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Page 184 - COTTON SPINNING (Honours, or Third Year). By THOMAS THORNLEY. 216 pp. Seventy-four Illustrations. Crown 8vo. 1901. Price 5s. ; India and British Colonies, 5s. 6d. ; Other Countries, 6s. ; strictly net. Contents. Syllabuses and Examination Papers of the City and Guilds of London Institute.
Page 67 - ... floral centerpiece may be placed small dishes containing preserved ginger, macaroons or bon-bons. Salt-cellars and pepper-boxes are next located on the table, and the places are laid for the guests. The proper number of forks is placed to the left. The knives and spoons are placed at the right. They are placed in the order in which they are to be used. Not more than three forks should ever appear on the table at one time. If others are needed they should be placed with their respective courses....
Page 68 - It is the same model, and, making allowance for the fact that the one is on the right and the other on the left of the central panel, the pose is identical.
Page 134 - ... was so intense that he took it for granted that someone had placed a bright lamp close to him, behind his head. Then, we may understand, the moorings of 479 sense-consciousness were cut, and he soared into those realms of which none speaks. In order to concentrate the mind, it will be understood, it is first of all necessary that we should be able to forget the body. It is for this purpose that asceticism is practised, and austerities undertaken. Throughout his life, a period of strict tapasya...
Page vii - As we must now keep within clearly defined limits, we shall treat here only the work of bookbinding proper as far as it is concerned with the making of the book for publisher, bookseller, and buyer, and also the making of account-books, whilst the other work given to the binder, commonly called "fancy goods,