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  • My attempts to improve the breed of horned cattle, though infinitely more confined, have been proportionally much more successful. Cited from Essays, by Benjamin Rumford
  • Many stars have companions proportionally much fainter than that. Cited from Other Worlds, by Garrett P. Serviss
  • In the latter, the infra-median process (b) is also proportionally much thicker and longer. Cited from Animals and Plants under Domestication V 1, Darwin
  • We are apt to think of these wee ones as feeble creatures, and we forget that their physical strength is proportionally much greater than that of grown-up people. Cited from Jersey Street and Jersey Lane, by H. C. Bunner
  • The snout is proportionally much longer, and the eye sockets are placed farther apart than they are in Lydekkerina.
  • The siphucle in Lambeoceras is proportionally much smaller and is removed about one diameter from the ventral wall.
  • The forelimbs of Tianyuraptor are proportionally much shorter than those of larger dromaeosaurids.
  • The dentition is singularly like that of the dog, save that the flesh tooth is proportionally much stouter. Cited from Natural History of the Mammalia of India and Ceylon, Robert A. Sterndale
  • All work of this kind has much of the character of teamwork; so that the efforts of isolated individuals count for little, and a few working in more or less of concert and understanding will count for proportionally much less than many working in concert. Cited from Nature Of Peace And The Terms Of Its Perpetuation, by Thorstein Veblen
  • The most profitable strategy is to only choose cards from the small reward/penalty decks because although the reward is smaller, the penalty is proportionally much smaller than in the higher reward/penalty deck.
  • This distinguishes political Islam from other religions such as Christianity, which she also detests, but in modern times manifests proportionally much less violent extremism, for example against women.
  • Casualties in the battle were very heavy on both sides, and historians such as William James have noted that the losses among the British ships were proportionally much higher than when British fleets met French or Spanish opposition.
  • The carpometacarpus is proportionally much longer with a process on the alular metacarpal that is not curved proximally.
  • It is vegetatively close to A. epidendroides, with large elliptic and highly flat pseudobulbs, it shows the same colors of the later, but has narrower flowers with the labellum proportionally much smaller.
  • Consequently the measured discharge of the Mississippi is proportionally much less than that of the Po, and we are authorized to conclude that the difference is partly due to the escape of water from the bed, or at least the basin of the Mississippi, by subterranean channels. Cited from The Earth as Modified by Human Action,by G.P.Marsh
  • Gas giant cores are proportionally much smaller than those of terrestrial planets, though their cores can be considerably larger than the Earth nevertheless; Jupiter has a core 10-30 times heavier than Earth, and exoplanet HD149026 b has a core 67 times the mass of the Earth.
  • However, in 1925 Swedish researcher Carl Wiman, studying specimen UUPM R157, concluded that a fundamental morphological difference could distinguish the two species: C. zitteli has a proportionally much longer wing.