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When Newton enunciated the law of gravity he did not say that the sun or the earth had a property of attraction; he said that all bodies from the largest to the smallest have the property of attracting one another, that is, leaving aside the question of the cause of the movement of the bodies, he expressed the property common to all bodies from the infinitely large to the infinitely small.
No, it was the thought of those headless bodies and that she might see them and that they might even touch her--lay hands upon her--seize her.
The heads were peculiarly repulsive--so much so that it seemed unbelievable to the girl that they formed an integral part of the beautiful bodies below them.
At the wall enclosing the tower they paused while one opened the gate and then they passed within the enclosure, which, to the girl's horror, she found filled with headless bodies. The creature who carried the bodiless head now set its burden upon the ground and the latter immediately crawled toward one of the bodies that was lying near by.
The fact that she had slain two of the bodies with her dagger had apparently aroused no animosity or desire for revenge in the minds of the strange heads that surmounted the bodies--even those whose bodies had been killed.
The heads and bodies, however, were similar, even identical, she thought.
What delight could there be for Joe in that brutal surging and straining of bodies, those fierce clutches, fiercer blows, and terrible hurts?
Strange as it may seem to a human being, all the complex apparatus of digestion, which makes up the bulk of our bodies, did not exist in the Martians.
Our bodies are half made up of glands and tubes and organs, occupied in turning heterogeneous food into blood.
It was just as well for them, for the mere attempt to stand upright upon our planet would have broken every bone in their bodies.
They have become practically mere brains, wearing different bodies according to their needs just as men wear suits of clothes and take a bicycle in a hurry or an umbrella in the wet.
The Mbagathi Hospital has 97 unidentified and unclaimed bodies in its morgue.
Alistair Cooke's remains were only the most famous of more than a thousand bodies plundered by Michael Mastromarino, owner of Biomedical Tissue Services (BTS).
The event included races, an off-road competition, and a trials event, in which competitors had to navigate obstacles, How do unicyclists use their bodies to maneuver their vehicles during races?
Then he responds to al-Biruni's objections to the fourth question, which deals with divisibility of bodies; the seventh question, which deals with the different locations of sunrise and sunset; the eighth question, about the nature of fire; the ninth question, on the reflection of light; and the tenth question, about the transformation of elements.