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" ... his discovery, and thus the discovery and his name are inseparable. Bell's first discoveries, on the other hand, became the foundation for farther discoveries in the same direction, not separated from his by distinct demarcation. To appreciate the... "
Viri Illustres: Acad. Jacob. Sext. Scot. Reg. Anno CCCmo - Page 17
by University of Edinburgh - 1884 - 67 pages
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Edinburgh Medical Journal, Volume 12, Part 1

Medicine - 1867
...from his by distinct demarcation. To appreciate the merit and the value of what he proved, we must try to imagine ourselves ignorant not only of all we know...are distinct nerves for motion and for sensation, and think of the utter- confusion which the nervous system must have then presented. Bell's discoveries...
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Historical Sketch of the Edinburgh Anatomical School

John Struthers - Edinburgh (Scotland) - 1867 - 94 pages
...from his by distinct demarcation. To appreciate the merit and the value of what he proved, we must try to imagine ourselves ignorant not only of all we know...are distinct nerves for motion and for sensation, and think of the utter confusion which the nervous system must have then presented. Bell's discoveries...
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