The New Encyclopaedia Britannica
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1974 - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 934 pages
 Propaedia: outline of knowledge and guide to the Britannica.--- Micropaedia: ready reference and index.--- Macropaedia: knowledge in depth.
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There is growing evidence that one's attitudes are affected by nonverbal
communication; for example, it has been shown that parents (sometimes
unconsciously) can communicate their fears, likes, and dislikes to children
through bodily ...
All vertebrates, for example, share certain anatomical features that distinguish
them as vertebrates; and smaller groupings such as fish, amphibians, reptiles,
birds, and mammals may be distinguished from one another on the same basis.
For example, if a prey, through natural selection, becomes swifter or more agile in
escape, a predator may develop, also through natural selection, capabilities for
better pursuit. Plants, under the selective pressure of herbivory, often evolve a ...
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