Ravenel sentence example

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  • Ravenel, with a notice by Sainte-Beuve (1846) and by Eugene Asse (1873).
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  • Ravenel, Eliza Pinckney (New York, 1896), in the "Women of Colonial and Revolutionary Times" series.
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  • Ravenel, Macfadyen and Rowland have shown that several bacilli will bear exposure for seven days to the temperature of liquid air (- 192° C. to - 183° C.) and again grow when put into normal conditions.
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  • Resistance to Cold, &c.: Ravenel, Med.
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  • Ravenel, Macfadyen and Rowland have shown that several bacilli will bear exposure for seven days to the temperature of liquid air (- 192° C. to - 183° C.) and again grow when put into normal conditions.
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  • The city is loaded with history, southern charm, and dozens of popular tourist attractions, including the Citadel, Fort Sumter, and the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge, the longest cable-stayed bridge in the Western Hemisphere.
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