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" In this manner, the various regions of the body are associated with each other by a nervous apparatus, which is only indirectly connected with the brain and spinal cord; and thus it is arranged that the most widely separated organs of the body are brought... "
Hutchison's physiology and hygiene - Page 231
by Joseph Chrisman Hutchison - 1902 - 388 pages
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American Annals of Education

Education - 1836
...have they not more chronic diseases ? Are not their chests smaller and weaker? Anrl as the doctrine that if one member suffers, all the other members suffer with it, is not less true in physiology than in morals, do we not find other organs besides the lungs weakened...
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Religion and Chemistry: Or, Proofs of God's Plan in the Atmosphere and Its ...

Josiah Parsons Cooke - Atmosphere - 1864 - 348 pages
...organic life everywhere; for not only are all parts of the creation so indissolubly bound together that, if one member suffers, all the other members suffer with it, but moreover the soil itself would, to a certain extent, share in the fate of the ponds. The soil is...
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A Treatise on Physiology and Hygiene for Educational Institutions and ...

Joseph Chrisman Hutchison - Human physiology - 1875 - 270 pages
...also ascend into the head, and supply the muscles of the eye and ear, and other organs of sense. 18. In this manner, the various regions of the body are...of the face by means of these Sympathetic nerves. (Read Note 8, end of Chapter.) 17. The sympathetic system of nerves? Of what does it consist ? 19....
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Natural theology: or, Rational theism

Milton Valentine - Natural theology - 1885 - 274 pages
...organic life everywhere; for not only are all parts of the creation so indissolubly bound together that if one member suffers all the other members suffer with it, but, moreover, the soil itself would, to a certain extent, share in the fate of the ponds. The soil...
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Annual Report

New Jersey. State Dept. of Health - Public health - 1887
...embarrassment of the lungs, for in the human body one organ or function is so bound up with another that if one member suffers all the other members suffer with it. You cannot with impunity sin against one organ of the body. You cannot drown your stomach with beer...
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Annual report of the Department of Health of the State of New Jersey. 1886-87

1887
...embarrassment of the lungs, for in the human body one organ or function is so bound up with another that if one member suffers all the other members suffer with it. You cannot with impunity sin against one organ of the body. You cannot drown your stomach with beer...
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Monthly Homoeopathic Review, Volume 37

1893
...of every organ in the body other than the specially affected parts. For as we are told in Scripture that if one member suffers all the other members suffer with it, so in practice we can do much towards selecting the right remedy by noticing what we might call the...
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Good sense in religion: eleven lectures

Henry Reuben Rose - Universalism - 1894 - 239 pages
...organic life everywhere, for not only are all parts of the creation so indissolubly bound together that if one member suffers all the other members suffer with it, but, moreover, the soil itself would, to a certain extent, share in the fate of the ponds. The soil...
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Lessons in Physiology and Hygiene: In Two Books. Second Book for Advanced Grades

Joseph Chrisman Hutchison - Human physiology - 1895 - 327 pages
...also ascend into the head, and supply the muscles of the eye and ear, and other organs of sense. 18. In this manner the various regions of the body are...of the face by means of these sympathetic nerves. (Read Note 3.) slowly made, and always being more highly perfected, by means of which, with each impression...
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Minutes of the ... Annual Meeting

General Association of the Congregational Churches of Massachusetts - Religion - 1897
...politic civilized society may be compared, with some degree of exactness, to the human body; and that if one member suffers, all the other members suffer with it. We may also say, " that if thy right eye offend thee, pluck It out; it is better to enter into life...
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