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" Most persons claim to know how to walk, but few could explain the mechanical principles involved in this most ordinary transaction, and will be surprised that the movements of bipeds and quadrupeds, the darting and rushing motion of fish, and the erratic... "
Animal Mechanism: A Treatise on Terrestrial and Aërial Locomotion - Página 240
por Etienne-Jules Marey - 1874 - 283 páginas
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A Short History of Natural Science and of the Progress of Discovery: From ...

Arabella Burton Buckley - 1876 - 467 páginas
...Pettigrew is confident that man will yet conquer the domain of the air."—* N. }r. Journal of Commerce. " Most persons claim to know how to walk, but few could explain the mechanical principles 1nvolved in this most ordinary transaction, and will be surprised that the movements of bipeds and...
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Animal Parasites and Messmates

Beneden (M. van, Pierre Joseph) - 1876 - 274 páginas
...Pettigrew is confident that man will yet conquer the domain of the air."— NY Journal of Commerce. "Most persons claim to know how to walk, but few could explain the mechanical principles mvolved in this most ordinary transaction, and will be surprised that the movements of bipeds and quadrupeds,...
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On Fermentation

Paul Schützenberger - 1876 - 331 páginas
...Pettigrew is confident that man will yet conquer the domain of me air."— •/V. y. Journal of Commerce. " Most persons claim to know how to walk, but few could explain the mechanical principles 1nvolved in this most ordinary transaction, and will be surprised that the movements of bipeds and...
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First Principles of a New System of Philosophy. --

Herbert Spencer - 1876 - 566 páginas
...Pcttigrew is confident that man will yet conquer the domain of the air."— N. y. Journal of Commerce. " Most persons claim to know how to walk, but few could explain the mechanieal principles involved in this most ordinary transaction, and will be surprised that the movements...
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The Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication, Volumen2

Charles Darwin - 1876
...Pettigrew is confident that man will yet conquer the domain of the air."—' ^V. }". Journal of Commerce, " Most persons claim to know how to walk, but few could explain the mechaniol principles involved in this most ordinary transaction, and will be surprised that ih< movements...
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The Nature of Light: With a General Account of Physical Optics

Eugene Lommel - 1876 - 356 páginas
...Pettigrew is confident that man will yet conquer the domain of the air."— NY Journal of Commerce. "Most persons claim to know how to walk, but few could explain the mechanic?l principles involved in this most ordinary transaction, and will be surprised that the movements...
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The Five Senses of Man

Julius Bernstein - 1876 - 304 páginas
...Pettigrew is confident that man will yet conquer the domain of the air."— ' NY Journal of Commerce. " Most persons claim to know hoW to walk, but few could explain the mechanicnl principles mvolved in this most ordinary transaction, and will be surprised that the movements...
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FOODS

EDWARD SMITH - 1876
...Pettigrew is confident that man will yet conquer the domain of the air." — NY Journal of Commerce. "Most persons claim to know how to walk, but few could explain the mechanics] principles involved in this most ordinary transaction, and will be surprised that the movements...
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Responsibility in Mental Disease

Henry Maudsley - 1876 - 313 páginas
...Pettigrew is confident that man will yet conquer the domain of the air."— N. y. Journal of Commerce. "Most persons claim to know how to walk, but few could explain the mechanicrl principles involved in this most ordinary transaction, and will be surprised that the movements...
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History of the Conflict Between Religion and Science

John William Draper - 1878 - 373 páginas
...Pettigrew is confident that man will yet conquer the domain of the air."— N. y. Journal of Commerce. "Most persons claim to know how to walk, but few could...erratic flight of the denizens of the air, are not only anolocous, but can be reduced to similar formula. The work is profusely illustrated, and, without reference...
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