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" Other animals have neither notion nor ability to act in a similar manner, and therefore swim naturally. When a man falls into deep water, he will rise to the surface, and will continue there if he does not elevate his hands. "
Gleason's Monthly Companion - Page 90
1874
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A Journal of Natural Philosophy, Chemistry and the Arts, Volumes 13-14

William Nicholson - Science - 1806
...because they do not raise their arms. We will conclude by noting the practical results. When How a man, a man falls into deep water, he will rise to the surface by ^°gk"f™.™I floatage, and will continue there if he do not elevate his hands, mintt, maysupIf...
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The Youth's Miscellaneous Sketch Book: A Compilation of Useful and Amusing ...

Children's literature - 1829 - 108 pages
...to the surface, and continue there if he does not elevate his hands. If he move his hands under the water, in any way he pleases, his head will rise so high as to allow him liberty to breathe ; and if he move his legs as in the act of walking up stairs, his shoulders will...
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The Family monitor

1831
...which depresses the head. Other animals have neither notion nor ability to act in a similar manner, and therefore swim naturally. When a man falls into deep...the surface, and will continue there, if he does not raise his hands. If he move his hands under water in any manner he pleases, his head will rise so high,...
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The Nautical Magazine: A Journal of Papers on Subjects Connected with ...

Naval art and science - 1833
...of which depresses the head. Animals have neither notion nor ability to act in a similar manner, and therefore swim naturally. When a man falls into deep water, he will rise to the surface, and continue there, if he does not elevate his hands. If he moves his hands under water in any manner he...
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Supplement to the Connecticut Courant: Containing Tales, Travels ..., Volume 3

1832
...of which depresses the head. Animals bate neither notion nor ability to act in a simile manner, and therefore swim naturally. When a man falls into deep water he will rise to the surface, and continue there if he does not elevate his hands. If he moves his hand) under water, in any manner he...
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The Cottager's monthly visitor, Volume 14

1834
...manner, and therefore swim naturally. When a man falls into a deep water he will rise to the surface, and continue there if he does not elevate his hands. If he moves his hands under water in any manner he pleases, his head will rise so high as to allow him liberty to breathe ; and if he moves...
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The Gleaner

1834
...Auunuls have neither notion nor ability to act in u similar manner, and therefore swim naturally. \Vhen u man falls into deep water he will rise to the surface, and continue there if he does not elevate his hands. If he moves his hands under water in any manner he...
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The Saturday Magazine, Volume 19

Periodicals - 1841
...able to assist in rowing back to the ship. Mr. Nicholson concludes with the following simple rule : " When a man falls into deep water, he will rise to the surface by floatage, and will continue there if he do not elevate his bands. If he move his hands under the...
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The Cottager's Monthly Visitor, Volume 32

Christianity - 1852
...which depresses the head. Other animals have neither notion nor ability to act in a similar manner, and therefore swim naturally. When a man falls into deep...not elevate his hands. If he moves his hands under the water in any way he pleases, his head will rise so high as to allow him free liberty to breathe...
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The Sanitarian, Volume 3

Hygiene - 1875
...which depresses the head. Other animals have neither motion or ability to act in a similar manner, and therefore swim naturally. When a man falls into deep...any way he pleases, his head will rise so high as to give him free liberty to breathe; and if he will use his legs, as in the act of walking (or rather...
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