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John Michels
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Contents

SCIENCE
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Shaler N S Lower Silurian Limestones
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C Scriptoribus et Lectoribus Salutera 2 western States
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The Popular
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Learning Edward Microphotographs 167 ley 662
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Science Monthly
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Psychology At Chicago 81 E B Titchener 426
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Shepard Willam A death of 668
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I Les oscillations 61ectriques H Poin
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Thomson E Intercommunication among Wolves
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Lee Fredbick S Carl Ludwig 630 McDonald J Donnell Expedition of
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Tree and the Cone 650
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Holden Edward S Mars 529 Decoration 615
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Hough Walter Distribution of Blow Gun 425
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Tsetsaut
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Gizycki Oeorg von death of 364 Hallock William Photographic Method of Compar
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Gophers Pocket C Hart Merriam J A ALLEN Solar System 29
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teurs with small telescopes may view many of
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van Cambrian Faunas 670
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Rainfall Charts of the United States Harringtons
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Skeleton Variations in the Human
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White David The Pottsville Series 64 Tables at 249 Biological Lectures for 1894
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Leidy Joseph Bust of 724 353
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Insect Life 584
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Tubercular Consumption Prize for Best Essay
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Rainv Lake Gold Region H V Winchell and U
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New Books 28 56 84 112 140 168 196 224 252 Rev Richard Owen 209 The Life and Corre
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Iowa Academy of Sciences 111
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Leys Cloudland 678 Macdonald A Sensitiveness to Pain 43
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James Joseph F Dainionelix and Allied Fossil 420
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Rawlinson Sir Henry
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Graduate Courses 724 Hart Edward Chemical Analysis Fr Rudorff
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between Animals and Plants
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Reforestation The Specious Term
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Willey Arthur Amphioxus 645 Wright Frederick G Glacial Phenomena 60
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Regression and Organic Stability 498
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Skulls Classification of Harrison Allen 381
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Karakoram Himalayas
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Hart Zoological Nomenclature 18 382
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Lick Observatory A Large Reflector for Edwabd S MacKenzic A S Attraction of Crystalline and Iso
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McMurrichs Invertebrate Morph
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Wilson W P Introduction to Botany Volney M Kii Awa and Tosa Wm M Fontaine 525
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Mexican Boundary Remarking the O 349 Shipley F R C Reed W H Dall 610
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Gravity Measurements Herbert G Ogden 571 583 Hayden Everett National Geographic Societv
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Woodhulls First Course in Science
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Weather Service New York State 320
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Linnaan Society 83 696 Mammals Brissons Genera of C Habt Mebeiam
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Newcomb Simon Associate of Acadmie des Sciences Palmer T S The Generic Name of the Threetoed
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Keeler James E Spectroscopic Observations
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Greene Andrew H Historic and Scenic Places 500 Helmholtz H 55 333 Memorial 499 612 721
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Lister Sir Joseph Presentation of Albert Medal Markham Clemens R Antarctic Expedition
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Weed Walter H and Louis V Pirsson Geology
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Keeler James E Saturn 616
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Mills Wesley T Psychic Development of Young C H M
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Women at Oxford 473 585 Station American Students at the Naples
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Keith Arthur The Appalachians 58
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Gregory Richard A The Planet Earth T C M Herbarium of Ronsseau
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Locy William A Primitive Metamerism 68 Pineal Apart 235 The Distribution of Sledges 490
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Nordau Max Degeneration John S Billings 465 Bacillus 169
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Lombard Dr Death of 249 of the American 110 The International Con
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Neumann Franz Death of
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Kemp G T Extraction of Blood Gases 117
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Lowell Percival Mars 529 616 640 Matthew W D Effusive and Dike Rocks
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Herrick C L Modern Algedonic Theories 672
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Kent William The Mechanical Engineers Pocket
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Salisbury Rollin D The Water Supply Geolog
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Wheeler E S Density and Diameter of Terrestrial
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Kirkwood Daniel Death of
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Hageman S G Egyptological Work 613 Hobbs W H Boroeol and Isolwrneol
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Oxford University of 27 640 697 Positions in Toronto Application for
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Kulz Prof Death of 220
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Kundt death of 55
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Sanford E C Psychological Studies 42

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Page 12 - As a unit of resistance, the international ohm, which is based upon the ohm equal to 10" units of resistance of the CGS system of electromagnetic units, and is represented by the resistance offered to an unvarying electric current by a column of mercury at the temperature of melting ice, 14.4521 grams in mass, of a constant cross-sectional area and of the length of 106.3 centimetres.

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