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The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette - Page 374
1837
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Volume 27

Perry Fairfax Nursey - Industrial arts - 1837
...former period" ; it should have been, the same length of time before and after — eighteen year». While on this part of the subject, it may be* well...no less than that of the Secretary of State for the Ноше Depart* ***• 'V ment, re.ialriag л rctu:-à of tb¿ number of persons d strove- 1 by expíoáions...
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Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 29

Freeman Hunt, William B. Dana - Commerce - 1853
...when carried a long distance, do not make steam to propel large ships at the rate of fifteen knots ; while on this part of the subject, it may be well to notice that the report allows only thirteen knots between I'uget's Sound and Teh nan tepee, while it...
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Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, Volume 28

Royal Meteorological Society (Great Britain) - Meteorology - 1902
...this to half a degree, 50 years to one third, and 100 years to one quarter of a degree. Before leaving this part of the subject, it may be well to point out that, while no period is too long for obtaining a good average, yet a secular change may be occurring,...
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A Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Medicine

John Syer Bristowe - Medicine - 1876 - 1089 pages
...circumscribed collections of pus here as elsewhere sometimes dry up into caseous masses. Before concluding this part of the subject it may be well to point out that inflammation may attack a pleura already partially or wholly obliterated by adhesions. In the...
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The Fortnightly Review, Volume 27

Great Britain - 1877
...the free system, has been the direct cause of much of the prevailing intemperance. In connection with this part of the subject, it may be well to point out that though the unlimited creation of beer licenses has led to a large increase of consumption, Mr....
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Letter of the high court of Bengal on the Indian criminal ..., Volume 2

Cecil Ansdell Wilkins - 1883
...arouses apprehensions and animosities whicfi are on every ground matter of regret. 25. In connection with this part of the subject, it may be well to point out that the rapid development of railway and telegraphic communication, which has been urged by some of...
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Asbestos, Its Properties, Occurrence & Uses: With Some Account of the Mines ...

Robert H. Jones - Asbestos - 1890 - 236 pages
...palatable and comforting, but will carry a man twice as far as any concoction of alcohol. In concluding this part of the subject, it may be well to point out that prior to the purchase of an unexplored asbestos property, it would be well to learn something...
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Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, Volume 28

Royal Meteorological Society (Great Britain) - Meteorology - 1902
...this to half a degree, 50 years to one third, and 100 years to one quarter of a degree. Before leaving this part of the subject, it may be well to point out that, while no period is too long for obtaining a good average, yet a secular change may be occurring,...
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The Westminster Review, Volume 158

1902
...William Shakspere was born in these squalid surroundings, of •• absolutely illiterate " parents ; and while on this part of the subject it may be well to mention that he allowed his own daughter Judith to grow up in similar ignorance. He, the great poet...
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The Ophthalmoscope, Volume 1

Ophthalmology - 1903
...able to go about without glasses, and prefer to do so under ordinary circumstances. Before leaving this part of the subject it may be well to point out that accurate measurement of a high degree of myopia is by no means easy. Most surgeons overestimate...
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