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Könyvek 58 / 1 - 10. könyv a(z) Gulf Stream water, while the other half is in common water of the sea ; so sharp... kifejezésre.
" Gulf Stream water, while the other half is in common water of the sea ; so sharp is the line, and such the want of affinity between those waters, and such, too, the reluctance, so to speak, on the part of those of the Gulf Stream to mingle with the common... "
Martin's Theories of Horizontal Currents in the Ocean and Atmosphere and of ... - 1. oldal
szerző: John Martin (of Melbourne.) - 1875 - 90 oldal
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, 49. kötet

1860
...as well as by other visible traits. " Often one half of the vessel may be perceived floating in the Gulf Stream water while the other half is in common water of the sea : so sharp is the line, and such the want of aflimty between those waters, and such the reluctance,...

The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, 41. kötet

1857
...Gulf as the Carolina coasts, are of an indigo blue. They are so distinctly marked, that this line of junction with the common sea-water may be traced by the eye. Often one-half of the vessel may be perceived floating in Gulf-stream water, while the other half is in the...

The Physical Geography of the Sea, 61. rész

Matthew Fontaine Maury - 1855 - 24 oldal
...Gulf as the Carolina coasts, are of an indigo blue. They are so distinctly marked, that their line of junction with the common sea-water may be traced by...while the other half is in common water of the sea; so sharp is the line, and such the want of affinity between those waters, and the reluctance, on the...

The Physical Geography of the Sea

Matthew Fontaine Maury - 1855 - 274 oldal
...indigo blue. They are so distinctly marked, that their line of junction with the common sea- water may be traced by the eye. Often one half of the vessel...while the other half is in common water of the sea ; so sharp is the line, and such the want of affinity between those waters, and the reluctance, on...

The Physical Geography of the Sea

M. Maury,LL.D. - 1855
...indigo blue. They are so distinctly marked, that their line of junction with the common sea- water maybe traced by the eye. Often one half of the vessel may...while the other half is in common water of the sea ; so sharp is the line, and such the want of affinity between those waters, and the reluctance, on...

The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal, 45. kötet

1855
...marked, that their line of junction with the common sea- water may be traced by the eye. Often one-half of the vessel may be perceived floating in Gulf Stream...while the other half is in common water of the sea ; so sharp is the line, and such the want of affinity between, those waters, and the reluctance, on...

The Dublin university magazine

University magazine - 1855
...marked, that their line of junction with the common sea- water may be traced by the eye. Often one-half of the vessel may be perceived floating in Gulf Stream...while the other half is in common water of the sea ; so sharp is the line, and such the want of affinity between those waters, and the reluctance, on...

The Freewill Baptist Quarterly, 4. kötet

1856
...Gulf as the Carolina coasts, are of an indigo blue. They are so distinctly marked, that their line of junction with the common sea-water may be traced by...while the other half is in common water of the sea ; so sharp is the line, and such the want of affinity between these waters, and the reluctance on the...

Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, 41. kötet

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1857
...Gulf as the Carolina coasts, are of an indigo blue. They are so distinctly marked, that this line of junction with the common sea-water may be traced by the eye. Often one-half of the vessel may be perceived floating in Gulf-stream water, while the other half is in the...

Friends Intelligencer, 14. kötet

1858
...Gulf as the Carolina coasts, are of an indigo blue. They are so distinctly marked, that this lino of junction with the common sea-water may be traced by the eye. Often one-half of the vessel may be perceived floating in Gulf-stream water, while the other half is in common...




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