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" ... a high degree of specific gravity, particularly if the appearance be not metallic ; and a high degree of hardness. The observation of these will immediately decide whether an individual can belong to any particular class, order, genus, or species.... "
Treatise on Mineralogy: Or, The Natural History of the Mineral Kingdom - Page 384
by Friedrich Mohs - 1825
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Treatise on mineralogy, or The natural history of the mineral ..., Volume 1

Friedrich Mohs - 1825
...individual can belong to any particular class, order, genus, or species. It is understood, that if it be not thereby excluded, the other characters must next...INDIVIDUALS, BY MEANS OF THE CHARACTERISTIC. EXAMPLE. An individual, which has been carried through the characters of the classes, orders, genera and species,...
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Mineralogy According to the Natural History System: Forming the Article ...

Robert Jameson - Mineralogy - 1837 - 283 pages
...individual can belong to any particular class, order, genus, or species. It is understood, that if it be not thereby excluded, the other characters must next...with which it has been compared and found to agree. Example. The following example may serve as an illustration : Let the form of an unknown mineral...
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A System of Crystallography: With Its Application to Mineralogy

John Joseph Griffin - Crystallography - 1841 - 469 pages
...individual can belong to any particular class, order, genus, or species. It is understood, that if it be not thereby excluded, the other characters must next...with which it has been compared and found to agree. " An individual, which has been carried through the characters of the classes, orders, genera, and...
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A System of Crystallography,: With Its Application to Mineralogy

John Joseph Griffin - Crystallography - 1841 - 489 pages
...or species. It is understood, that if it bo not thereby excluded, the other characters must next bo examined, till either an excluding one be found, or...with which it has been compared and found to agree. " An individual, which has been carried through the characters of the classes, orders, genera, and...
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A system of crystallography, with its application to mineralogy

John Joseph Griffin - Science - 1841 - 469 pages
...understood, that if it be not thereby excluded, the other characters must next be examined, till cither an excluding one be found, or if not, the individual...with which it has been compared and found to agree. An individual, which has been carried through the characters of the classes, orders, genera,...
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