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" Anatomy as a compendious, reliable, and, notwithstanding its small dimensions, most comprehensive guide on the subject of which it treats. To praise or to criticise the work of so accomplished a master of his favorite science would be equally out of place.... "
Nature - Page 245
edited by - 1872
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Nature, Volume 5

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1872
...called Outturn auraniiacum. At. С. С HUXLEY'S MANUAL OF THE ANATOMY OF VERTEBRATED ANIMALS* '""PHIS long-expected work will be cordially welcomed -••...exposed have been stated with sufficient fulness. > It is a wholesome and encouraging sign of the scientific literature and teaching of the day, that...
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Appletons' Journal of Literature, Science and Art, Volume 7

Language Arts & Disciplines - 1872
...master of his favorite science would be equally out of place. It is enough to say that it realizes in a remarkable degree the anticipations which have...formed of it: and that it presents an extraordinary cjmbination of wide, general views, with the clear, accurate, and succinct statement of a prodigious...
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THE REVIEWERS REVIEWED;

ALEXANDER H. STEPHENS. - 1872
...master of his favorite science would be equally out of place. It is enough to say that it realizes, in a remarkable degree, the anticipations which have...with the clear, accurate, and succinct statement of a prodigious number of individual facts. "—Nature. NICHOLSON.— A MANUAL QF ZOOLOGY, for the Use of...
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On the origin of species, or, The causes of the phenomena of organic nature

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1872 - 150 pages
...master of his favorite science would be equally out of place. It is enough to say that it realizes in a remarkable degree the anticipations which have...with the clear, accurate, and succinct statement of a prodigious number of individual facts."— Nature. THE WOELD BEFOEE THE DELUGE. By Louis FIOUIER. The...
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A Woman's Experience in Europe: Including England, France, Germany, and Italy

Mrs. E. D. Wallace - Europe - 1872 - 315 pages
...master of his favorite science would be equally out of place. It is enough to say that it realizes in a remarkable degree the anticipations which have...with the clear, accurate, and succinct statement of a prodigious number of individual facts." — Mature. THE WORLD BEFOEE THE DELUGE. By Louis FIOUIER....
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Recollections of Past Life

Sir Henry Holland - Physicians - 1872 - 351 pages
...master of his favorite science would be equally out of place. It is enough to say that it realizes in a remarkable degree the anticipations which have...with the clear, accurate, and succinct statement of a prodigious number of individual facts."— Mature. THE WORLD BEFORE THE DELUGE. By Louis FIGUIER. The...
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Healthy Houses: A Handbook to the History, Defects, and Remedies of Drainage ...

William Eassie - Architecture - 1872 - 228 pages
...master of his favorite science would be equally out of place. It is enough to say that it realizes in a remarkable degree the anticipations which have...combination of wide, general views, with the clear, aecurate, and suecinet statement of a prodigious number of individual facts."— Nature. THE WORLD...
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Healthy Houses: A Handbook to the History, Defects, and Remedies of Drainage ...

William Eassie - Heating - 1872 - 228 pages
...place. It is enough to say that it realizes in a remarkable degree the anticipations which have bcen formed of it; and that it presents an extraordinary...with the clear, accurate, and succinct statement of a prodigious number of individual facts. ' '— Kature. THE WOELD BEFOEE THE DELUGE. By Louis FIGUIER....
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A Treatise on diseases of the bones

Thomas Masters Markoe - 1872 - 416 pages
...master of his favorite science would oe eqnally ont nf place. It is enough to say that It realizes. In a remarkable degree, the anticipations which have...It presents an extraordinary combination of wide. sencral views, with the clear, accurate, and eucclnct statement of a prodigious number of individual...
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Electricity in its relations to practical medicine

Moritz Meyer - 1872 - 506 pages
...science would Be equally ont of place. It is enough to say that it realizes. In a remarkable dogree, the anticipations which have been formed of it; and that it presents an extraordinary combination of wldf. tvuerul views, with the cl<-nr, accurate, and succinct statement of a prodigious number of individual...
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