of the people to monarchy, they have endeavored to enlist all their jealousies and apprehensions in opposition to the intended President of the United States; not merely as the embryo, but as the full-grown progeny
, of that detested parent.
As summer advances, he gives up his bachelor rambles, and bethinking himself of housekeeping duties, returns home to his mate and his new progeny
, and marshals them all for the foraging expedition in quest of winter provisions.
And all went well, and would have continued to go well, had not Lamai's mother, Lenerengo, just awakened, stepped across her black litter of progeny
and raised her voice in shrill protest against her eldest born's introducing of one more mouth and much more nuisance into the household.
They slept; the young couple governed in the forest, and had a numerous progeny
, but they were never boiled, and never came on the silver dishes; so from this they concluded that the manor-house had fallen to ruins, and that all the men in the world were extinct; and as no one contradicted them, so, of course it was so.
Among the shifting, sonorous, pulsing crowd glimpses could be had of Jerry's high hat, battered by the winds and rains of many years; of his nose like a carrot, battered by the frolicsome, athletic progeny
of millionaires and by contumacious fares; of his brass-buttoned green coat, admired in the vicinity of McGary's.