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" ... such movements will be performed mechanically, and without much, if any, attention to them on the part of the grey surface of the brain. A man who is in the habit of writing much never thinks of the way in which he forms his letters on the paper,... "
Physician and patient (Boston, Mass.) - Page 6
1880 - 104 pages
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The Library Magazine, Volume 3

Choice literature - 1880
...way in which he forms his letters on the paper, over which his pen seems to fly quite mechanically. The same holds good for the various kinds of needlework,...which the action is composed, the time at our disposal would not suffice for the hundredth part of the work which we actually get through in life ; and some...
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The Musical Times, Volume 21

Music - 1880
...as walking, dressing, singing, and playing on musical 'nstruments : If each time (says Dr. Althaus) we do anything of that sort, a conscious effort were...which the action is composed, the time at our disposal would not suffice for the hundredth >art of the work which we actually get through in life ; and some...
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The functions of the brain, a popular essay

Julius Althaus - 1880
...way in which he forms his letters on the paper, over -which his pen seems to fly quite mechanically. The same holds good for the various kinds of needlework, embroidery, playing the piano, the violin, etc. If each time we do anything of that sort, a conscious effort were necessary...
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On Sclerosis of the Spinal Cord: Including Locomotor Ataxy, Spastic Spinal ...

Julius Althaus - Friedreich's ataxia - 1885 - 394 pages
...way in which he forms his letters on the paper, over which his pen seems to fly quite mechanically. The same holds good for the various kinds of needlework, embroidery, playing the piano, the violin, dancing, riding on horseback, singing, decent eating and drinking, etc. If,...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 144

1880
...way in which he forms his letters on the paper, over which his pen seems to fly quite mechanically. The same holds good for the various kinds of needlework, embroidery, playing on the piano, the violin, etc. If, each time we do anything of that sort, a conscious effort were necessary for all the different...
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