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... the nerves, which belong to them. - 4. If the sensorial power continues to act,
whether it acts in the mode of irritation, sensaG 3 tion, tion, volition, or association
, a new contračtion of the animal. Sect. XII. I.4. AND EXERTION. 85.
tion, volition, or association, a new contračtion of the animal fibre succeeds after
a certain interoval; which interval is of shorter continuance in weak people than in
strong ones. This is exemplified in the shaking of the hands of weak people, ...
... in priapisinus. - 3. The irritative muscular motions continue, as those concerned
in the circulation, in secretion, - - - tion, in respiration. But the irritative sensual
motions, or ideas,. Seco. YVIII. 21. OF SLEEP. 315.
tion, in respiration. But the irritative sensual motions, or ideas, are not excited ; as
the immediate organs of sense are not stimulated into action by external objects,
which are excluded by the external organs of sense; which are not in sleep ...
... because they soon become associated together, according to ... Law the
seventh, Section IV, on Animal Causa. tion. And because their frequency of
repetition, if as much sensorial power be produced during every reiteration as is
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Written by the grandfather of Charles Darwin, this book is a masterful treatise on the medical disorders and how to treat them. Primarily of interest to people who are interested in the period ... Read full review