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Clearly, the elaboration of the contrastive set will produce words more and more
similar in meaning to the word in question, the limiting case being synonyms that
can occur wherever the word in question can occur. This theory is in need of ...
A sea anemone provides an example of the way in which a hydrostatic skeleton
can act as the means by which simple sheets of longitudinal and circular muscle
fibres can antagonize each other to produce contrasting movements.
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