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" ... those of Augustine, and imitated his style. His name appears in Roman Catholic calendars on the first day of January, the supposed day of his death. FULGURITES OR FULMINARY TUBES are tubes of vitrified sand originating from the action of lightning.... "
Conchylia insularum Britannicarum: The shells of the British islands - Página 141
de William Turton - 1822 - 279 páginas
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The Mechanic's Companion: Or, the Elements and Practice of Carpentry ...

Peter Nicholson - 1832 - 333 páginas
...used principally for soft wood. The basil must be made from both sides. Chisels are of various sizes, from a quarter of an inch to two inches and a half: these are convenient in running mouldings and cleaning the bottoms of grooves. § 10. Right-Side Tods...
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The Painter's, Gilder's, and Varnisher's Manual: Containing Rules and ...

1836 - 207 páginas
...bnishes and pencils. Brushes are either round or flat, and are of various sizes. The round ones vary from a quarter of an inch to two inches and a half in diameter. For some particular purposes, they even exceed this latter size. The larger ones are made use of in...
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The painter, gilder, and varnisher's companion: containing rules and ...

1861 - 216 páginas
...brushes and pencils. Brushes are either round or flat, and are of various sizes. The round ones vary from a quarter of an inch to two inches and a half in diameter. For some particular purposes, they even exceed this latter size. The larger ones are made use of in...
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Antiquities of the Southern Indians particularity of the Georgia Tribes

Charles C. Jones - 1873 - 532 páginas
...few of which still bear the trace of the natural canal. Those of the elongated shape vary in length from a quarter of an inch to two inches and a half, and in diameter from one-sixth of an inch to one inch. The disk-shaped beads vary in thickness from...
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Antiquities of the Southern Indians, Particularly of the Georgia Tribes

Charles Colcock Jones - 1873 - 532 páginas
...few of which still bear the trace of the natural canal. Those of the elongated shape vary in length from a quarter of an inch to two inches and a half, and in diameter from one-sixth of an inch to one inch. The disk-shaped beads vary in thickness from...
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Abstracts of Papers Read Before the Society: Together with the Annual Report

1874
...has been the hardest, and the Kimmeridge clay the softest yet found ; and the penetration has varied from a quarter of an inch to two inches and a half per minute. Numerous difficulties have had to be contended against, not the least of which has been...
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Library of Universal Knowledge: A Reprint of the Last (1880 ..., Volumen 6

1880
...been found in many places; but their origin was first pointed out by T)r. Hcntzen in 1805. They иге from a quarter of an inch to two inches and a half in diameter, their internal surface of л perfectly glassy substance, hard enough to scratch glass, and to give...
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The International Cyclopedia: A Compendium of Human Knowledge, Volumen 6

1890
...been found in many places; but their origin was first pointed out by Dr. Hentzen in 1805. They are from a quarter of an inch to two inches and a half in diameter, their internal surface of a perfectly glassy substance, hard enough to scratch glass, and to give fire...
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The International Cyclopedia: A Compendium of Human Knowledge ..., Volumen 6

Harry Thurston Peck - 1898
...found in many places; but their origin was first pointed out by Dr. Hentzen in 1805. They are frorii a quarter of an inch to two inches and a half in diameter, their internal surface of a perfectly glassy substance, hard enough to scratch glass, and to give fire...
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The Pacific Monthly: A Magazine of Education and Progress, Volúmenes 9-10

William Bittle Wells, Lute Pease - 1903
...glass and to give fire when struck with steel. The hole pierced in the rock by the lightning varies from a quarter of an inch to two inches and a half in diameCREVASSE IN GLACIER ON SOUTH SISTER— Showing Middle Sister in background. — Photo by RL Glisan,...
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