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" We do not, of course,' say Messrs. De la Rue, Stewart, and Loewy, ' imagine that we have as yet determined the nature of the influence exerted by these planets on the sun ; but we would, nevertheless, refer to an opinion expressed by Professor Tait, "... "
Öfversigt af Kongl. Vetenskaps-akademiens förhandlingar - Page 19
by Kungl. Svenska vetenskapsakademien - 1882
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The Living Age ..., Volume 105

Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1870
...imagine that we have as yet determined the nature of the influence by these planets on the sun ; but we would nevertheless, refer to an opinion expressed...influenced by the neighbourhood of a large body.' Now an influence of this kind would naturally be most powerful upon a body such aa the sun, which possesses...
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The Popular Science Review, Volume 6

James Samuelson, Henry Lawson, William Sweetland Dallas - Science - 1867
...we have as yet determined the nature of the influence exerted by these planets on the sun ; but we would, nevertheless, refer to an opinion expressed...influenced by the neighbourhood of a large body.' Now, an influence of this kind would naturally be most powerful upon a body such as the sun, which...
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Year Book of Facts in Science and Art

John Timbs - Science - 1868
...which the planet exerts in producing the spot. But they call attention to Professor Tait's opinion " that the properties of a body, especially those with...influenced by the neighbourhood of a large body," and that an influence of this kind will be more powerful in the proportion of the intensity of the...
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MacMillan's Magazine, Volume 18

Sir George Grove, David Masson, John Morley, Mowbray Morris - 1868
...but we would " nevertheless refer to an opinion ex" pressed by Professor Tait, that the pro" perties of a body, especially those with " respect to heat and light, may be in" fluenced by the neighbourhood of a ' large body. Now an influence of this ' kind would naturally...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

Industrial arts - 1868
...thought to be suggested in an opinion expressed by Prof. Tate, "that the properties of a body, especial^' those with respect to heat and light, may be influenced by the neighborhood of a large body ; " and an influence of this kind would naturally be most powerful upon...
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The Living Age, Volume 105

Language Arts & Disciplines - 1870
...imagine ttuit we have as yet determined the nature of the influence by these planets on the sun ; but we would nevertheless, refer to an opinion expressed...influenced by the neighbourhood of a large body.' Now an influence of this kind would naturally be most powerful upon a body such as the sun, which possesses...
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Contributions to solar physics: I. A popular account of inquiries into the ...

Sir Norman Lockyer - Sun - 1874 - 676 pages
...that we have as yet determined the nature of the influence exerted by these planets on the sun; but we would nevertheless refer to an opinion expressed by...be influenced by the neighbourhood of a large body. Now an influence of this kind would naturally be most powerful upon a body such as the sun, which possesses...
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The British Quarterly Review, Volume 51

Henry Allon - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1870
...we have as yet determined the nature of the influence exerted by these planets on the sun ; but we would, nevertheless, refer to an opinion expressed...influenced by the neighbourhood of a large body." Now an influence of this kind would naturally be most powerful upon a body such as the sun, which possesses...
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QUARTERLY REVIEW

HODDER AND STOUGHTON - 1870
...the influence exerted by these planets on the sun ; but we would, nevertheless, refer to an opiniou expressed by Professor Tait, " that the properties...influenced by the neighbourhood of a large body." Now an influence of this kind would naturally be most powerful upon a body such as the sun, wliich...
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The British Quarterly Review, Volume 51

Robert Vaughan - 1870
...planets on the sun ; but we would, nevertheless, refer to an opinion expressed by Professor Tait, " th;\t the properties of a body, especially those with respect...light, may be influenced by the neighbourhood of a largo body." Now an influence of this kind would naturally be most powerful upon a body such as the...
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