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Page 111 - If there is no air resistance, the total mechanical energy of the shell remains constant from the time it leaves the muzzle of the gun until it...
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Page 196 - ... in a line with those on the barrel. Make a mark on the wire even with the muzzle and force the bullet toward the muzzle.
Page 179 - ... state, and much other correspondence resulted from the grateful acknowledgment of our government to General R. Wilson, governor of Gibraltar, and Sir George Sartorious, master of the Malabar, for help in fighting the flames. The tragedy and the resulting friendly exchanges with the British authorities made a deep impression on the people of the United States, and President Tyler in his third annual message of December, 1883, devoted part of it to a recital of the tragedy and an acknowledgment...