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" Every blade of grass, and every branch of tree, would drip with moisture, deposited by the passing air, our dresses would become wet and dripping, and umbrellas useless, but our miseries would not end here. The inside of our houses would become wet ;... "
Air and health - Page 163
by Ronald Campbell Macfie - 1909 - 345 pages
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Transactions of the Sanitary Institute of Great Britain, Volume 4

Public health - 1883
...convert everything on the surface of the earth into a condenser, on which it would deposit itself. Every blade of grass, and every branch of tree would...useless ; but our miseries would not end here. The inside of our houses would become wet; the walls and every object in the room would run with moisture....
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Transactions, Volume 4

Sanitary Institute of Great Britain - Public health - 1883
...convert everything on the surface of the earth into a condenser, on which it would deposit itself. Every blade of grass, and every branch of tree would...useless ; but our miseries would not end here. The inside of our houses would become wet ; the walls and every object in the room would run with moisture....
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the sanitary record

ernest hart - 1883
...convert everything on the surface of the earth into a condenser, on which it would deposit itself. Every blade of grass, and every branch of tree, would...useless, but our miseries would not end here. The inside of our houses would become wet ; the walls and every object in the room would run with moisture....
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 39; Volume 102

1884
...the earth's surface into a condenser, on which it would deposit itself. In this case, we are told, every blade of grass and every branch of tree would...moisture deposited by the passing air ; our dresses would be- . come wet and dripping, and umbrellas useless ; and to add a climax of discomfort, theinsidesof...
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The Journal of Microscopy and Natural Science, Volume 7

Microscope and microscopy - 1888
...filtered air, act NEW SERIES. VOL. I. l888. Q as a condenser. Every blade of grass and every branch of a tree would drip with moisture deposited by the passing...would become wet and dripping and umbrellas useless. Worse than this, the inside of our houses would become wet ; the walls and every object in the room...
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Transactions of the Seventh International Congress of Hygiene ..., Volumes 5-6

1892
...everything on the surface of the earth into a condenser, every blade of grass and every branch of a tree would drip with moisture deposited by the passing...umbrellas useless ; but our miseries would not end here, for the inside of our houses would become wet, the walls and every object in the room would run down...
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Nature, Volume 45

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1892
...everything on the surface of the earth into a condenser ; every blade of grass and every branch of a tree would drip with moisture deposited by the passing...become wet and dripping, and umbrellas useless ; but o-.ir miseries would not end here, for the inside of our houses would become wet, the walls and every...
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Nature, Volume 45

Sir Norman Lockyer - Science - 1892
...everything on the surface of the earth into a condenser ; every blade of grass and every branch of a tree would drip with moisture deposited by the passing...become wet and dripping, and umbrellas useless ; but o'.ir miseries would not end here, for the inside of our houses would become wet, the walls and every...
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Transactions of the Seventh International Congress of Hygiene ..., Volumes 4-7

Charles Edward Shelly - Demography - 1892
...everything on the surfa< of the earth into a condenser, every blade of grass and every branch of a tree would drip with moisture deposited by the passing air, our dresses would become wet mid dripping, and umbrellas useless ; but our miseries would not end here, for the inside of our houses...
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Transactions of the seventh International congress of hygiene and demography ...

International congress of hygiene and demography. 7th - Medical - 1892
...everything on the surface of the earth into a condenser, every blade of grass mid every branch of a tree would drip with moisture deposited by the passing air, our dresses would become wet mid dripping, and umbrellas useless ; but our miseries would not end here, for the inside of our houses...
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