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" It has also been conjectured that they are at incessant warfare among themselves, and that we form the spoil of the stronger party. Be this as it may, we are at any rate intimately bound up with, and, so to speak, at the mercy of, a world of creatures,... "
The Conservation of Energy: Being an Elementary Treatise on Energy and Its Laws - Page 2
by Balfour Stewart - 1883 - 180 pages
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Thoughts on Religion and Philosophy

William Gresley - Apologetics - 1875 - 309 pages
...fleas, and so ml inftnitum." ' Be this as it may, we are at any rate inti144 ALL ORDAINED BY GOD. mately bound up with, and, so to speak, at the mercy of a...little as of the inhabitants of the planet Mars." Some, indeed, we know more intimately than we could wish — the gnat, the flea, the mosquito, and...
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Thoughts on Religion and Philosophy

William Gresley - Apologetics - 1875 - 309 pages
...fleas, and so ad injluitum." " Be this as it may, we are at any rate inti144 ALL ORDAINED BY GOD. mately bound up with, and, so to speak, at the mercy of a...little as of the inhabitants of the planet Mars." Some, indeed, we know more intimately than we could wish — the gnat, the flea, the mosquito, and...
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The Conservation of Energy

Balfour Stewart - Force and energy - 1876 - 236 pages
...incessant warfare among themselves, and that we form the spoil of the stronger party. Be this as it may, wo are at any rate intimately bound up with, and, so...speak, at the mercy of, a world of creatures, of which wo know as little as of the inhabitants of the planet Mars. 6. Yet, even here, with profound ignorance...
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The scepticism of the nineteenth century, selections from the latest works ...

William Gresley - 1879
...little fleas upon their backs to bite 'em, And little fleas have lesser fleas, and so ad infinitum. " " Be this as it may, we are at any rate intimately bound...little as of the inhabitants of the planet Mars." Some indeed we know more intimately than we could wish, the gnat, the flea, the mosquito, and other...
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Humboldt library of science, Issue 7

1880
...warfare among themselves, and that we form the spoil of tlie stronger party. Be this as it may, we arc at any rate intimately bound up with, and, so to speak,...we are not altogether unacquainted with some of the habus of these powerful predatory communities. Thus we know that cholera is eminently * low-level disease,...
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The Conservation of Energy

The International Scientific Series - 1896
...are told by some writers * that the very air wo breathe is absolutely teeming with germs, and that WP are surrounded on all sides by an innumerable array...as little as of the inhabitants of the planet Mars. G. Yet, even here, with profound ignorance of the individual, we are not altogether unacquainted with...
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Alumni Report, Volume 33, Issues 1-9

Philadelphia College of Pharmacy. Alumni Association - 1896
...it would be equivalent, as Balfour Stewart puts it, in "The Conservation of Energy," to the study " of a world of creatures of which we know as little as of the inhabitants of the planet Mars." The professors do not generally consider the •value of time in the life of the student. If you are...
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American Journal of Pharmacy, Volume 72

Pharmacology - 1900
...Balfour Stewart, referred to the micro-organisms that were suspected of causing disease as representing a world of creatures, of which we know as little as of the inhabitants of Mars. How much attention has been given to the study of the different micro-organisms, bacteria in...
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American Journal of Pharmacy, Volume 72

Pharmacology - 1900
...Balfour Stewart, referred to the micro-organisms that were suspected of causing disease as representing a world of creatures, of which we know as little as of the inhabitants of Mars. How much attention has been given to the study of the different micro-organisms, bacteria in...
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