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" The human animal is the only one which is naked, and the only one which can clothe itself. This is one of the properties which renders him an animal of all climates, and of all seasons. He can adapt the warmth or lightness of his covering to the temperature... "
Outlines of Physical Geography - Página 82
por George William Fitch - 1867 - 112 páginas
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Noah and his times, Volumen2

James Munson Olmstead - 1853
...animal is remarked by Dr. Paley to be the only one which is naked, and the only one which can zlothe itself. This is one of the properties which renders...all climates and of all seasons. He can adapt the lightness of his covering to the temperature of his *bode. Had he been born with a fleece upon his...
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Geography generalized; or, An introduction to the study of geography on the ...

Robert Joseph Sullivan - 1854 - 320 páginas
...canses mercury to freeze. " The HUMAN ANIMAL," Dr. Paley observes, " is the only one which is naked, and the only one which can clothe itself. This is one of the properties which render man an animal ol all climates and of all seasons. He can adapt the warmth or lightness of his...
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Outlines of Physical Geography

George William Fitch - 1856 - 225 páginas
...diversity of circumstances, DivPalcy remarks : " The human animal is the only one which is nakecl, and the only one which can clothe itself. This is...him an animal of all climates and of all seasons. lie can adapt the warmth or lightness of his covering to the temperature of his habitation. Had he...
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The Boys' and girls' companion for leisure hours, ed. by J. and M ..., Volumen1

1857
...intended, that is, for protection as well as for warmth. The human animal is the only one which is naked, and the only one which can clothe itself. This is one of the properties which renders man an animal of all climates, and of all seasons. He can adapt the warmth or lightness of his covering...
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A shilling's worth of reading for the rail, the road, and the fireside; a ...

Shilling - 1857
...covering, and the only one that can clothe itself. Hence man is adapted to all seasons and all climates. ' He can adapt the warmth or lightness of his covering to the temperature of his dwelling. Had he been born with a fleece on his back, although he might have been comforted with its...
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Geography Generalized: Or, An Introduction to the Study of Geography on the ...

Robert Sullivan - 1859 - 320 páginas
...is naked, and the only one which can clothe itself. This is one of the properties which render man an animal of all climates and of all seasons. He can adapt the warmth or lightness of his clothing to the temperature of his habitation?' Another quality which enables man to live in every...
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Geography generalized; or, An introduction to the study of geography on the ...

Robert Joseph Sullivan - 1861 - 352 páginas
...causes mercury to freeze. "The HUMAN ANIMAL," Dr. Paley observes, "is the only one which is naked, and the only one which can clothe itself. This is one of the properties which render man an animal of all climates and of all seasons. He can adapt the warmth or lightness of his...
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Many thoughts of many minds. Compiled by H. Southgate

Henry Southgate - 1862
...Climates. The kuman. animal is the only one which is Diked, and the only one which can clothe iaelL This is one of the properties which renders him an animal of all climates, and of lu seasons. He can adapt the warmth or lightness of his covering, to the temperature of hi» habitation....
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Geography Generalized, Or, An Introduction to the Study of Geography on the ...

Robert Sullivan - 1862 - 346 páginas
...causes mercury to freeze. "The HUMAN ANIMAL," Dr. Paley observes, "is the only one which is naked, and the only one which can clothe itself. This is one of the properties which render man an animal of all climates and of all seasons. He can adapt the warmth or lightness of his...
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The advanced reader

Scottish school-book assoc - 1863
...that is naked, and the only one that can clothe himself. This is one of the properties which render him an animal of all climates, and of all seasons....of his habitation. Had he been born with a fleece on his back, although he might have been comforted by its warmth in high latitudes, it would have oppressed...
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