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" This is the ultimate end they aspire at, in all their device and labor from their childhood up. It is the only art (and in truth a difficult and dangerous one it is) to which they are trained from their infancy; by which they maintain themselves, make... "
The History of Greenland:: Containing a Description of the Country, and Its ... - Side 131
af David Cranz - 1767
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1793
...their tents with them, without which they could not fubfift in fummer. Therefore no man can pafs for я right Greenlander, who cannot catch feals. This is...difficult and dangerous one it is) to which they are train, ed from their infaecy, by which they maintain thrmfelves, make themfelves agreeable to others,...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Bind 9

Edmund Burke - 1793
...Cireenlander, who cannot catch feals. This is the ultimate end they afpire at, in all their d«» vice and labour from their childhood up. It is the only...trained from their infancy, by which •they maintain thrmfelves, make themfelves agreeable to others, and become beneficial members of the community. The...
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Annual Register, Bind 9

1803
...a right Greenlander, who cannot catch feals. This is the ultimate end they afpire at, in all tlicir device and labour from their childhood up. It is the...trained from their infancy, by which they maintain thenilelves, make therofelxes agreeable lo others, and become beneficial members of the community....
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The Naturalist's Library: Mammalia

Sir William Jardine - 1839
...no man can pass for a right Greenlander who cannot catch Seals. This is the ultimate end they aspire at in all their device and labour from their childhood up. It is the only art, and in truth it is a difficult and dangerous one, to which they are trained from their infancy, by which they maintain...
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The Natural History of the Amphibious Carnivora: Including the ..., Bind 9,Del 1

Robert Hamilton (M.D., F.R.S.E.) - 1839 - 319 sider
...no man can pass for a right Greenlander who cannot catch Seals. This is the ultimate end they aspire at in all their device and labour from their childhood up. It is the only art, and in truth it is a difficult and dangerous one, to which they are trained from their infancy, by which they maintain...
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The Natural History of the Amphibious Carnivora: Also of the Herbivorous ...

Robert Hamilton (M.D., F.R.S.E.) - 1860
...no man can pass for a right Greenlander who cannot catch Seals. This is the ultimate end they aspire at in all their device and labour from their childhood up. It is the only art, and in truth it is a difficult and dangerous one, to which they are trained from their infancy, by which they maintain...
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