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Furthermore the unborn whale possesses a complete coat of hair, which is afterwards replaced by blubber; but hair is a thatchlike coat to shed rain, as the way the hairs lie on a terrestrial mammal indicates.
The Doctrine of Evolution Its Basis and Its Scope Henry Edward Crampton
What a sensation his thatchlike hat and handsome orange - tawny face would make at Esher!
Letters from the Cape Lucie Duff Gordon 1845
Khiyaram Bishnoi pointed to a thatchlike material on the roofs of their houses.
NYT > Home Page By AKASH KAPUR 2010
There the artist twins Mike and Doug Starn - best known for large, taped-together photo-objects - extended their piecemeal assembly technique to engineer an enormous, thatchlike bamboo scaffolding that seemed to erupt from the museum's decorous roof garden.
NYT > Home Page By ROBERTA SMITH 2010
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