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" All animated bodies soon discover it by the change it produces in them. The lungs, which a too rarefied air no longer expands, are contracted and become painful. Respiration is short and difficult, the skin parched and dry, and the body consumed by an... "
Letters Written During a Ten Years' Residence at the Court of Tripoli ... - Page 93
by Miss Tully - 1819
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A Family-text Book for the Country: Or, The Farmer at Home: Being a ...

John Lauris Blake - Agriculture - 1857 - 475 pages
...lungs, which a too rarified air no longer expands, are contracted, and become painful. Respiration is short and difficult, the skin parched and dry,...draughts of water ; nothing can restore perspiration. In vain is coolness sought for ; all bodies, in which it is usual to find it, deceive the hand that...
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The gallery of nature: a tour through creation

Thomas Milner - History - 1860
...which a too rarefied air no longer expands, are contracted and become painful. Respiration is eliort and difficult, the skin parched and dry, and the body...draughts of water ; nothing can restore perspiration. In vain is coolness sought for ; all bodies in which it is usual to find it deceive the hand that touches...
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The Boy's Yearly Book

John Tillotson - Children's literature, English - 1863
...continues. All living bodies soon discover it by the change it produces in them. The lungs are pained, breathing is short and difficult, the skin parched...and dry, and the body consumed by an internal heat. Neither drinking water nor anything else can restore perspiration. Marble. 320 iron, water, and all...
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Outlines of Physical Geography

George William Fitch, Alphonso J. Robinson, Charles Carroll Morgan - Physical geography - 1867 - 112 pages
...The lungs, which a too rarefied air no longer expands, are contracted and become painful. Respiration is short and difficult, the skin parched and dry,...an internal heat. In vain is recourse had to large drafts of water ; nothing can restore perspiration. In vain is coolness sought for ; all bodies in...
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THE CHRISTAIN MESSENGER.

GEORGE LAMB, CONFERENCE OFFICERS - 1871
...discover it by the change it produces in them. The lungs are contracted and become painful. Respiration is short and difficult, the skin parched and dry....consumed by an internal heat. In vain is recourse had to Ift-V 1 draughts of water ; nothing can restore perspiration. In vain is coolness sought for. The danger...
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Recollections of Four Years in Venezuela

Charles Daniel Dance - Venezuela - 1876 - 303 pages
...day." " If it were not for the mornings, we should be miserable," said M. Wilhelm ; "what pleasant and dry, and the body consumed by an internal heat...draughts of water ; nothing can restore perspiration. In vain is coolness sought for ; all bodies, in which it is usual to find it, deceive the hand that...
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Recollections of four years in Venezuela

Charles Daniel Dance - 1876
...day." " If it were not for the mornings, we should be miserable," said M. Wilhelm ; " what pleasant and dry, and the body consumed by an internal heat....draughts of water ; nothing can restore perspiration. In vain is coolness sought for; all bodies, in which it is usual to find it, deceive the hand that...
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A hundred wonders of the world in nature and art, ed. by J. Small

John Small - 1876
...continues. The lungs, which in too rarefied air no longer expand, are contracted and painful. Respiration is short and difficult, the skin parched and dry, and the body consumed by an intense heat. In vain is recourse had to large draughts of water, nothing can restore perspiration....
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Spiritual gleanings from creation and daily life

Rev. W. H. Wheeler - Spiritual life - 1884 - 307 pages
...thick ; the sun loses its splendour, while the wind increases in heat the longer it lasts. Respiration is short and difficult, the skin parched and dry,...in vain is recourse had to large draughts of water. Water sprinkled on the floor evaporates in a few minutes. Marble, iron, water, notwithstanding the...
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Wordsworth's Reading 1800-1815, Volume 2

Duncan Wu - Literary Criticism - 1995 - 307 pages
...by this wind bury their noses in the sand and keep them there till the squall is over. - Respiration is short and difficult, the skin parched and dry and the body consumed by an internal heat. No thing can restore perspiration (DC MS 28, 23r) I have collated the draft with Volney's Travels (2nd...
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