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  • Johnson, Journ.
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  • See especially on this last point (against Quatremere, Journ.
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  • rend., 1906, 1 43, p. 795, and 146, p. 435), and considerable quantities occur in some natural gas (Journ.
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  • 12.6) between the Indus and the Hydaspes (Jhelum, I The best opinion now confirms Abbott's identification of Aornus with Mahaban - Deane, Journ.
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  • Ellis offered the suggestion of a much higher pitch for this Cammerton in his lecture "On the History of Musical Pitch," read before the Society of Arts, London (Journ.
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  • Titherley (Journ.
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  • Osborn, "Mesozoic Mammalia," Journ.
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  • Kennett, Journ.
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  • Seemann, Hooker's Journ.
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  • Thomas in Journ.
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  • Reports to the Postmaster-General upon proposals for transferring to the Post Of f ice the Telegraphs throughout the United Kingdom (1868); Special Reports from Select Committee on the Electric Telegraphs Bills (1868, 1869); Report by Mr Scudamore on the reorganization of the Telegraph system of the United Kingdom (1871); Journ.
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  • Statistical Society (September 1872, March 1881); Report of a Committee appointed by the Treasury to investigate the causes of the increased cost of the Telegraphic Service, &c. (1875); Reports of the Postmaster-General for 1895, &c.; Journ.
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  • A full account of the development of his system was given by him in an article published in the Fortnightly Review for June 1902; see also a paper by him in the Journ.
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  • Fleming, Journ.
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  • 7777 of 1900; also Journ.
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  • Fleming, The Principles of Electric Wave Telegraphy (London, 1906), chap. vii.; also Cantor Lectures on Hertzian wave telegraphy, Lecture iv., Journ.
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  • Duddell, " On Rapid Variations in the Current through the Direct Current Arc," Journ.
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  • Fleming, " Electric Oscillations and Electric Waves," Cantor Lectures, Journ.
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  • Marconi, " Wireless Telegraphy," Journ.
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  • Inst., 16, p. 247; id., " Syntonic Wireless Telegraphy," Journ.
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  • Hines (Journ.
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  • Bell, " Telephone Researches," in Journ.
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  • Journ., 1st August 1877, p. 178, also Adams, Journ.
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  • Preece, Journ.
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  • " The Sensory Clubs of Cordyli of Laodice," Journ.
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  • Bather (Journ.
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  • Healing of Wounds, &c.Shattock, On the Reparatory Pro-i cesses which occur in Vegetable Tissues, Journ.
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  • Church, A Chemical Study of Vegetable Albinism, Journ.
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  • Soc. Journ.
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  • Bentham remark, (Journ.
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  • Way, showed the presence of phosphates equivalent to 55'96 of bone-earth (Journ.
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  • Slonaker, " Comp. Study of the Area of Acute Vision in Vertebrates," Journ.
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  • P. Smith, Journ.
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  • Ramsay (Journ.
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  • Thionyl chloride, SOC1 21 may be obtained by the action of phosphorus pentachloride on sodium sulphite; by the action of sulphur trioxide on sulphur dichloride at 75 -80° C. (Journ.
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  • Price, Journ.
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  • Marshall (Journ.
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  • C. Carpenter (Journ.
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  • Wackenroder's solution (Debus, Journ.
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  • News (1902), 8 5, p. 193; Lowry and West, Journ.
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  • Price, Ber., 1902, 35, p. 291; Journ.
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  • Ure, Journ.
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  • Myres, Journ.
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  • Paton at Assarlik (Journ.
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  • Sidney Colvin (Journ.
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  • Haydn, Journ.
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  • Day, Journ.
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  • Burney, Journ.
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  • Alte Test., 295, and Kennett, Journ.
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  • sqq.; Journ.
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  • Mackenzie, Journ.
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  • 121 sqq., and Journ.
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  • xlvii., 1893, Journ.
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  • Bethe, Journ.
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  • Moore, Journ.
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  • Whitman, Journ.
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  • Macdonald, "Early Seleucid Portraits," Journ.
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  • Wace, "Hellenistic Royal Portraits," Journ.
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  • Evans, "Mycenaean Tree and Pillar Cult" in Journ.
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  • After Wheeler, Journ.
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  • Patten (Journ.
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  • Wheeler (Journ.
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  • The ruins of Palmyra greatly interested the Arabs, and are commemorated in several poems quoted by Yaqut and others; they are referred to by the early poet Nabigha as proofs of the might of Solomon and his sovereignty over their builders the Jinn (Derenbourg, Journ.
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  • James and others, Journ.
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  • Montgomery, Journ.
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  • Moore in Journ.
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  • Singer (Journ.
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  • Thorpe, Journ.
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  • This form, afterwards supported by Carl Graebe (Ber., 1902, 35, p. 526; see also Marsh's reply, Journ.
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  • Vaubel (Journ.
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  • Collie (Journ.
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  • c 6 6 4(000Na (I) (2) Baeyer (Ber., 1905, 38, p. 569) and Silberrad (Journ.
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  • Report, 1903, p. 628, and later papers in the Journ.
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  • Shields (Journ.
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  • Becke (see Journ.
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  • p. 351, ff.; (21) Journ.
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  • (1920) p. 4, ff.; (22) Allbright, Journ.
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  • Near East, p. 44 1; (33) Journ.
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  • 55 (1914) and 57 (1927); (41) Journ.
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  • Journ., June 1915; (51) Journ.
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  • p. 250, ff.; (52) Gautier Musee Egyptien, 1915; Gardiner, Journ.
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  • Museum Bulletin, 1918 (Supplements), 1920 (do.); Journ.
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  • p. 220; (56) Five Years' Excavations at Thebes, 1912 and Journ.
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  • passim; (57) Carter, Journ.
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  • du Service, 1917, p. 226, ff.; (62) Journ.
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  • The trade from India which went down the Oxus and then to the Caspian does not seem to have been considerable (Tarn, Journ.
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  • Morgan, "Memoirs on the Indirect Development of Balanoglossus," Journ.
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  • von Griechenland, ii.; Journ.
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  • Swan (Journ.
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  • Cowper-Coles (Journ.
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  • See C. Brown's Lives of Nottinghamshire Worthies (1882), pp. 352-353, and Journ.
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  • The complete systems of the quintic and sextic were first obtained by Gordan in 1868 (Journ.
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  • Purfiirst (Journ.
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  • Alexander Siemens (Journ.
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  • The third column shows the relative amount of hysteresis deduced by Ewing as a general mean from actual tests of many samples (Journ.
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  • P. Thompson's permeameter (Journ.
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  • A testing apparatus of a similar type devised by Gisbert Kapp (Journ.
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  • In Ewing's magnetic balance (Journ.
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  • Mag., 1898, 46, 261; 1900, 49, 329; Journ.
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  • Honda, Journ.
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  • Terada, Journ.
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  • As thus defined the critical temperatures for iron, nickel and cobalt were 1 Journ.
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  • 14; Journ.
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  • Soc., 1900, 7, 67; Journ.
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  • Hopkinson, Journ.
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  • The large Hall effect in bismuth was discovered by Righi, Journ.
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  • Leduc, Journ.
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  • The following table gives Curie's determinations (Journ.
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  • the epi-coxite (present only in Journ.
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  • (After Kishinouye, Journ.
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  • From Lankester, Journ.
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  • The appearance of tracheae in place of lung-sacs cannot be regarded as a starting-point for a new line of descent comprising all the tracheate forms; From Lankester, Journ.
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  • P. Hazen, " Development of the Coxal Glands of Limulus," Journ.
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  • Lankester, " Notes on some Habits of Scorpions," Journ.
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  • Berlese, "Acari, &c., in Italia reperta " (Padova, 1892); Canestrini, Acarofauna Italiana (Padova, 1885); Canestrini and Kramer, " Demodicidae and Sarcoptidae " in Das Thierreich (Berlin, 1899) Michael, " British Oribatidae," Ray Soc.; Idem, " Oribatidae " in Das Thierreich (Berlin, 1898); Idem, " Progress and Present State of Knowledge of Acari," Journ.
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  • xx., 1880; Kingsley, " The Embryology of Limulus," Journ.
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  • and viii.; Kishinouye, " Development of Araneina," Journ.
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  • originally written in Syriac, as Burkitt (Journ.
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  • Blomstrand (Journ.
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  • Goldschmidt and C. Vautin (Journ.
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  • Richards (Journ.
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  • Mag., 1896, 42, p. 167; Journ.
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  • Cornu (Journ.
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  • P. Stevens, "The East Wall of the Erechtheum," in American Journ.
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  • Innes, " Meteorology in the Transvaal," Journ.
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  • Gottschling, " The Bawenda," Journ.
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  • 21, see Journ.
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  • Jastrow, ib., 1907, 117 sqq.; and in Journ.
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  • Stolle, Journ.
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  • 864; Hamilton, " Process of Healing," Journ.
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  • 163; Labbe, La Cytologic experimentale (Paris, 1898); Lazarus-Barlow, " Lymph Formation," Journ.
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  • ii.; Marshall Ward, Timber and some of its Diseases (London, 1889); Massart and Bordet, " Irritability of Leucocytes," Journ.
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  • 430; Ruffer and Plimmer, " Cancer Bodies," Journ.
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  • 219; Shattock, " Healing of Incisions in Vegetable Tissues," Journ.
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  • 513; Starling, " Mechanical Factors in Lymph Production," Journ.
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  • Pinches, " The Babylonian Chronicle," in Journ.
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  • p. 278; Fagnan in Journ.
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  • Armstrong (Journ.
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  • (1894); (4) Shipley and Fearnsides, " Effects of Parasites," Journ.
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  • Loring, in Journ.
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  • Carter, " Memoir on the Geology of the South-East Coast of Arabia," Journ.
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  • Matthiessen (Quarterly Journ.
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  • (1844); Dufremery, Journ.
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  • sur les Khazars," in Journ.
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  • Flinders Petrie, Journ.
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  • Webster, " The Basque and the Kelt," in Journ.
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  • Michell in the Journ.
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  • His experiments with Sir Humphrey Davy in endeavouring to fix the images of natural objects as seen in the camera were published in 1802 (Journ.
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  • On the preparation of pure strontium salts, see Adrian and Bougarel, Journ.
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  • Gardiner, "Formation of the Maldives," in Geographical Journ.
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  • Bevan (Journ.
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  • P. Trotter (Journ.
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  • See Chamberlain, Journ.
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  • Hewitt, Journ.
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  • Wells in Journ.
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  • C. Kenyon, Journ.
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  • Lumsden (Journ.
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  • Merriman, Journ.
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  • Kirkaldy (Journ.
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  • Mitchell, Journ.
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  • Heintz (Journ.
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  • Cotterill, "The Epistle of Polycarp to the Philippians," Journ.
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  • On Herodotus' debt to Hecataeus see Wells, in Journ.
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  • (1864-1865); Halevy, Journ.
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  • In ' For results of a comparison of the skulls of wild and domesticated turkeys, see Dr Shufeldt, in Journ.
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  • Jowett (Journ.
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  • This last is geared to the shaft of the armature by an endless screw, and the number of revolutions of the armature is reckoned by the counting-dials, which are ' See Electrician, 41, 112, and Journ.
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  • ' Biot, Journ.
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  • e Whitney, Journ.
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  • 12 Biot, Journ.
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  • Baker ("Revision of the Genera and Species of Tulipeae," Journ.
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  • Baker, Journ.
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  • " Vinen, Journ.
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  • Soc. 1.155; Journ.
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  • They are also formed when grape sugar is heated with ammonia or when glycerin is heated with ammonium chloride and ammonium phosphate (C. Stoehr, Journ.
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  • Mason, Journ.
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  • The monoxide, Na 2 0, is obtained by heating the metal above 180° in a limited amount of slightly moist oxygen (Holt and Sims, Journ.
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  • Several hydrates are known: 2NaOH 7H 2 O is obtained as large monoclinic crystals by' cooling a solution of specific gravity 1.365 to -8'; Pickering (Journ.
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  • A solution in hydrochloric acid, consisting of the chloride and hydrogen peroxide, is used for bleaching straw under the name of soda-bleach; with calcium or magnesium chlorides this solution gives a solid product which, when dissolved in water, is used for the same purpose (Castner, Journ.
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  • Loeb (Journ.
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  • Barrett (Journ.
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  • C. Wells (Journ.
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  • Linnemann (Journ.
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  • Matthiessen (Journ.
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  • According to Holt and Sims (Journ.
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  • According to Dittmar (Journ.
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  • Vernon Harcourt (Journ.
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  • P. Worley, Journ.
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  • On strong heating Tithesley (Journ.
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  • (1893); Schmeil, " Deutschlands Copepoden," Bibliotheca zoologica (1892-1897); Brady, Journ.
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  • 5, p. 664 (1900); Embleton, Journ.
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  • Brown, "Stone Implements from Pitcairn Island," in Journ.
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  • C. Foote in his useful monograph, Journ.
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  • Jastrow, Journ.
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  • Ayrton, "Electrometer Methods of Measuring Alternating Current Power," Journ.
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  • and History of Bokhara (1873); Fedchenko's "Sketch of the Zarafshan Valley" in Journ.
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  • Rousselet, numerous papers in Journ.
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  • Soc. and Journ.
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  • Harrison, Mother Shipton investigated (London, 1881); Journ.
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  • 3 0 3; (38) Leishman and Statham, " The development of the Leishman body in cultivation," Journ.
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  • McNeal, " On the Trypanosomes of Birds," Journ.
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  • Wright, "Protozoa in a case of tropical ulcer (Delhi sore), " Journ.
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  • Mitteilungen (1897); Anderson and Crowfoot, Journ.
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  • P. Six in Journ.
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  • Preedy, "The Chariot Group of the Mausoleum," in Journ.
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  • Punga, "On Direct Reading Measuring Instruments for Switchboard Use," Journ.
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  • C. Rossiter (Journ.
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  • Frankl and C. C. Graham (Journ.
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  • Wade (Journ.
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  • 23, 26), the Babylonians (Oppert, Journ.
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  • asiatique, August 1872, October 1874), the Chinese (Biot, Journ.
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  • Soc., February 1899; Journ.
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  • Thomson, Journ.
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  • Britain, Journ.
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  • 1904, Journ.
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  • Soc., Journ.
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  • In 1134 Bahrain Shah failed in this obligation and brought on himself 1 See Defremery, Journ.
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  • Garson, "On Cranial Characters of the Natives of Timor-Laut," Journ.
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  • 2 Cruise in 1822 (Journ.
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  • (in Journ.
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  • iii.; " Tibet from Chinese Sources," Journ.
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  • Hemsley, " The Flora of Tibet or High Asia," Linnean Soc. Journ.
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  • For ethnological physiognomy, see amongst older authors Gratarolus, and amongst moderns the writers cited in the various textbooks on anthropology, especially Schadow, Physionomies nationales (1835) and Park Harrison, Journ.
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  • See also, for earwigs, Kirby, Journ.
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  • 15; Halliburton and Brodie, Journ.
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  • xiv., xvi., xvii., xviii.; Halliburton and Pickering, Journ.
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  • xviii.; C. C. Hurst, "Experimental Studies on Heredity in Rabbits," Journ.
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  • Soc., 1905; Packard, Memoirs of National Academy of Sciences (1888); Pickering, Journ.
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  • An excellent monograph on the wild bird is that by Dr Carl Bolle (Journ.
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  • AUgUSte Bravais's celebrated memoir, "Sur les halos et les phenomenes optiques qui les accompagnent" (Journ.
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  • Finn, Journ.
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  • Masterman, Journ.
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  • Pocock, Journ.
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  • " Natural Selection the Cause of Mimetic Resemblance and Common Warning Colour," Journ.
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  • concentrica, Lecanora esculenta); but it can hardly be that these are really free ab initio (vide Crombie in Journ.
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  • However, in 1864, von Heuglin (Journ.
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  • For some account of these may be consulted Dr Reichenow's paper in Journ.
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  • Soluble modifications were obtained by Walter Crum (Journ.
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  • P. Thompson, "The Influence Machine from 1788 to 1888," Journ.
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  • sur la membrane des mucorinees," Journ.
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  • Classification: van Tieghem, Journ.
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  • (1901); "On Sporeformation among the Saccharomycetes," Journ.
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  • Pinches, " Language of the Early Inhabitants of Mesopotamia," in Journ.
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  • Berget (Journ.
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  • Darwin (Journ.
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  • Carnelley, Journ.
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  • Hartley, Journ.
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  • Gibson (Journ.
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  • Parsons (Journ.
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  • xxvii., 1886; Harmer, "Dinophilus," Journ.
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  • Tarn, " Notes on Hellenism in Bactria and India " in Journ.
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  • Tarn's learned discussion (Journ.
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  • C. Anderson, Journ.
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  • Myers, Journ.
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  • Earle, "A Memoir on the Genus Palaeosyops and its Allies," Journ.
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  • Barnes, Journ Theol.
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  • Soc., March 1867) the disturbances which produced the present lake took place in the course of the middle ages; while Sir Roderick Murchison contended (Journ.
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  • " The Testing of Hydraulic Cements," Journ.
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  • Blount, "Recent Progress in the Cement Industry," Journ.
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  • 2, pp. 101 -102; Davis, Journ.
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  • Tubbs, Journ.
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  • Tarn, "Notes on Hellenism in Bactria and India" in Journ.
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  • A study of the topo graphy of the Argive plain suggests the conclusion that Mycenae, ' Published in Journ.
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  • As the Pergamenian kings grew powerful, and at last confined the Gauls in eastern Phrygia, the western half of the country was 1 A gorgoneum of Roman period, on a tomb engraved in Journ.
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  • A few rats and bats represent the indigenous mammals, but the sea is rich in fish and molluscs; and Dr Otto Finsch (Journ.
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  • Garnett, " The Representation of certain Examination Results," Journ.
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  • Marduk alone retains a large measure of his independence as a 8 See Prince, Journ.
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  • Cope, " On the Sophists," and " On the Sophistical Rhetoric," in Journ.
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  • Sidgwick, " The Sophists," in Journ.
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  • Moll of Utrecht, in Journ.
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  • Munzinger, "A Journey through the Afar Country" in Journ.
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  • A summary is given by Tschitschibabin (Journ.
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  • The following works of reference and catalogues deal with special branches of the subject; for variable stars, Chandler's ” Third Catalogue," Astronomical Journ.
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  • Schuster, " The Evolution of Solar Stars," Astrophysical Journ.
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  • (For an account of both ascents see Journ.
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  • Karstens, Journ.
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  • Baskerville (Journ.
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  • Dewar and Jones (Journ.
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  • This is washed and dried and the oxide so obtained reduced to the metal by heating with carbon to a high temperature (Hadfield, Journ.
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  • Kennett has argued in favour of the view that he was the founder of the cult at Bethel (Journ.
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  • Harrison, Journ.
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  • Fowler, Roman Festivals, 103-105; Harrison, Journ.
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  • Weldon, Journ.
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  • Klein, New Constructions of the Force of Inertia of Connecting Rods and Couplers and Constructions of the Pressures on their Pins, Journ.
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  • It has been suggested by Dr Rubin of Copenhagen, that if the death rate (d) be squared and divided by the birth-rate (b), due influence is allowed to each rate respectively, as well as to the difference in the height of the rates in different countries (Journ.
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  • 1899), and his paper on birth-rates, Journ.
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  • Salzer, Journ.
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  • About the same time that Franklin was making his kite 1 See Sir Oliver Lodge, " Lightning, Lightning Conductors and Lightning Protectors," Journ.
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  • Sir Oliver Lodge reviewed the whole position in a paper in 1885, " On the Seat of the Electromotive Force in a Voltaic Cell," Journ.
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  • von Helmholtz, " On the Modern Development of Faraday's Conception of Electricity," Journ.
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  • a Perkin's Papers are to be found in the Journ.
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  • Iron, which occurs rarely, and almost exclusively for ornaments, in a few tombs at Enkomi, suddenly superseded bronze for tools and weapons, and its introduction was accompanied, as in the Aegean, by economic, and probably by political changes, which broke up the high civilization of the Mycenaean colonies, and reduced them to poverty, 1 Myres, Journ.
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  • Evans, Journ.
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  • Evans, " Cretan Pictographs " (1895), Journ.
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  • Blodget, on " The Chinese Worship of Heaven and Earth," Journ.
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  • See Sir Henry Rawlinson in the Journ.
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  • 206; Journ.
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  • de Bartholomaei, Collectio,i de monna-ies sassanides (2nd ed., St Petersburg, I875)~ For the inscriptions: Edward Thomas, Earl1 Sassanian Inscriptions, Journ.
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  • Blands papers in the Journ.
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  • Beattie, in Journ.
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  • Baker (Journ.
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  • cardiophyllum, described by Lindley in the Journ.
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  • 1876, p. 304) succeeded in grafting the potato on the tomato, and Messrs Sutton have carried out similar experiments on an extensive scale (Journ.
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  • Anderson, C.B., in Journ.
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  • Gardner, and others, Journ.
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  • Archer Hind on the Platonic psychology (Journ.
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  • 30; KOnig-Warthausen, Journ.
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  • See Pharmaceutical Journ.
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  • Kishinouye, " Some New Scyphomedusae of Japan," Journ.
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  • Assoc. for the Advancement of Science, the Journ.
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  • Dun, in Journ.
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  • - BOUChe Leclercq, Histoire de la divination dans l'antiquite; Tylor, Primitive Culture, passim; Maury, "La Magie et l'astrologie," Journ.
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  • 24-96; Journ.
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  • Barton, "The Compilation of the Book of Daniel," in Journ.
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  • Stuart Jones, in Journ.
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  • (1897); Ikeno, " Untersuchungen fiber die Entwickelung, &c., bei Cycas revoluta," Journ.
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  • Ginkgoales; Hirase, " Etudes sur la fecondation, &c., de Ginkgo biloba," Journ.
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  • Coniferales: " Report of the Conifer Conference " (1891) Journ.
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  • (1892); Beissner, Handbuch der Nadelholzkunde (Berlin, 1891); Masters, " Comparative Morphology of the Coniferae," Journ.
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  • (1864); Bower, " Germination, &c., in Gnetum," Journ.
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  • Jones (Journ.
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  • and notes) in Journ.
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  • Duncan, Journ.
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  • Klein (Journ.
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  • Perkin, jun., Journ.
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  • Power, Journ.
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  • Perkin, Journ.
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  • Perkin, junr., Journ.
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  • Neville, Journ.
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  • Thomson, "Osteology of Veddahs," in Journ.
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  • Miller, "Swaziland," in Journ.
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  • These prophecies 1 The idea of " righteousness " (s-d-k), or loyalty, appears to have implied the mutual bonds uniting the community and its deity, see Journ.
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  • Duncan ("Revision of the Echinoidea," Journ.
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  • Goto ("Asterias pallida," Journ.
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  • and Mining Journ.
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  • (August 1905); Brown and others, " The Botany of Gough Island," in Journ.
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  • An excellent account of the myths of the Banks Islanders and Solomon Islanders was given in Journ.
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  • Louis Poinsot discussed these solids in his memoir, " Sur les polygones et les polyedres " (Journ.
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  • Cauchy (Journ.
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  • 2, Malacopoda, &c., Journ.
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  • Chin., p. 561; Pettigrew, Journ.
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  • If 0.55 µ is assumed for daylight observation, then according to Abbe (Journ.
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  • 212; Journ.
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  • Von Hammer in reply adduced, in Journ.
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  • Guth, Journ.
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  • Cook, American Journ.
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  • Richter (Journ.
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  • This salt on strong ignition leaves a residue of the trioxide, which can be converted into the metal by heating in a current of hydrogen, or by fusion with sodium (C. Winkler, Journ.
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  • 6 (1907); " On the Pre-Glacial Flora of Britain," Journ.
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  • Harris, The Dioscuri in Christian Legend (1903), and The Cult of the Heavenly Twins (1906); the histories of Rome, Persia, Crusades, Mongols, &c.; Rubens Duval, Histoire politique, religieuse et litteraire d'Edesse jusqu'a la premiere croisade (1892), a useful compilation reprinted from the Journ.
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  • Hospitalier, " The Slow Registration of Rapid Phenomena by Stroboscopic Methods," Journ.
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  • The purely military aspect of Alexander's campaigns is treated in general histories of warfare (Rustow-Kochly, Bauer, Delbriick, Verdy du Vernois), and in special monographs by Hogarth, Journ.
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  • " Preliminary Note on the Life-History of Gonionemus," Journ.
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  • London, 1894); Hirase, Etudes sur Ia fhcondation et lEmbryogenie du Ginkgo biloba, Journ.
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  • xxxviii.; Meyer, Untersuchungen fiber die Starke-Kdrner (J ena, 1895); Montgomery, Comparative Cytological Studies, with especial regard to the Morphology of the Nucleolus, Journ.
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  • Voelcker to give on analysis phosphoric acid equivalent to about 55 and 52.5% of tribasic calcium phosphate respectively (Journ.
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  • Retterer, " Contribution a 1'etude du cloaque et de la bourse de Fabricius, " Robin's Journ.
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  • As regards the crossing of the Red Sea, a perfectly rationalizing explanation can be found: with a strong east wind its waters could temporarily recede and permit a passage (see Journ.
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  • Thionyl chloride, SOC1 21 may be obtained by the action of phosphorus pentachloride on sodium sulphite; by the action of sulphur trioxide on sulphur dichloride at 75 -80° C. (Journ.
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  • Explorations carried out by him in Crete from 1894 onwards, for the purpose of investigating the prehistoric civilization of the island, fully corroborated this belief, and showed that a linear as well as a semi-pictorial form of writing was diffused in the island at a very early period (" Cretan Pictographs and PraePhoenician Script," Journ.
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  • Thorpe gave the value 47.7 (see Journ.
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  • the myth of Manabush, analysed in Journ.
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  • Such a test is made by determining with an accurate ammeter or watt-meter the current or power supplied to a circuit for a period measured by a good clock and comparing with this the actual reading of the meter 2 See Journ.
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  • 1° Journ.
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  • The monoxide, Na 2 0, is obtained by heating the metal above 180° in a limited amount of slightly moist oxygen (Holt and Sims, Journ.
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  • Hogarth in Journ.
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  • But he is chiefly remembered for his "Essai d'une maniere de determiner les masses relatives des molecules elementaires des corps, et les proportions selon lesquelles elles entrent dans les combinaisons" (Journ.
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  • The Epic Songs of Ancient Armenia (Arm.) (Moscow, Etudes sur les chants historiques et les traditions populaires de l'ancienne Armenie," in the Journ.
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  • The bulb has a strong and characteristic odour and an acrid taste, and yields an offensively smelling oil, essence of garlic, identical with allyl sulphide (C 3 H 5) 2 S (see Hofmann and Cahours, Journ.
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  • Bather, Journ.
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