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" ... feet from each other, and a similar rope runs between them, three or four feet lower, being connected with the upper ropes by more slender ropes, also usually of birch twigs twisted together, but sometimes of grass, and occurring at an interval of... "
Myths and Songs from the South Pacific - Página viii
por William Wyatt Gill - 1876 - 328 páginas
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The Abode of Snow: Observations on a Journey from Chinese Tibet to the ...

Andrew Wilson - 1875 - 475 páginas
...August, we made the steep ascent to the village of Namgea, and from there to a very unpleasant jhula which crosses the foaming torrent of the Sutlej. In...the danger is increased by the bend or hang of the jhula, which is much lower in the middle than at its ends. He has also to stoop painfully in order...
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The Abode of Snow: Observations on a Journey from Chinese Tibet to the ...

Andrew Wilson - 1875 - 475 páginas
...grass, and occurring at an interval of about five feet from each other. The unpleasantness of a jhiila is that the passenger has no proper hold of the upper...the danger is increased by the bend or hang of the jhula, which is much lower in the middle than at its ends. He has also to stoop painfully in order...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volumen117

1875
...grass, and occurring at an interval of about five feet from each other. The unpleasantness of a jhiila, is that the passenger has no proper hold of the upper...while the danger is increased by the bend or hang of thejhula, which is much lower in the middle than at its ends. He has also to stoop painfully in order...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volumen117

1875
...grass, and occurring at an interval of about five feet from each other. The unpleasantness of a jhulg is that the passenger has no proper hold of the upper...while the danger is increased by the bend or hang of ttiejh&la, which is much lower in the middle .than at its ends. He has also to stoop painfully in order...
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The Abode of Snow: Observations on a Journey from Chinese Tibet to the ...

Andrew Wilson - 1876 - 440 páginas
...crosses the foaming torrent of the Sutlej. In this part of the Himalaya, and, indeed, on to Kashmfr, these bridges are constructed of twigs, chiefly from...the danger is increased by the bend or hang of the jhula, which is much lower in the middle than at its ends. He has also to stoop painfully in order...
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The Abode of Snow: Observations on a Journey from Chinese Tibet to the ...

Andrew Wilson - 1876 - 440 páginas
...crosses the foaming torrent of the Sutlej. In this part of the Himalaya, and, indeed, on to Kashmfr, these bridges are constructed of twigs, chiefly from...the danger is increased by the bend or hang of the jhula, which is much lower in the middle than at its ends. He has also to stoop painfully in order...
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Introduction to the Science of Religion

F. Max Muller - 1893
...grass, and occurring at an interval of about five feet from each other. The unpleasantness ofajhiila is that the passenger has no proper hold of the upper...the danger is increased by the bend or hang of the jhtila, which is much lower in the middle than at its ends. He has also to stoop painfully in order...
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The Romance of Engineering: The Stories of the Highway, the Waterway, the ...

Henry Frith - 1895 - 364 páginas
...The mode of progression must be very unpleasant, and is thus described by Mr. Andrew Wilson :— " The unpleasantness of a Jhula is that the passenger...the danger is increased by the bend or hang of the Jhula, which is much lower in the middle than at the ends. . . . " The traveller must stoop as he proceeds,...
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The Living Age ..., Volumen125

1875
...also usually of birch twigs twisted together, but sometimes of grass, and occurring at an intervil of about five feet from each other. The unpleasantness...the danger is increased by the bend or hang of the jhula, which is much lower in the middle than at its ends. He has also to stoop painfully in order...
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The Living Age, Volumen125

1875
...from each other, and a similar rope runs between them, three or four feet lower, being connected^with the upper ropes by more slender ropes, also usually...the danger is increased by the bend or hang of the jhula, which is much lower in the middle than at its ends. He has also to stoop painfully in order...
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