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A handbook of obstetric operations - Page 105
by William Smoult Playfair - 1865
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Unitarianism tried by Scripture and experience: a compilation of treatises ...

Unitarianism - 1840
...intercommunication between God and the soul, and prepares it for the spiritual engagements of eternity ! It is of the utmost importance to bear in mind, that the doctrine of the Trinity is constantly assumed or implied throughout the Inspired Volume : this, rather...
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A Treatise on the Science and Practice of Midwifery

William Smoult Playfair - Midwifery - 1876 - 576 pages
...depressed and carried backwards. As it is pushed onwards it is made to progress by a slight side-to-side motion ; and it is of the utmost importance to bear...that the greatest gentleness must always be used. If any obstruction be felt, we are bound to withdraw the instrument, partially or entirely, and attempt...
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A Treatise on the Science and Practice of Midwifery, Volume 2

William Smoult Playfair - 1876
...depressed and carried backwards. As it is pushed onwards it is made to progress by a slight side-to-side motion, and it is of the utmost importance to bear...that the greatest gentleness must always be used. If any obstruction be felt, we are bound to withdraw the instrument, partially or entirely, and attempt...
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A treatise on the science and practice of midwifery, Volume 2

William Smoult Playfair - 1882
...Fig. 159. strument. FORCEP8 IN I'OSHTON. TRACTION IN THE AXIS OF THE BRM, DOWNWARDS AND BACEWAHDS. to bear in mind that the greatest gentleness must always be used. If any obstruction be felt, we are bound to withdraw the instrument, partially or entirely, and attempt...
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A Treatise on the Science and Practice of Midwifery, Volume 2

William Smoult Playfair - Obstetrics - 1884 - 408 pages
...depressed and carried backwards. As it is pushed onwards it is made to progress by a slight side-to-side motion, and it is of the utmost importance to bear...that the greatest gentleness must always be used. If any obstruction be felt, we are bound to withdraw the instrument, partially or entirely, and attempt...
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Madagascar: An Historical and Descriptive Account of the Island ..., Volume 2

Ethnology - 1886
...Malagasy troops, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of Her Majesty the Queen of Madagascar. It is of the utmost importance to bear in mind that the signatures of the queen and the prime minister were only s'g11"1"''1*1 ' r . conditional amxed to...
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A Text-book upon the pathogenic bacteria

Joseph McFarland - 1900 - 621 pages
...healthy animal to the unmodified germs of disease. In attempting to establish that any animal is immune it is of the utmost importance to bear in mind that the virulence of bacteria is subject to the greatest variation under purely natural conditions. A few bacteria,...
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Christian Missions in the Far East: Addresses on the Subject Delivered by H ...

Henry Hutchinson Montgomery, Eugene Stock - Missions - 1905 - 96 pages
...words in the title signifying " holy " or " catholic." It means simply and literally " Japan Church." * It is of the utmost importance to bear in mind that the work of foreign missions is twofold ; first, * The official paper containing the constitution and canons,...
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Light and Colour Theories and Their Relation to Light and Colour Standardization

Joseph Williams Lovibond - Color - 1915 - 90 pages
...demonstrating the total or partial absorption of light according to their higher or lower numerical unit value. It is of the utmost importance to bear in mind that the glasses are graded for diffused daylight, and that all artificial lights are more or less coloured...
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Diseases of the Chest and the Principles of Physical Diagnosis

George William Norris, Henry Robert Murray Landis, Edward Bell Krumbhaar - Chest - 1917 - 782 pages
...indicative of an extensive lesion and one in which compensation will be maintained with some difficulty. It is of the utmost importance to bear in mind that the murmur is, for the most part, of relatively little consequence. This has been emphasized by Osler,...
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