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Könyvek 20 / 1 - 10. könyv a(z) There is, beyond question, some profound secret and mystery of nature concerned in... kifejezésre.
" There is, beyond question, some profound secret and mystery of nature concerned in the phenomenon of their tails. Perhaps it is not too much to hope that future observation, borrowing every aid from rational speculation, grounded on the progress of physical... "
Martin's Theories of Horizontal Currents in the Ocean and Atmosphere and of ... - 81. oldal
szerző: John Martin (of Melbourne.) - 1875 - 90 oldal
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The Living Age ..., 123. kötet

1874
...that future observation, borrowing every aid from rational speculation, grounded on the progress of physical science generally (especially those branches of it which relate to the etherial or imponderable elements), may ere long enable us to penetrate this mystery, and to declare...

The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., 47. kötet

1849
...that future observation, borrowing every aid from rational speculation', grounded on the progress of physical science generally (especially those branches of it which relate to the etherial or imponderable element), may ere long enable us to penetrate this mystery, and to declare...

Outlines of Astronomy

John Frederick William Herschel - 1849 - 620 oldal
...that future observation, borrowing every aid from rational speculation, grounded on the progress of physical science generally, (especially those branches of it which relate to the setherial or imponderable elements,) may ere long enable us to penetrate this mystery, and to declare...

Whirlwinds and dust storms of India

Paul Frederick H. Baddeley - 1860
...that future observation, borrowing every aid from rational speculation, grounded on the progress of physical science generally, (especially those branches of it which relate to the etherial or imponderable elements) may ere long enable us to penetrate this mystery, and to declare...

Nature, 4. kötet

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1871
...those branchts of it which relate to the etherial or imponderable elements), may enable us ere long to penetrate this mystery, and to declare whether it is really matter in the ordinary anticipation of the term which is proj: cte.l from their heads with such extraordinary velocity, and...

Proceedings of the Literary and Philosophical Society of ..., 10-12. kötet

Literary and Philosophical Society of Manchester - 1871
...that future observation, borrowing every aid from rational speculation, grounded on the progress of physical science generally (especially those branches of it which relate to the aetherial or imponderable elements) may ere long enable us to penetrate this mystery, and to declare,...

Nature, 4. kötet

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1871
...that future observation borrowing every aid from rational speculation, grounded on the progress of physical science generally (especially those branches of it which relate to the etherial or imponderable elements), may enable us ere long to penetrate this mystery, and to declare...

Report of the Annual Meeting, 41. kötet

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1872
...future observation, " borrowing every aid from rational speculation, grounded on the progress of " physical science generally (especially those branches...relate to " the ethereal or imponderable elements), may enable us ere long to penetrate " this mystery, and to declare whether it is really matter in the ordinary...

The Canadian Naturalist and Quarterly Journal of Science

1872
...that future observation, borrowing every aid from rational speculation, grounded on the progress of physical science generally (especially those branches...relate to the ethereal or imponderable elements), may enable us ere long to penetrate this mystery, and to declare whether it is really matter in the ordinary...

Memoirs and Proceedings - Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society

Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society - 1876
...that future observation, borrowing every aid from rational speculation, grounded on the progress of physical science generally (especially those branches of it which relate to the aetherial or imponderable elements), may ere long enable us to penetrate this mystery, and to declare...




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