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Garden Vegetables, and how to Cultivate Them - Page 236
1866 - 355 pages
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Natural History: A Manual of Zoology ...

Sanborn Tenney - Zoology - 1867 - 540 pages
...antennae, and short, broad wings. The American Tent-Caterpillar Moth, C. americana, Harr., expands from an inch and a quarter to an inch and a half, and is reddish-brown, the fore wings crossed Fig. 298. by two oblique, dingy-white lines. Tent-Caterpillar...
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Annual Report of the Trustees of the ..., Volume 2; Volume 10, Parts 1877-1880

Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology - America - 1880
...Mound, Miss Howiing'a farm, ment of no mean character. Natural size. .-... . . - , Of three specimens from an inch and a quarter to an inch and a half in length, that were probably arrowpoints, one (12341) has a fine point, an expanded and slightly convex base,...
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A History of British Buterflies

Francis Orpen Morris - Butterflies - 1868 - 197 pages
...feed on the wild thyme, (Thymus serpyllum.j The Chalk Hill Blue varies in the expanse of its wings from an inch and a quarter to an inch and a half. The male has CHALK HILL BLUE. 149 the fore wings of a most elegant pale metallic blue, with a cast...
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The Metallurgy of Iron and Steel

H. S. Osborn - 1869
...If designed for heavy work, the cutter should be very strong, and formed of a solid piece of steel, from an inch and a quarter to an inch and a half thick, four inches wide, and eight inches long. By fitting such a piece of steel carefully into the...
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Natural History: A Manual of Zoology for Schools, Colleges, and the General ...

Sanborn Tenney - Zoology - 1869 - 540 pages
...antennae, and short, broad wings. The American Tent-Caterpillar Moth, C. americana, Harr., expands from an inch and a quarter to an inch and a half, and is reddish-brown, the fore wings crossed Fig. 298. by two oblique, dingy-white lines. The caterpillars...
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The Complete Herbalist: Or The People Their Own Physicians by the Use of ...

Medicine, Botanic - 1870 - 431 pages
...length, and from half an inch to one and a half inches wide, clasping the stem. The flowers are numerous, from an inch and a quarter to an inch and a half in diameter, of a rich rose or carnation color, standing, as it were, at the tops of one nmbril or tnft,...
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The Young ladies' treasure book: a complete cyclopędia of practical ...

Reference - 1870 - 890 pages
...or fold in even plaits, to and from yourself, across the breadth of the cloth. The plaits should be from an inch and a quarter to an inch and a half in width. Press them down firmly, and insert one end into a large wineglass or tumbler. There are other...
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Medical Herald, Volume 4

1870
...an acutely sensitive mucous membrane. On the living subject the length of the sphincter ani muscle from an inch and a quarter to an inch and a half, and at its upper part there are concentric and puckered folds of the mucous membrane, and which folds...
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Guide to the Study of Insects: And a Treatise on Those Injurious and ...

Alpheus Spring Packard - Beneficial insects - 1870 - 702 pages
...larva). Fig. m is reddish brown, with two oblique, dirty white lines on the fore wings. It expands from an inch and a quarter to an inch and a half. The Forest Tent caterpillar, C. disstria Hiibner (C. sylvatica Harris) differs in the apex of the fore...
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Practical Lithotomy and Lithotrity: Or, An Inquiry Into the Best Modes of ...

Sir Henry Thompson - Genitourinary organs - 1871 - 327 pages
...apex of the prostate, he cuts upwards, dividing the urethra a little, and making an external incision from an inch and a quarter to an inch and a half long, according to the presumed necessities of the case. He then introduces a long ball-pointed probe...
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