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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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Report, Part 1

Pennsylvania. Dept. of Health - Pennsylvania - 1916
...of the right ear. One of these ear lesions somewhat resembles a small wart. Eight or ten tubercles. varying in size from an eighth to a quarter of an inch in diameter, with smooth surfaces and one having an umbilicated centre are visible on the back of the neck, as are...
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Plant Production

Ransom Asa Moore, Charles Parker Halligan - Agriculture - 1919 - 428 pages
...axils of the leaves. The short, hairy pods contain two or three round or slightly flattened seeds, varying in size from an eighth to a quarter of an inch in diameter. The plant has a short, strong taproot with a rather scanty root system. The soy bean is especially...
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Reports, Volume 27

Medicine - 1891
...but not anaemic. The whole of the trunk and limbs were covered by a discrete purpuric rash, the spots varying in size from an eighth to a quarter of an inch in diameter. The spleen was enlarged, and felt one inch below the ribs. There was some cedema of the feet and considerable...
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A Walk Around the Pond

Gilbert WALDBAUER - Nature - 2006 - 286 pages
.... . . The interesting point was that in every leaf examined there were wrigglers [mosquito larvae] varying in size from an eighth to a quarter of an inch in length. Specimens were sent to the eminent insect taxonomist Daniel Coquillett. He recognized them...
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The Farmer's Magazine. Volume the Eighteenth (Third Series) July to December ...

The Farmer's Magazine - 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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