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  • Title: Lecture: On the Nature of Butterflies
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    • Chrysalis — for that is its name. This chrysalis remains suspended
    • around, the chrysalis remains quite still, and the butterfly gaily
    • and remains in it. It has some organs, has reached the light, and now
    • Instead of these ideas just remaining as thoughts, in his case they have
    • quantity of this destroyed matter remains, and here spirit and light
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture II
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    • Sun-revolution, but stays behind and remains always a creature of the
    • The Queen lays eggs, and it is because she remains always under the
    • the Queen remains within the Sun-development. The remaining part of the
    • Sun's course is gone through by the worker-bees, but they too remain within
    • shows you how closely the Queen remains related to the Sun. When
    • working to the full, has remained, so to speak, entirely under the influence
    • because they remained within the Sun-development; this is why they
    • remained behind, but these are those born under different
    • wants always to remain within itself, to stay within the sphere of
    • that the Queen may remain in the sphere of the Sun she may not dwell in an
    • angular cell, but within a circular one. There she remains within the
    • find first developed in the human embryo, and which subsequently remain
    • the albuminous cells (which remain round) and the blood, the same
    • away rather than remain with her.
    • take the nectar from the plants Nature does not remain idle, but produces
    • wax does not however become solid, but remains fluidic till it is
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture IV
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    • or animal body, and there it remains fluid. This is sufficient for
    • remains in the milk
    • remains undoubted.
    • spring equinox is now in this Sign of the Fishes. The Sun remains in
    • will remain as it was before!”
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture V
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    • enterprise should surely make a profit. But if the bee-keeper remains
    • dots do not remain at rest, they vibrate continually. And when you
    • so, it was time that remained over. Time was saved somewhere or
    • to do this in bee-keeping. Thanks to its nature the bee remains united with
    • horribly, but the smell had remained quite shut up within the
    • to the electric light, they remained. We therefore, used these colours in
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VI
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    • most valuable social and medical methods that people remain
    • have done. If the fig had remained where it was before, it would only
    • eggs of the wasp are thrown up and tied so that they remain hanging
    • honey remains within Nature. The wasp cannot prepare the honey in the way
    • honey remains within the figs. The bees, if I may so express it,
    • bring out into the open what remains still within Nature in the
    • sweetened figs. Thus, what would otherwise have remained within the
    • case of the cultivated tree, remains in the juices of the fig. One
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VII
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    • remains entirely within the influence of the Sun. Thereby she becomes
    • become Queens or worker-bees; the remaining portion that are
    • which case not very much will remain for curing the rheumatism. In
    • sufficient will remain over to cure the rheumatism.
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VIII
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    • Well says the scientist to himself; what remains over when one
    • subtracts all the components? What then remains over? For now he
    • etheric body, he reckons them all out, and what remains?
    • remains a longing to receive an influence from without. Here we have
    • life, this has remained behind within the rose leaves and blossoms.
    • poisons for their existence, for these poisons have remained over
    • same with the caterpillars which would also die out, and none would remain
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture IX
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    • remains, the rest goes over there, the fluid formic acid dropping
  • Title: Cosmic Workings: Lecture IV
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    • man has eaten remains in the stomach. Then he has a bitter taste in
  • Title: Cosmic Workings: Lecture V
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    • evaporates and the solid remains behind: that is the wood.
    • The result is that there the tree remains fresh and living, and here
    • off the solid matter, does not make wood; it remains like a cabbage

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