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" Brassfield bed includes numerous rounded, black pebbles and grains, possibly phosphatic, varying in size from an eighth to a quarter of an inch; a few equal even as much as an inch in diameter. "
The Ladies' Work-table Book: Containing Clear and Practical Instructions in ... - Page 23
1845 - 168 pages
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Organic Remains of a Former World: An Examination of the ..., Volume 2

James Parkinson - Paleontology - 1808
...semi-pellucid flint, the ground much like the Indian agate, but thick set with white pentagonal columns, about a quarter of an inch in diameter. They are made up of several longitudinal thin plates, all set edgeways towards the axis. The columns stand parallel to...
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The Chemical Gazette, Or, Journal of Practical Chemistry, in All ..., Volume 5

William Francis, Henry Croft - Chemistry - 1847
...had a good deal of the appearance of fish scales, but they had no defined sides or edges. They varied in size from an eighth to a quarter of an inch in diameter. They were more soluble in cold than in hot water; and in consequence of this, the liquid, when it became...
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The Hand-book of Needlework

Miss Lambert (F.) - Needlework - 1842 - 263 pages
...and magnitude of fleece Peculiar." It is made of two qualities, superfine and common ; they both vary in size from an eighth to a quarter of an inch in diameter, according to the number of threads they contain ; thus, there are two, three, four, six, up to twelve...
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The Farmer's Magazine

Agriculture - 1860
...well-known parasites called flukes. In Morton's Cyclopaedia it is said: " These insects, which vary in size from an eighth to a quarter of an inch in diameter, are found floating about the biliary duct, apparently feeding on the bile, and preventing it from fulfilling...
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International Clinics: A Quarterly of Clinical Lectures

Clinical medicine - 1923
...common macules (maculopapular variety). The papules are well defined, not grouped, rosy pink in color, varying in size from an eighth to a quarter of an inch in diameter and. are scaly from the onset. The papular and maculopapular eruptions are more commonly seen in the...
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Mosquitoes: How They Live; how They Carry Disease; how They are Classified ...

Leland Ossian Howard - Mosquitoes - 1901 - 241 pages
...in hibernating quarters. The interesting point was that in every leaf examined there were wrigglers, varying in size from an eighth to a quarter of an inch in length. There was always a mass of insect fragments at the bottom, say from one half to an inch in...
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Diseases of the organs of respiration, Volume 2

Samuel Hatch West - 1902 - 913 pages
...chielly in the up|Kr lobe, one or two in the middle lobe, and a single one in the lower lobe. They varied in size from an eighth to a quarter of an inch in diameter. There were none in the pulmonary vein or bronchi. Ducastel7 records a case of numerous hydatids in...
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Bulletin, Issue 7

Geology - 1906
...layer of the Brassfield bed includes numerous rounded, black pebbles and grains, possibly phosphatic, varying in size from an eighth to a quarter of an inch; a few equal even as much as an inch in diameter. Immediately below, the top of the Ordovician is exposed....
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Bulletin, Issue 7

Geology - 1906
...layer of the Brassfield bed includes numerous rounded, black pebbles and grains, possibly phosphatic, varying in size from an eighth to a quarter of an inch; a few equal even as much as an inch in diameter. Immediately below, the top of the Ordovician is exposed....
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The Silurian, Devonian and Irvine Formations of East-central Kentucky

Geology - 1906 - 369 pages
...layer of the Brassfield bed includes numerous rounded, black pebbles and grains, possibly phosphatic, varying in size from an eighth to a quarter of an inch; a few equal even as much as an inch in diameter. Immediately below, the top of the Ordovician is exposed....
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