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Llibres Llibres 1 - 10 de 39 sobre Totum una leuga longitudine et dimidium leugae latitudine '— being 1440, 360, and....
" Totum una leuga longitudine et dimidium leugae latitudine '— being 1440, 360, and 720 acres respectively, and so on. If an examination is made of these entries it is impossible to arrive at any other conclusion than that the... "
The Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion - Pągina 100
per Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion (London, England) - 1902
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Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Volum 125

1835
...through all its stages, that unless we believe the whole to be the work of a fanciful imagination, it is impossible to arrive at any other conclusion than that the Cray-fish does not undergo any change which can in the least degree merit the name of metamorphosis....
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The Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England

Royal Agricultural Society - 1843
...required, yet at the expiration of a term of years the land shall be even in a better state than at first. It is impossible to arrive at any other conclusion than that the excess of nitrogen spoken of has been taken up from the air. What is here treated as a supposition...
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The Oregon Question: Determined by the Rules of International Law

Edward James Wallace - 1846 - 39 pągines
...principles established above, and proceeding to apply them to the history of occupation in Oregon, it is impossible to arrive at any other conclusion, than that the purchase by the British fur companies of 37 the posts originally established by citizens of the United...
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Historical essays

John Coleman (of Dover.) - 1851
...These gloomy anticipations of future evil are, perhaps, exaggerated and somewhat darkly coloured, yet it is impossible to arrive at any other conclusion than that the amount of agricultural produce might be largely increased, if the present baneful system of subdividing...
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The Journal of Jurisprudence, Volum 1

1857
...foundation on which it rests, pointing out, as it does, so many improbabilities and contradictions, that it is impossible to arrive at any other conclusion, than that the whole story is either a fraud of the priests for interestoi purposes, or one of those notoriously apochryphal...
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Medical Jurisprudence

Alfred Swaine Taylor - 1861 - 714 pągines
...and the verdict based upon it, should be true. Taking the facts as reported, it appears to me that it is impossible to arrive at any other conclusion than that the deceased was stabbed by the prisoner subsequently to the quarrel, while he was walking through the...
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The North-Atlantic Sea-bed: Comprising a Diary of the Voyage on ..., Volum 1

George Charles Wallich - 1862 - 160 pągines
...line except that which rested on the bottom. If we examine the remaining evidences, we shall find that it is impossible to arrive at any other conclusion than that the Starfishes were captured on the sea-bed itself, and not at any point intermediate between it and the...
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The History of India from the Earliest Ages: The Vedic period and the Mahį ...

James Talboys Wheeler - 1867
...between those who persisted in sacrificing animals and those -\vlio denounced the bloody offerings, it is impossible to arrive at any other conclusion, than that the account in the Maha Bhdrata is a compromise attempted by the later Brahmanical compilers to combine...
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Memorandum on the Madras Famine of 1866

Robert Anstruther Dalyell - 1867 - 157 pągines
...from this source is considerably below what it was in 1859-60, or 1860-61. 78. On the whole, then, it is impossible to arrive at any other conclusion, than that the mass of the population of the Madras Presidency have considerably progressed in wealth, during the...
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Reports of Cases in Criminal Law Argued and Determined in All the Courts in ...

Edward William Cox - 1871
...prospectus and the documents legitimately carry with them. At the same time, if looking at this prospectus, it is impossible to arrive at any other conclusion than that the directors intended to convey to the public that this was a concern in which, if shares should be taken,...
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