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" Small stones embracing those from the size of a grain of sand to that of a small pea. "
An Elementary Introduction to the Knowledge of Mineralogy: Including Some ... - Página 136
por William Phillips - 1818 - 246 páginas
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A Memoir: Explanatory of the Chart and Survey of the County of London-Derry ...

George Vaughan Sampson - 1814 - 359 páginas
...much as to be valuable as a manure. We find it interspersed with fragments of quartz and hard shist, from the size of a grain of sand to that of a bean. Over the surfaces of the lamellated parts there is diffused a polish of mica, which gives it...
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Journal of a Tour Into the Interior of Missouri and Arkansaw: From Potosi ...

Henry Rowe Schoolcraft - 1821 - 102 páginas
...brook which runs across it, is found a singular calcareous formation, in the shape of small globules from the size of a grain of sand to that of a musket-bullet, which covers the bottom of the cave to the depth of a foot or more, so that in walking...
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An Elementary Introduction to the Knowledge of Mineralogy: Comprising Some ...

William Phillips - 1823 - 406 páginas
...the sites of old smelting works, whence thpse specimens have since obtained the name of Jcic's-Hvnse Tin. In the natural state, Tin is found as a nearly...mass : sometimes in detached rounded pieces from the si/e of a grain of sand to that of a man's fist. It is r.lso fodnd in combination with copper, sulphur,...
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The Quarterly Oriental Magazine, Review, and Register, Parte76,Volumen8

1828
...of rounded fragments of Waclcen, Basalt, Sandstone, Quartz, and occasionally of other rock, varying from the size of a grain of sand to that of a pea. It is horizontally stratified : the coarse parts being lowest. It is observable in the beds of...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany, Volumen26

1828
...of rounded fragments of wacken, basalt, sandstone, quartz, and occasionally of other rock, varying from the size of a grain of sand to that of a pea. It is horizontally stratified; the coarse parts being lowest. It is observable in the beds of...
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Insect Architecture

James Rennie - 1830 - 420 páginas
...out, as the cossus does in wood, a hollow cell of an oblong form, and-line it with pellets of earth, from the size of a grain of sand to that of a pea — united, by silk or gluten, into a fabric more or less compact, according to the species, but...
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Medico-Chirurgical Transactions, Volumen20

Royal Medical and Chirurgical Society of London - 1837
...by all present to be incipient tubercles. They were in general of a somewhat rounded or oval form, from the size of a grain of sand to that of a mustard-seed, some transparent and colourless, others whitish and semi-opaque; they felt hard and quite...
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Animal Chemistry with Reference to the Physiology and Pathology of Man, Volumen2

Johann Franz Simon - 1846 - 3 páginas
...little, white, yellow, or brownish-yellow, irregular, and moderately soft masses, van-ing in dimensions from the size of a grain of sand to that of a small hemp-seed ; they are usually inclosed in mucus, and sink rapidly in water. I have never observed...
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Animal Chemistry: With Reference to the Physiology and Pathology ..., Volumen2

Johann Franz Simon - 1846 - 717 páginas
...little, white, yellow, or brownish-yellow, irregular, and moderately soft masses, varying in dimensions from the size of a grain of sand to that of a small hempseed; they are usually enclosed in mucus, and sink rapidly in water. 1 See note, page 350....
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A Treatise on Tuberculosis: The Constitutional Origin of Consumption and ...

Henry Ancell - 1852 - 779 páginas
...in the form of white, yellow, or brownish-yellow, irregular, very soft masses, varying in dimensions from the size of a grain of sand to that of a hemp seed. Pus from tuberculous glands is also liable to similar modifications. According to some pathologists...
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