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" ... until it reaches some rock through which it cannot readily make further way. All this while it has been followed by other drops, coursing after it through its winding passage down to the same barrier at the bottom. The union of all these drops forms... "
Physical Geography - Page 55
by Sir Archibald Geikie - 1885 - 119 pages
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Nature, Volume 7

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1873
...through its winding passage down to the same barrier at the bottom. The union of all these drops forms an accumulation of water, which is continually pressed...as a gushing spring (see Physics Primer, Art. 23). " Thus each of the numerous springs which issue out of the ground is a proof that there is a circulation...
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Nature, Volume 7

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1873
...through its winding passage down to the same barrier at the bottom. The union of all these drops forms an accumulation of water, which is continually pressed...as a gushing spring (see Physics Primer, Art 23). " Thus each of the numerous springs which issue out of the ground is a proof that there is a circulation...
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Physical Geography

Archibald Geikie - Physical geography - 1876 - 119 pages
...through its winding passage down to the same barrier at the bottom. The union of all these drops forms an accumulation of water, which is continually pressed...as a gushing spring (see Physics Primer, Art. 23). 116. Thus each of the numerous springs which issue out of the ground is a proof that there is a circulation...
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Physical Geography

Sir Archibald Geikie - Physical geography - 1877 - 119 pages
...passage down to the same barrier at the bottom. I he union of all these drops forms an accumulation "f water, which is continually pressed by what is descending...downward, the pent-up water must try to find escape i some other direction. By the pressure from above it is driven through other cracks and passages,...
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Astronomy

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1882 - 120 pages
...through its winding passage down to the same barrier at the bottom. The union of all these drops forms an accumulation of water, which is continually pressed...as a gushing spring (see Physics Primer, Art. 23). . 1 1 6. Thus each of the numerous springs which issue out of the ground is a proof that there is a...
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The Chautauquan, Volume 4

1884
...several thousand feet, until it reaches some rock through which it can not readily make further way. Unable to work its way downward, the pent-up water...surface again. It breaks out there as a gushing spring. Rain is water nearly in a state of purity. After journeying up and down underground it comes out again...
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