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By Kenneth L. Gosner

Более a thousand иллюстраций, сгруппированных по визуальному сходству, демонстрируют виды морских растений и животных атлантического побережья Северной Америки от залива Фанди до мыса Гаттерас. Путеводитель содержит советы, как находить различные виды, используя информацию по географическому распространению, местообитанию, сезону активности и климату.
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The figural analogies, therefore, were strictly visual, requiring nothing more complex than a sensory solution. In contrast, the functional analogies required a more complex solution. Sarah had to find the relationship between sets of a variety of household items, such as padlocks, papers, tubes of glue, crayons, knives, paintbrushes, and so on. The relationship between lockjkey and canfcan opener cannot be judged simply by looking at the visual characteristics of the item; we must know something about their functions.

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