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This was indicative of his cold-blooded and hard-hearted attitude towards Africans.
Most reptiles have three-chambered hearts, a design that makes them cold-blooded.
In genes of cold-blooded animals, plants, and unicellular organisms, these regularities are weaker and often not consistent.
One species of bacterium sickens cattle, for example, while another attacks frogs, fishes, and other cold-blooded animals.
Crocodiles are cold-blooded creatures, and they keep their temperature constant by basking in the sun and staying in the water at night.
For example, one might think that skeletal growth rates would be higher for an endothermic animal than for an ectothermic, or cold-blooded, one.
While most mammals and birds show signs of REM sleep, reptiles and other cold-blooded animals do not.
Butterflies are cold-blooded and bask in the sun to raise their body temperatures.
Still, bears are warm-blooded mammals and thus are more similar to humans than are cold-blooded reptiles like the alligators.
Like your butterflies, beneficial insects are cold-blooded and don't like cold, windy weather.
There is a story about a frog, which, being a cold-blooded creature, adapts its temperature to its surroundings.
Large rocks or a stone wall make great basking spots for these cold-blooded insects.
But because many species are cold-blooded, some sharks eat only about 2 percent of their body weight each day.
When an alligator is resting, it breathes intermittently, taking one breath per minute, much like other cold-blooded reptiles.
Among the animals, cold-blooded forms like dinosaurs would have been affected more than the warm-blooded mammals.
All cold-blooded animals, all warm-blooded animals and all plants have a place on this Earth.
Chances are you had no idea one of the most cold-blooded, ruthless murderers in Canadian history was committing atrocities in your own back yard.
You've made it very clear you believe a teenager could commit a cold-blooded murder.
Such a cold-blooded and barbaric punishment degrades everyone involved in the murder.
But however evil the crime and the criminal, it still does not justify cold-blooded murder by the state.
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I like him tremendously, in spite of his cold-blooded confession, and past record.
Is it the turf and its teachings to which this crafty and cold-blooded spirit is owing?
Henry Crawford, ruined by early independence and bad domestic example, indulged in the freaks of a cold-blooded vanity a little too long.
If guilt it were, was it not of a kind inexcusably cold-blooded and long-headed.
He could not be cold-blooded enough to drive even such a bagatelle from his head.
But even he who has read only thus far must know that political economy is no cold-blooded or dismal science, as people say.
He was cold-blooded and generally disliked by the men under him.
Her innocent little Vada in the arms of this cold-blooded assassin!
Nobody knows that but us three and that cold-blooded fish, Alston Choate.
My good fellow, you must have lost your senses to think it possible I could act with such cold-blooded policy.
An unexampled, cold-blooded treachery, awful, incomprehensible.
They had it all figured out, in their own parasitical, cold-blooded way.
Barrick and Showers contend that isotopic tests can tell warm-blooded from cold-blooded metabolisms.
It seems very cold-blooded, but it is easy to misjudge these people.
Chil is good friends with everybody, but he is a cold-blooded kind of creature at heart, because he knows that almost everybody in the Jungle comes to him in the long-run.
I exclaimed to myself mentally, in scorn of such cold-blooded caution.
The last of these, at Folkestone Court, in May, was remarkable for the cold-blooded pistolling of the page, who surprised the masked and solitary burglar.
A snake would be a good illustration of this, for it is cold-blooded, and therefore removed from the temptations which often weaken or restrict warm-blooded creatures.
They also examine how it digested food, how old it lived to be, how it procreated and whether it was warm-blooded like a mammal or cold-blooded like a reptile.
Brutality had followed brutality, and flaming passions and cold-blooded cruelty had driven men to seek one another's lives, and to strive to hurt, and maim, and destroy.
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