Assoc., Baltimore, 1889); cf.
Assoc., 1904), "Plautine synizesis" (ibid., 1905, continued in Amer.
Assoc. Report), when he drew attention to the considerable distance over which inductive effects occurred between parallel wires forming portions of telephonic and telegraphic circuits.
Eng., March 1883; British Assoc. Rep., 1863; Civ.
Railway Master Mechanics' Assoc., Ig06).
Assoc., 1883); B.
Assoc. Rep., 1895, p. 636.
Assoc. Report, 1890, 145).
Assoc. pp. 260-272 (Cape Town,.
Leo Weinthal), The Bawenda of the Spelonken (1908); Report on the Census of 1904 (Pretoria, 1906); Reports of the South African Assoc.; Annual Reports of the Transvaal Chamber of Mines (Johannesburg); L.
Assoc. Report., 1869), and stream line motion was studied by Professor Osborne Reynolds and by Professor H.
Assoc. Report for 1867, or Lord Kelvin's Reprint of Papers on Electrostatics and Magnetism, p. 260.
Assoc. 1885-1898; Charles P. Bowditch, Mexican and Central American Antiquities; Bull.
Assoc. Rep., Re f raction P (p?
Assoc. Report, 1884).
Assoc. Report, 1845), tho gh 781.5 was obtained by subsequent repetitions of the experiment.
Assoc., 1862, London Quarterly Rev., 1865; also Admiralty Manual, edit.
Assoc. Reports, 1845; H.
Assoc. (1894) p. 692; id.
Assoc. Report, - ??
Assoc. Reports, 1850, p. 65).
Assoc. Reports, 1897 And 1899) Adopted An Entirely Different Method Of Calorimetry, As Well As A Different Method Of Electrical Measurement.
Assoc. Report, 1899, with a slight modification Specific Heat Of Water In Terms Of Unit At 20° C. 4.180 Joules to allow for the increase in the specific heat below 20° C. This was estimated in 1899 as being equivalent to the addition of the constant quantity 0.020 to the values of the total heat h of the liquid as reckoned by the parabolic formula (5).
Assoc. Report for 1887), has the body covered by two nearly circular valves instead of a sac. Petrarca bathyactidis, G.
Assoc., 1878, and Proc. Inst.
Assoc. for the Advancement of Science, the Journ.
Assoc., 1857, part ii.
Assoc. vi., 1831, pp. 299-336 C. V.
Assoc. for Advancement of Science (Johannesburg); J.
Sir William Rowan Hamilton (British Assoc. Report, 18 33, p. 360) thus derived the aberrations of the third order; and in later times the method was pursued by Clerk Maxwell (Proc. London Math.
Assoc. Report, 1867, or Reprinted Papers on Electrostatics and Magnetization, p. 261).
Assoc. Report, 1885), in which he divides electrical theories enunciated during the 10th century into four classes, and summarizes the opinions and theories of A.
Assoc. Report, 1876, p. 36), and although at its original enunciation its meaning was not at first fully apprehended, it soon took its place as the expression of the fundamental law of electrokinetics.