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" He might ascribe much importance to each of these events and think how largely the destiny of the stick had been governed by a series of trifling accidents. Nevertheless, all the sticks succeed in passing down the current; and in the long run, they travel... "
Inquiries Into Human Faculty and Its Development - Page 241
by Sir Francis Galton - 1883 - 387 pages
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Fraser's Magazine, Volume 12; Volume 92

James Anthony Froude, John Tulloch - Authors - 1875
...the several accidents which seem to have had a great effect upon outcareers. The one element, which varies in different individuals, but is constant in...current in the stream, and inevitably asserts itself. More might bo added on this matter, and much might be said in qualification of the broad conclusions...
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Fraser's Magazine, Volume 12

1875
...which seem to have had a great efFect upon our careers. The one element, which varies in. différent individuals, but is constant in each of them, is the...current in the stream, and inevitably asserts itself. More might be added on this matter, and much might be said in qualification of the broad conclusions...
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The Journal of the Anthropological institute

Royal anthropological institute - 1876
...the several accidents which seem to have had a great effect upon our careers. The one element, which varies in different individuals, but is constant in...conclusion is drawn, that the effects of early teaching generally, must be important in a corresponding degree. I acknowledge the fact, but doubt the deduction....
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Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain ..., Volume 5

Anthropology - 1876
...the several accidents which seem to have h^d a great effect upon our careers. The one element, which varies in different individuals, but is constant in...conclusion is drawn, that the effects of early teaching generally, must be important in a corresponding degree. I acknowledge the fact, but doubt the deduction....
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 23; Volume 86

1876
...the several accidents which seem to have had a great effect upon our careers. The one element, which varies in different individuals, but is constant in...current in the stream, and inevitably asserts itself. More might be added on this matter, and much might be said in qualification of the broad conclusions...
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The North American Journal of Homeopathy, Volume 26

1877
...be found among persons of the same rank of society, and in the same country." "The one element which varies in different individuals, but is constant in...the natural tendency it corresponds to the current of a stream and inevitably asserts itself." The influence in general ascribed to nurture or environment,...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 8

Science - 1876
...the several accidents which seem to have had a great effect upon our careers. The one element, which varies in different individuals, but is constant in...current in the stream, and inevitably asserts itself. More might be added on this matter, and much might be said in qualification of the broad conclusions...
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The Method and Practice of Exposition: A Text-book for Advanced Students in ...

Thomas Ernest Rankin - English language - 1917 - 278 pages
...the several accidents which seem to have had a great effect upon our careers. The one element, which varies in different individuals, but is constant in...; it corresponds to the current in the stream, and invariably asserts itself, . . . etc., etc." It is plain that concreteness is one of the qualities...
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The Trend of the Race: A Study of Present Tendencies in the Biological ...

Samuel Jackson Holmes - Eugenics - 1921 - 396 pages
...trifling accidents. Nevertheless all the sticks succeed in passing down the current, and in the long-run, they travel at nearly the same rate. So it is with...current in the stream, and inevitably asserts itself." REFERENCES The reader who wishes to inform himself on the present status of the science of genetics...
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The Trend of the Race

Samuel J Holmes PH. D. - 1921
...trifling accidents. Nevertheless all the sticks succeed in passing down the current, and in the long-run, they travel at nearly the same rate. So it is with...current in the stream, and inevitably asserts itself." REFERENCES The reader who wishes to inform himself on the present status of the science of genetics...
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