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" Shadow on the Dial and fhew the true Hour. For when the Globe is thus placed, the Dial Plate with the Pole in the Centre of it, is a true Equinoffial Dial for our Summer Half-Tear, when the Sun is on the North, Side of the Equator. "
The Knowledge of the Heavens and the Earth Made Easy, Or, The First ... - Page 130
by Isaac Watts - 1760 - 222 pages
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A Complete System of Astronomy, Volume 1

Samuel Vince - Astronomy - 1814
...other by turns, and therefore to a spectator at the sun, the poles must appear and disappear by turns. When the sun is on the north side of the equator, the north pole must appear ; and when on the south side, the south pole. When the sun is in the equator,...
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The Scientific Library; Or, Repository of Useful and Polite Literature ...

Thomas Smith - Astronomy - 1818
...either north-east or south-east; but the force of each is only in proportion to its stream or direction. When the sun is on the north side of the equator the wind blows north-east; and when be is on the southern side, it blows south-east. It may be remarked,...
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