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" must be taken in the direction contrary to that of the hands of a watch. The bands disappear in four positions 90 from each other. "
An Introduction to Physical Measurements: With Appendices on Absolute ... - Page 194
by Friedrich Wilhelm Georg Kohlrausch - 1899 - 476 pages
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On the Truths Contained in Popular Superstitions: With an Account of Mesmerism

Herbert Mayo - Parapsychology and medicine - 1851 - 248 pages
...motion in the direction of the hands of a watch. Odometer held over the opposite end. Result—Rotation in the direction contrary to that of the hands of a watch. XXX. The last experiment repeated. The forefinger of the operator's unengaged hand brought near to...
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On the Truths Contained in Popular Superstitions: With an Account of Mesmerism

Herbert Mayo - Parapsychology and medicine - 1851 - 248 pages
...motion in the direction of the hands of a watch. Odometer held over the opposite end. Result—Rotation in the direction contrary to that of the hands of a watch. XXX. The last experiment repeated. The forefinger of the operator's unengaged hand brought near to...
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On the truths contained in popular superstitions

Herbert Mayo - 1851
...motion in the direction of the hands of a watch. Odometer held over the opposite end. Result—Rotation in the direction contrary to that of the hands of a watch. XXX. The last experiment repeated. The forefinger of the operator's unengaged hand brought near to...
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On the Truths Contained in Popular Superstitions: With an Account of Mesmerism

Herbert Mayo - Apparitions - 1851 - 248 pages
...motion in the direction of the hands of a watch. Odometer held over the opposite end. Result—Rotation in the direction contrary to that of the hands of a watch. XXX. The last experiment repeated. The forefinger of the operator's unengaged hand brought near to...
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Popular Superstitions: And the Truth Contained Therein, with an Account of ...

Herbert Mayo - Trance - 1852 - 260 pages
...in the direction 19* of the hands of a watch. Odometer held over the opposite end. Result—Rotation in the direction contrary to that of the hands of a watch. XXX. The last experiment repeated. The forefinger of the operator's unengaged hand brought near to...
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An Elementary Treatise on the Planetary Theory: With a Collection of Problems

Charles Hartwell Horne Cheyne - Planetary theory - 1870 - 155 pages
...cos CT. Similarly, it may be shewn that =^ ae sin CT. Hence, the apse being supposed to move from L in the direction contrary to that of the hands of a watch, Q will be the centre of the instantaneous ellipse. If M l be positive and M 2 negative, it may be shewn...
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An introduction to physical measurements, tr. by T.H. Waller and H.R. Procter

Friedrich Wilhelm G. Kohlrausch - 1873
...Since it is the Nicol's prism nearest to the eye which is turned, the rotation, as seen by the eye, must be taken in the direction contrary to that of...disappear in four positions, 90 from each other. The measurement is made more accurate by observing in all the four quadrants, both with and without...
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Graphical Determination of Forces in Engineering Structures

James B. Chalmers - Engineering - 1881 - 405 pages
...Flff.14 SPiJi Jl.J?_Jv2__ p' Note that the sign of the couple is negative, as the turning action is in the direction contrary to that of the hands of a watch. The action at S of the impressed forces is of two kinds :— 1. There is a direct force consisting of the...
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Graphical Determination of Forces in Engineering Structures

James B. Chalmers - Engineering - 1881 - 405 pages
...any number of forces. Fig.15. Note that the sign of the couple is negative, as the turning action is in the direction contrary to that of the hands of a watch. The action at S of the impressed forces is of two kinds : — 1. There is a direct force consisting of...
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A treatise on elementary trigonometry. [With] Key, by H. Carr

John Bascombe Lock, Henry Carr (of Lagos.) - 1882
...in Euclid. In this case OP has turned from the position OR into the position OP by turning about O in the direction contrary to that of the hands of a watch. (ii) The angle ROP may represent the angle described by OP in turning from the position OR into the...
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