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1913, Henry Gray, Anatomy, Descriptive and Applied, edition new American/18th English, Philadelphia; New York: Lea & Febiger, page 762:
- It consists chiefly of intersegmental fibres which arise from cells in the gray substance, and, after a longer or shorter course, reënter the gray substance and ramify in it.
1922, D. H. Lawrence, chapter 1, Fantasia of the Unconscious, New York: Thomas Seltzer, page 11:
- I am almost ashamed to say, that I believe the souls of the dead in some way reënter and pervade the souls of the living: so that life is always the life of living creatures, and death is always our affair.