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" Garambullo", the only difference being in the size, this being a little larger. It is half an inch in length and a quarter of an inch in width, a little more or less. "
Transactions of the Academy of Science of Saint Louis - Page cxci
by Academy of Science of St. Louis - 1878
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A philosophical account of the works of nature: endeavouring to set forth ...

Richard Bradley - Botany - 1721 - 194 pages
...coming to its full Growth ; now fuppofing it but twenty Inches long, and ten Inches thick, it then grows half an Inch in length, and a quarter. of an Inch in breadth, one Day with another. The Leaves of the fame Plant, when they are full grown, .meafurc about...
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A philosophical account of the works of nature: as founded upon a plan of ...

Richard Bradley - Nature - 1739 - 299 pages
...coming to its full Growth ; now fuppofing it but 20 Inches long, and 10 Inches thick, it then grows half an Inch in Length, and a Quarter of an Inch in Breadth, one Day with another. The Leaves of the fame Plant, when they are full grown, meafure about...
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The natural history of insects, Volume 1

James Rennie, John Obadiah Westwood - Insects - 1829
...creatures, which, fixing on the naked skin, suck the live blood, and become distended to the size of half an inch in length, and a quarter of an inch in height and breadth. They swarm in such multitudes on cattle, and inflict such wounds, that these often...
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A report of the evidence and points of law, arising in the trial of John ...

John Francis Knapp, Isaac Parker, Massachusetts. Supreme Judicial Court, Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress) - Law - 1830 - 74 pages
...side of the body and in and to the heart of him the said Joseph White, several mortal wounds and stabs half an inch in length, and a quarter of an inch in width, and six . . ... , - . ' \ ' ?. , ' * i - inches in depth, of whioli said several...
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The Faculties of Birds

James Rennie - Birds - 1835 - 338 pages
..." is placed horizontally before you, the tubulated bony portion of the external ear is seen nearly half an inch in length, and a quarter of an inch in diameter, pointing backwards and upwards at an angle of 45 or thereabouts. To this tube in the living...
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The Saturday magazine

1842
...and tells us, in the case of the hare, tkit the tubulated bony portion of the external ear is nearly half an inch in length, and a quarter of an inch in diameter, pointing backwards and upwards at an angle of forty-five degrees, or thereabouts. The backward...
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The Boy's Treasury of Sports, Pastimes, and Recreations

Amusements - 1844 - 464 pages
...economical kind of microscope, invented by the late Earl of Stanhope. It is a cylinder of glass, about half an inch in length, and a quarter of an inch in diameter, and is generally mounted in white metal, silver, or gold. Both ends are ground convex, one...
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A natural history of the mammalia, Volume 1

George Robert Waterhouse - Nature - 1846 - 33 pages
...and armed with large, solid, and nearly straight nails that of the middle toe being usually about an inch in length, and a quarter of an inch in width ; the shortest, which is found on the inner toe, is four or five lines in length : they are all rounded...
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The boy's treasury of sports, pastimes, and recreations: With nearly four ...

Amusements - 1850 - 464 pages
...economical kind of microscope, invented by the late Earl of Stanhope. It is a cylinder of glass, about half an inch in length and a quarter of an inch in diameter, and is generally mounted in white metal, silver, or gold. Both ends are ground convex, one...
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Transactions of the Tyneside Naturalists' Field Club

...form. The spire has about eight slightly-convex whorls, which are quite smooth. It is sometimes nearly an inch in length, and a quarter of an inch in width. ORDER. SCUTIBRANCHIATA, Cuvier. FAMILY. CALYPTB-EID.E, Gray. 13. CALYPTR^IA, Lamarck. 1. C. ANTIQUA,...
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