Transactions of the Academy of Science of Saint Louis

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Academy of Science of St. Louis, 1895 - Science
"Celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of the first meeting," in v. 16.
 

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Page 55 - ... the parallel of latitude of thirty-six degrees and thirty minutes; thence, west, along the same, to a point where the said parallel is intersected by a meridian line passing through the middle of the mouth of the Kansas river, where the same empties into the Missouri river; thence, from the point aforesaid, north, along the said meridian line, to the intersection of the parallel of latitude which passes through the rapids of the river Des Moines...
Page 55 - Beginning in the middle of the Mississippi river, on the parallel of thirty-six degrees of north latitude ; thence west, along that parallel of latitude, to the St. Francois river ; thence up, and following the course of that river, in the middle of the main channel thereof, to the parallel of latitude of thirty-six degrees and thirty minutes ; thence west, along the same, to a point where the said parallel is intersected by a meridian line passing through the middle of the mouth of the Kansas river,...
Page 55 - Moines, making the said line to correspond with the Indian boundary line; thence east, from the point of intersection last aforesaid, along the said parallel of latitude, to the middle of the channel of the main fork of the said River Des Moines; thence, down and along the middle of the main channel of the said River Des Moines, to the mouth of the same, where it empties into the Mississippi River; thence, due east, to the middle of the main channel of the Mississippi River; thence down, and following...
Page 219 - UB no assurance that the future will be like the past A mean may be reckoned on with the most implicit confidence. All the philosophical value of statistical results depends on a due appreciation of this distinction, and acceptance of its consequences.
Page 133 - It appeal's that the comparative rate of growth of dull, mediocre, and precocious children of the same sex is the same at all ages, from 7 to 16, inclusive.
Page 55 - Sketch of the Western part of the Continent of North America between Latitudes 35° and 52° N.", shows that the results of the expedition of Lewis and Clark were incorporated in the maps of the period.
Page 265 - ... group. IV. The determination of the mean physical development of the pupils in each class or grade of the school system. V. The physical examination of each applicant for entrance to any grade. These data permit the enforcement of the following regulation : No pupil whose physical development deviates more than ąd from the weight, etc. of the mean pupil of his height in a class which his mental output would otherwise entitle him to enter shall be admitted to that class unless with the approval...
Page 55 - River; thence from the point aforesaid, north, along the said meridian line, to the intersection of the parallel of latitude which passes through the rapids of the River Des Moines, making the said line to correspond with the Indian boundary line; thence east, from the point of intersection last aforesaid, along the said parallel of latitude, to the middle of the channel of the main fork of the said River Des Moines; thence, down and along the middle of the main channel of the said River Des Moines,...
Page 51 - Chile, 1905-1910 ; et al. 98 There is a copy of this work in the library of The Hispanic Society, New York City. Uchucachi mircapatchi yarparacushunqui ! Uchucachi, ayhuala ! ayhualarac ! !" There is only a rime caused by two equal verbal forms, and no regular number of syllables.
Page 136 - No child whose weight or height is below the average (median or norm) for its age should be permitted to enter a school grade beyond the average of its age except after such a physical examination as shall make it probable that the child's strength is equal to the strain.

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