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" This circula:ion is as essential to the earth in making it a fit habitation for living things, as the circulation of blood is in keeping our bodies alive. It mixes and washes the air, clearing away impurities, such as those which rise from the chimneys... "
Physical Geography - Page 47
by Sir Archibald Geikie - 1885 - 119 pages
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Physical Geography

Archibald Geikie - Physical geography - 1876 - 119 pages
...supporting vegetation. It supplies springs, brooks, and rivers. In short, it is the very mainspiing of all the life of the globe. So important a part...Let us next attend, therefore, to what becomes of the rain and the snow after they have been discharged from the air upon the su'rface of the earth....
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Physical Geography

Sir Archibald Geikie - Physical geography - 1877 - 119 pages
...the solid earth beneath and the air above. This circulation is as essential to the earth in making washes the air, clearing away impurities, such as...Let us next attend, therefore, to what becomes of the rain and the snow after they have been discharged from the air upon the surface of the earth. THE...
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Astronomy

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1882 - 120 pages
...is thus a circulation of water between the solid earth beneath and the air above. This circula:ion is as essential to the earth in making it a fit habitation...Let us next attend, therefore, to what becomes of the rain and the snow after they have been discharged from the air upon the surface of the earth. THE...
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A Public School German Primer: Comprising a First Reader, Grammar, and ...

Otto Siepmann - German language - 1897 - 360 pages
...as the circulation of blood is in keeping our bodies alive. It mixes and washes the air, and clears away impurities, such as those which rise from the...the very mainspring of all the life of the globe. Exercise 28 Drill. — 1. Name the Conjunctions which do not aflect the order of Subject and Verb in...
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The Chautauquan, Volume 4

1884
...We have learned further, that the vapor of which clouds are formed is resolved into rain and snow, and, in one or other of these forms, descends to the...Let us next attend, therefore, to what becomes of the rain and the snow after they have been discharged from the air upon the surface of the earth. [To...
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