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" Chaumantelle in shape, but narrow at the crown, and more compressed towards the stalk, about three inches and a half long, and two inches and a half in diameter. Eye small, open, with a very shut strigose calyx, slightly sunk in a narrow obtusely angular... "
Garden Vegetables, and how to Cultivate Them - Page 86
1866 - 355 pages
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The Lancet, Volume 2

Medicine - 1847
...(esophagus, opposite the cricoid cartilage, hanging down between the trachea and oesophagus, three inches and a half long, and two inches and a half in circumference. Immediately behind the cricoid cartilage, and on a level with the commencement of the...
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A guide to the orchard and kitchen garden; or, An account of ... fruit and ...

George Lindley - 1831
...considerably more elongated than the inner one next the tree, giving fit a curved direction, about three inches and a half long, and two inches and a half in diameter. /,//'• small, open, with very short segments of the calyx. Stalk an inch long. curved, diagonally...
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A Guide to the Orchard and Fruit Garden: Or, An Account of the Most Valuable ...

George Lindley - Fruit-culture - 1831 - 601 pages
...Chaumantelle in shape, but narrow at the crown, and more compressed towards the stalk, about three inches and a half long, and two inches and a half in diameter. Eye small, open, with a very shut strigose calyx, slightly sunk in a narrow obtusely angular hollow....
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The Pomological Manual: Or, a Treatise on Fruits ; Containing Descriptions ...

William Prince - Fruit - 1831 - 416 pages
...Chaumontelle in shape, but narrow at the crown, and more compressed towards the stalk ; about three inches and a half long, and two inches and a half in diameter. Eye small, open, and a very short strigose calyx, slightly sunk in a narrow obtusely angular hollow....
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A Guide to The Outdoor and Kitchen Garden

George Lindley - 1831
...Chaumantelle in shape, but narrow at the crown, and more compressed towards the stalk, about three inches and a half long, and two inches and a half in diameter. Eye small, open, with- a very shut strigose calyx, slightly sunk in a narrow obtusely angular hollow....
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London Medical Gazette: Or, Journal of Practical Medicine, Volume 40

1847
...oesophagus, opposite the cricoid cartilage, hanging down between the trachea and oesophagus, three inches and a half long, and two inches and a half in circumference. Immediately behind the cricoid cartilage, and on a level with the commencement of the...
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The Pinetum: Being a Synopsis of All the Coniferous Plants at Present Known ...

George Gordon, Robert Glendinning - Conifers - 1858 - 353 pages
...branches and trunk producing abundance of short shootSj and tufts of leaves. Cones, oblong, cylindrical, five inches and a half long, and two inches and a half wide, quite straight, without any footstalk, and with a hard, glossy surface. Scales, one inch broad,...
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A System of surgery, Volume 2

Timothy Holmes - 1861
...mentions the case of a sailor, aged nineteen, whose chest was transfixed by the bolt of the trysail-mast (five inches and a half long, and two inches and a half wide). It entered between the fourth and fifth left ribs, fracturing the fourth about one inch and...
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A System of Surgery: Theoretical and Practical in Treatises by Various Authors

Timothy Holmes - Surgery - 1870
...mentions the case of a sailor, aged nineteen, whose chest wan transfixed by the bolt of the trysail-mast (five inches and a half long, and two inches and a half wide). It entered between the fourth and fifth left ribs, fracturing the fourth about one inch and...
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The Field and Garden Vegetables of America: Containing Full Descriptions of ...

Fearing Burr - Vegetable gardening - 1874 - 667 pages
...the garden Early Frame. _ _ ii. SHORT GREEN. sorts, justly styled a standard variety. Plant healthy and vigorous, six to ten feet in length ; fruit straight...fully ripe, of a yellowish, russet-brown color ; flesh green ishcueumb". white, rather seedy, but tender, and of an agreeable flavor. It is a few days later...
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