Meteorologia veterum Graecorum et Romanorum: prolegomena ad novam Meteorologicorum Aristotelis

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in commissis Godofredi Caroli Nauckii, 1832 - Meteorology - 254 pages
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Page 191 - colligit ignes, Si nigrum obscuro comprenderit ara cornu, Maximus agricolis pelagoque parabitur imber. At si virgineum suffuderit ore ruborem, Ventus erit: vento semper rubet urea Phoebe. Sin ortu quarto (namque is certissimus auctor) Pura, eque obtusis per coelum cornibus
Page 166 - are heard at a considerable distance in severe cold weather, has often been a subject of remarks; but a circumstance occurred at Port-Bowen, which deserves to be noticed, as affording a short measure of this facility. Lieutenant Forster hawing occasion to send a man from the Observatory to the opposite shore of the harbour a measured distance
Page 218 - sol pluviaeve rsolvant : Indurat Boreas perpetuamque facit. Ergo ubi delicuit nondum prior, altera venit : Et solet in multis bima manere locis. Tantaque commoti vis est Aquilonis, ut altas Acqut humo turres, tectaque rapta ferat.
Page 166 - heard people distinctly conversing, in a common tone of voice, at the distance of a mile; and to-day I heard a man singing to himself as he walked along the
Page 180 - diu macerata sit, crassius medicamentum an aquatius traxerit, saepius mersa sit et excocta, an semel tincta. Non est ergo mirum, cum duae res sint, sol et nubes, id est corpus et spculum, si tam multa genera colorum
Page 230 - adsidua consuetudine capti, studium belli gerendi agricultura commutent; ne latos fines parare studeant, potcntioresque -humiliores possessionibus expellant, ne accuratius ad
Page 87 - tenues, quam sunt nebulae fumeique volantes. Nam cadere aut bruto deberent pondere pressae, . , Ut lapides; aut ut fumus constare nequirent, Nec cohibere niveis glidas et grandinis
Page 218 - Et solet in multis bima manere locis. Tantaque commoti vis est Aquilonis, ut altas Acqut humo turres, tectaque rapta ferat.
Page 180 - fit, quam quia pars coloris a sole est, pars a nube illa: humor autem modo caeruleas lineas, modo virides, modo purpurae smiles et lteas aut gneas ducit, duobus coloribus
Page 64 - observare mnimos ambitus') redire easdem vices quadriennio exacto Eudoxus putat: non ventorum modo,, verum et reliquarum tempestatum magna ex parte. Nostra aetate cyclum

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