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" ... largely uncovered : or why, with hesitating and bewildered steps, his eyes are rapidly and wildly in search of something. In this we only perceive the intent application of his mind to the objects of his apprehensions, and its direct influence on... "
Elements of physiology - Page 287
by Thomas Johnstone Aitkin - 1838 - 514 pages
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The Quarterly Journal, Volume 14

1823
...us the symptoms of disease with more precision. In terror, we readily conceive why a man stands with eyes intently fixed on the object of his fears, the...rapidly and wildly in search of something. In this we only perceive the intent application of his mind to the objects of his apprehensions, and its direct...
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The Leeds Correspondent: A Literary, Mathematical, and ..., Volume 5

Mathematics - 1823 - 4 pages
...us the symptoms of disease with more precision. In terror, we readily conceive why a man stands with eyes intently fixed on the object of his fears, the...rapidly and wildly in search of something. In this we only perceive the intent application of his mind to the objects of his apprehensions, and its direct...
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An Exposition of the Natural System of the Nerves of the Human Body: With a ...

Sir Charles Bell - Electronic books - 1824 - 392 pages
...symptoms of disease with more precision. In terror, we can readily conceive, why a man stands with eyes intently fixed on the object of his fears: the...or why, with hesitating and bewildered steps, his T 4 eyes are rapidly and wildly in search of something. In this we only perceive the intent application...
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Essays on the Anatomy and Philosophy of Expression

Sir Charles Bell - Anatomy, Artistic - 1824 - 218 pages
...operation. Let us contemplate the expression of terror. We can readily conceive why a man stands with eyes intently fixed on the object of his fears, the eyebrows elevated to the utmost, and the eye largely uncovered ; or why, with hesitating and bewildered steps, his eyes...
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The Anatomy and Physiology of the Human Body, Volume 2

John Bell, Sir Charles Bell - Human anatomy - 1829
...the symptoms of disease with more precision. In terror, we can readily conceive why a man stands with eyes intently fixed on the object of his fears ; the...rapidly and wildly in search of something. In this we only perceive the intent application of his mind to the objects of his apprehensions, and its direct...
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British and Foreign Medical Review: Or Quarterly Journal of ..., Volume 18

Medicine - 1844
...with eyes intently fixed on the object of his fears, the eyebrows elevated to the utmost, and the eye largely uncovered ; or why, with hesitating and bewildered...rapidly and wildly in search of something. In this we only perceive the "intense application of his mind to the object of his apprehensions — its direct...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 2

1844
...operation. Let us contemplate the appearance of terror. We can readily conceive why a man stands with eyes intently fixed on the object of his fears, the eyebrows elevated to the utmost, and the eye largely uncovered; or why, with hesitating unn bewildered steps, his eyes...
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The Medico-chirurgical Review and Journal of Practical Medicine, Volume 46

1845
...it will serve to render the portrait more complete. " We can readily conceive why a man stands with eyes intently fixed on the object of his fears, the eyebrows elevated to the utmost, and the eye largely uncovered ; or why, with hesitating and bewildered steps, his eyes...
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The Medico-chirurgical Review, Volume 1; Volume 46

Medicine - 1845
...it will serve to render the portrait more complete. " We can readily conceive why a man stands with eyes intently fixed on the object of his fears, the eyebrows elevated to the utmost, and the eye largely uncovered ; or why, with hesitating and bewildered steps, his eyes...
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The New Pictorial & Illustrated Family Magazine, Established for ..., Volume 3

1846
...operation. Let us contemplate the appearance of terror. We can readily conceive why a man stands with eyes intently fixed on the object of his fears, the eyebrows elevated to the utmost, and the eye largely uncovered ; or why, with hesitating and bewildered steps, his eyes...
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