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Charles Darwin Crossword

The New York Times Crossword in Gothic: 06.08.08 -- The Darwin

The Quotation: TRUE DARWIN AWARD CANDIDATES IMAGINE THAT THEY LIVE IN A WORLD WHERE TIGERS DON’T BITE SHARKS ARE AS CUDDLY AS STUFFED ANIMALS AND PEOPLE CAN FLY IN THEIR MINDS STEERING A MOTORCYCLE WITH THEIR FEET JUST MAKES SENSE

The author’s name and the title of the work: WENDYNORTHCUTTDARWINAWARDS

The defined words: WHITNEY (A. Highest mount in the continental U.S.); EDIFICE (B. Large, imposing structure); NESSIE (C. Nickname for a fabled monster); DAWDLE (D. Practice work avoidance); YESMAN (E. Smithers on “The Simpsons, ” e.g. [2 wds.]); NEBRASKA (F. State-named Springsteen album); ORDEAL (G. Crossing a bridge, to a gephyrophobe); RASPUTIN (H. Faith-healer title role for Alan Rickman); TASSEL (I. Pollen-bearing part of a cornstalk); HORNET (J. N.B.A. player in the Big Easy); CONDOR (K. Four-under-par hole in golf); UNREADY (L. Epithet for King Ethelred); TWOTIMING (M. Duplicitous in love [hyph.]); THICKSET (N. Stocky, stout, compact); DANIEL (O. Old Testament interpreter of writing on a wall); AGHAST (P. Q. Like “Lolita” or “The Good Earth, ” by Alfred Knopf; WISTFUL (R. Dreamily melancholy); IDEALISM (S. Noble-minded motivation); NIFTY (T. Swell, keen, smart); AFTERSHAVE (U. Chrome, Allure or Hai Karate, e.g.); WITHER (V. Be cut down to size, as by a glare); ANGST (W. Generalized dread); RUMPLED (X. Suffering from iron deficiency?); DRACHMA (Y. Six obols, in ancient times); SATIRE (Z. Many a Jonathan Swift work)

Previously unfamiliar with The Darwin Awards, I now think I know a few candidates!

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Part I: Contributions to the Theory of Natural Selection / Part II: On the Tendency of Species to Form Varieties; The Evolution Debate, 1813-1870 (Volume IX)
Book (Routledge)

Charles Darwin - Beliver???

by DenverKing

Comments on the human eye -
To suppose that the eye, with all its inimitable contrivances for adjusting the focus to different distances, for admitting different amounts of light, and for the correction of spherical and chromatic aberration, could have been formed by natural selection seems, I freely confess, absurd in the highest possible degree.
(Darwin 1872)
This is the one question that stumped Darwin until his death. I have heard claims that he converted to Christianity on his death bed. Has anybody else heard these claims? Any sources of truth for the conversion.??

Carroll & Graf Charles Darwin: The Naturalist Who Started a Scientific Revolution
Book (Carroll & Graf)

FAQ

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Who's the author of "On the Origin of Species?"?

Biology crossword homework.

In the crossword DARWIN fits


its on the third box going this way --->
its in the middle of the crossword

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Questions about charles darwin.?

Who was the scientist whose ideas about evoulution and adaption influenced darwin?

who was the economist whose ideas about human population influenced darwin?

who was the geologist who influenced darwin?


these are questions on a crossword puzzle and these are the only questions i have left, please help me find the answers!!!!
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Lamarck was a renown scientist read by Darwin and others. Here is a list of the people that had some effect upon Darwin.


Agassiz, Jean Louis
Babbage, Charles
Beaufort, Capt. Francis
Bradlaugh, Charles
Broderip, William John
Brown, Robert
Busk, George
Carlile, Richard
Chambers, Robert
Chapman, John
Covington, Syms
Duke of Argyll
Edmonstone, John
Falconer, Hugh
FitzRoy, Capt. Robert
Forbes, Edward
Fox, William Darwin
Gould, John
Grant,…

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