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" The sand of the deserts has the property of drying, in concurrence with the heat of the sun, as Dr. Shaw himself tells us: " The same violent heat may be the reason, likewise, why the carcasses of camels, and other creatures, which lie exposed in these... "
Letters Written During a Ten Years' Residence at the Court of Tripoli ... - Page 284
by Miss Tully - 1819
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Travels Or Observations Relating to Several Parts of Barbary and ..., Volume 2

Thomas Shaw - Africa, North - 1808
...violent heat may be the reason likewise, why the carcases of camels and other creatures, which lie exposed in these deserts, are quickly drained of that...continue a number of years without mouldering away. To the same cause also, succeeded afterwards by the coldness of the night, we may attribute the plentiful...
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A selection of curious articles from the Gentleman's magazine [compiled by J ...

Gentleman's magazine - 1809
...reason, likewise, why the carcasses of camels, 'and other creatures, which lie exposed in these desarts, are quickly drained of that moisture which would otherwise...continue a number of years without mouldering away." All, then, that we have to suppose is, that the sand, which first covered and preserved the bodies...
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A Selection of Curious Articles from the Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 2

John Walker - 1811
...violent heat may be the reason, likewise, why the carcasses of camels, and other creatures, which lie exposed in these deserts, are quickly drained of that...continue a number of years without mouldering away." All, then, that we have to suppose is, that the sand, which first covered and preserved the bodies...
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A Selection of Curious Articles from the Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 2

John Walker - 1811
...violent heat may be the reason, likewise, why the carcasses of camels, and other creatures, which lie exposed in these deserts, are quickly drained of that...bandages, they will continue a number of years without hiouldering away." All, then, that we have to suppose is, that the sand, which first covered and preserved...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 23

Sydney Smith, Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey, Macvey Napier, William Empson, Sir George Cornewall Lewis, Henry Reeve, Arthur Ralph Douglas Elliot (Hon.), Harold Cox - 1814
...our purpose, the carcases of camels and other creatures which lie exposed in the desarts, by being quickly drained of that moisture, which would otherwise dispose them to putrefaction, are thereby put, says Dr Shaw, into a state of preservation, and will continue a number of years without...
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The World Displayed, Or, A Collection of Voyages and Travels, Volume 5

Voyages and travels - 1815
...reason why the carcases of the camels, and other animals that lie exposed in these desarts, are soon drained of that moisture which would otherwise dispose them to putrefaction, and why they continue there a number of years without mouldering away. To the same cause, added to the...
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