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Prismatics

By: Cozzens, Frederic Swartwout, 1818-1869

...terature Collection World Public Library.org SECOND EDITION Title: PRISMATICS, SECOND EDITION Author: RICHARD HAYWARDE Language: English Subj... ...... ...anity some obscured indi cation of divine origin ; we are all more or less prismatic. If there be one earnest, honest purpose beneath the strata of 6... ...and he trod it under foot, and passed on. So much for the pervading hue of prismatics ; there are others less evident ; some of which let me explain. ... ... it ? " He had a shining, bul bous forehead, rather scantily thatched with blades of hair ; his face, small, meagre, and yet vulgar, was adorned with ...

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Prismatic blade

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...In archaeology, a prismatic blade is a long, narrow, specialized stone flake tool with a sharp edge, li... ...narrow, specialized stone flake tool with a sharp edge, like a small razor blade.[1] Prismatic blades are flaked from stone cores through pressure fla... ...ecialized stone flake tool with a sharp edge, like a small razor blade.[1] Prismatic blades are flaked from stone cores through pressure flaking. This... ...waste assemblage. Obsidian use was widespread in Mesoamerica, and obsidian blades were often produced, though chert, flint, and chalcedony blades are ... ... chert, flint, and chalcedony blades are not uncommon. Prismatic blades were used for cutting and scraping, and have been reshaped... ...int, and chalcedony blades are not uncommon. Prismatic blades were used for cutting and scraping, and have been reshaped into othe... ...Morphology An obsidian prismatic blade fragment from Chunchucmil, Yucatán, Mexico ... ...ent from Chunchucmil, Yucatán, Mexico Prismatic blades are often trapezoidal in cross section, but very close in ... ...ular blades (in cross-section) are also common. The ventral surface of the prismatic blade is very smooth, sometimes bearing slight rippling reflectin...

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Technical accomplishments of the NASA Lewis Research Center, 1989

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...es ....................................... 82 Structural Mechanics Turbine Blade Forced-Response Prediction System ...................................... ................ 136 Structural Mechanics Evaluation of Uncertainties on SSME Blade Structural Response .................................. 137 Capabiliti... ...TE PHOi[OSRAPr_ @ 0_ 02 ,, ...... .........il ' Unreinforced demonstration blade after pyrolizing and similar blade after conversion to silicon carbid... ...wide variety of network architectures. A space shuttle main engine turbine blade model was used to demonstrate the capability of the workstation. The ... ...quations govern the time-averaged flow state within a typical passage of a blade row embedded in a multistage configura- tion. This mathematical exerc... ...mini-dome Fresnel lens, in combination with other developments such as the prismatic cell cover and high-efficiency gallium arsenide concentrator cell...

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Knife

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... A knife (plural knives) is a cutting tool with a cutting edge or blade, hand-held or otherwise, with or without a handle. Knife-like tools w... ... and obsidian, knives have evolved in construction as technology has, with blades being made from bronze, copper, iron, steel, ceramics, and titanium.... ...knife.[3] Most modern-day knives follow either a fixed-blade or a folding construction style, with blade patterns and styles as va... ... The word knife possibly descends from an old Norse word knifr for blade.[4] Contents ... ... Parts of a knife 1.1 Blade 1.2 Fixed blade... ... prismatic ...

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Proceedings on the Working Group on Extraterrestrial Resources - Fourth annual meeting

By: NON

... (Fig. 3a). 3. Hexagonal depressions, about 1/2" across (Fig. 3b). II. The prismatic solids, covered with CuO powder, were exam- ined at 0° viewing an... ...d, e CuO Powder on Surface as shown (Sheet 2 of 2) Fig. 4 Cross Section of Prismatic Ridges Fig. 5a CuO Powder on One Prism Fig. 5b CuO Powder on Two ... ...ill condense out until a point is reached where the erosion on the turbine blades and associated parts becomes intolerable. For commer- cial applicati... ...ercent condensed water by weight. With moisture contents higher than this, blade erosion costs exceed the value that can be derived from the additiona... ...g of the broken rock would be accomplished by use of a combi- nation dozer blade and forked mucker tool for all operational concepts, although the siz...

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Obsidian use in Mesoamerica

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...loyed to produce figurines, jewelry, eccentrics, or other types of objects. Prismatic blade production, a technique employing a pressure flaking ... ...roduce figurines, jewelry, eccentrics, or other types of objects. Prismatic blade production, a technique employing a pressure flaking -like tech... ...uction, a technique employing a pressure flaking -like technique that removed blades from a polyhedral core, was ubiquitous throughout Mesoamerica. ... ... Motolinia, a 16th-century Spanish observer, left this account of primatic blade production: It is in this manner: First they get out a knife sto... ...uch as bifaces, to prolong the tool’s (and the raw material’s) utility. While prismatic blades were generally not curated (in the traditional sense) ... ...aces, to prolong the tool’s (and the raw material’s) utility. While prismatic blades were generally not curated (in the traditional sense) due to the... ...e a very sharp edge, than as a cutting implement. Other curation techniques of prismatic blades involve reshaping them into other tool types, such as ... ...nto a variety of tool forms, including knives, lance and projectile point s, prismatic blade s, general bifacial tools, and utilized flake s. Blad... ... make some of the sharpest edges on earth.When skillfully worked, the edges of prismatic blade made from obsidian can reach the molecular level (i.e.,...

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The Speed and Power of Ships; A Manual of Marine Propulsion

By: Taylor, D. W. (David Watson), 1864-1940

... 195 29. OBLIQUITY OF SHAFTS AND OF WATER FLOW 211 30. STRENGTH OF PROPELLER BLADES 216 31. DESIGN OF PROPELLERS 241 32. PADDLE PROPULSION 254 33. JET... ...ient is sometimes called the "cylindrical coefficient" and verycommonly the "prismatic coefficient." While cylindrical coef- ficient is descriptive an... ...sses the fineness of the vessel in a longitudinal direction. The expression "prismatic coefficient" is slightly in error, since strictly speaking the ... ...he strut hub the propeller hub is fitted, and for propellers with detachable blades is usually larger than the strut hub. About all that can be done f... ...ropellers i. Definitions and Nomenclature. A screw propeller has two or more blades attached at their inner portions or roots to a hub or boss, which ... ...e pro- pelling machinery of the ship. Figs. 154 to 157 show plans of a three-bladed propeller for a naval vessel. This is a true screw - that is, the ... ...to the axis dur- ing one complete revolution. Figs. 154 to 157 show a three- bladed right-handed propeller that is, a propeller which, viewed from aft...

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Lithic flake

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...icular point in time. Prismatic blade and its core that made with prismatic reduction technology.... ...nt in time. Prismatic blade and its core that made with prismatic reduction technology. The blade... ...fit to where A' marks on this core. A blade is defined as a flake with parallel or subparallel margins that is us... ...st twice as long as it is wide.[3] There are numerous specialized types of blade flakes. Channel flakes are characteristic flakes caused by the flutin... ...duced grooves in the projectile points which may have facilitated hafting. Prismatic blades are long, narrow specialized blades with parallel margins ... ...ves in the projectile points which may have facilitated hafting. Prismatic blades are long, narrow specialized blades with parallel margins which may ... ...blade cores, another common lithic feature of Paleo-Indian lithic culture. Prismatic blades are often triangular in cross section with several facets ... ...in cross section with several facets or flake scars on the dorsal surface. Prismatic blades begin to appear in high frequencies during the transition ... ... prismatic ...

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The Way of an Indian

By: Frederic Remington

... away from his feet mile after mile to the timber, and beyond that to the prismatic mountains. The variegated lodges of the Chis-chis-chash village ... ...f. His eyes dropped on the grass in front of his moccasins--tiny dried blades of yellow grass, and underneath them he saw the dark traceries of t... ...black beside himself on the sandstone. There were millions of these grass-blades, and each one shivered in the wind, maundering to itself in the cho... ...r ahead ranged the cautious spies; no sailing hawk, no wailing coyote, no blade of grass did anything which was not reasoned out by mind or noted by...

...been a part of nature?s freaks among the sand rocks. The yellow grass sloped away from his feet mile after mile to the timber, and beyond that to the prismatic mountains. The variegated lodges of the Chis-chis-chash village dotted the plain near the sparse woods of the creek-bottom; pony herds stood quietly waving their tails against the flies or were driven hither and yon...

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Bloodletting in Mesoamerica

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...tion into the rising smoke . Piercing was accomplished using obsidian prismatic blade s, stingray spines, or shark 's teeth. Under some circum... ...the rising smoke . Piercing was accomplished using obsidian prismatic blade s, stingray spines, or shark 's teeth. Under some circumstances, a...

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Marine Engineer : Volume 46, No. 551

...cient Con- densers. Books for the Marine Engineer and Naval Architect .... 280 Prismatic Coefficients of Entrance and Run .... .... 281 Some Notes on ... ...stgarth & Co. Ltd. August, 1923. THE MARINE ENGINEER AND NAVAL ARCHITECT. 281 PRISMATIC COEFFICIENTS OF ENTRANCE AND RUN. Their Determination from Em... ...entage length of parallel body from Taylor's Series, if the speed, length, and prismatic coef&cient are known quantities. The position of the longitud... ... order that a complete curve of areas may be drawn. It is desirable that these prismatic coefficients of entrance and run be easily determined, and se... ...the forward or after end of the parallel body, bears a constant ratio q to the prismatic coefficient of the entrance or run respectively. Let L = leng... ... the main shaft. Each of the high pressure turbines is made up of three double-bladed discs having intermediate nozzle plates. There is arranged in th... ...ller experiment research programme. This research embraces two, three and four-bladed screws and is extended over a range of face pitch ratio of from ... ...ews a boss diameter 16-67 per cent, of the screw diameter is used. For the two-bladed screws separate charts are given for 19, 28, 37 and 47 per cent,... ...arate charts are given for 19, 28, 37 and 47 per cent, disc area ratios. Three-bladed screws have separate charts for 28, 42, 56 and 70 per cent, cbsc...

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Axe

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...er. It splits the wood into two parts by the pressure concentration at the blade. The handle of the axe also acts as a lever allowing the user to incr... ...gle. Most axes are double bevelled, i.e. symmetrical about the axis of the blade, but some specialist broadaxes have a single bevel blade, and usually... ...ly hafted by wedging. Birch-tar and raw-hide lashings were used to fix the blade. Sometimes a short section of deer antler (an "an... ...h prevented the splitting of the haft and softened the impact on the stone blade itself, helping absorb the impact of each axe blow and lessening the ... ...ic trade. Thin sectioning is used to determine the provenance of the stone blades. In Europe, Neolithic 'axe factories', where thousands of ground sto... ... prismatic ... ... prismatic ...

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The Isomorphism and Thermal Properties of the Feldspars

By: Allen, Eugene Thomas, 1864; Iddings, Joseph Paxson, 1857-1920; Day, Arthur Louis, 1869

...ned by microscopical study of the sections, the crystals are in most cases blade-like inform ; that is, they are elongated plates. They vary, however,... ...s of the spherulites are bundle- or sheaf-Hke aggrega- tions of long, thin blades, which blades lie nearly parallel to one another in the middle or na... ...ge at the ends into fan-like or plumose forms. Several of these bundles or blades cross one another at the middle, andwhen there are a sufficient numb... ...tals than the outer parts. It also appears that the middle portion is more prismatic, in certain cases somewhat cuboidal, the outer parts becoming del... ...he zone of the c axis also may be developed, but they were not recognized. Bladed forms in some cases prove to be aggregates of thin plates not strict... ... than the solution and developed cuboidal forms. These were prolonged into prismatic bundles, the prisms having the composition of the main mass of cr... ...against another continuous lamella. Theymay represent a coordinated set of prismatic feldspar crystals, elongated parallel to the crystallographic axi... ... are very beautiful aggregations of somewhat divergent, plumose bundles of prismatic crystals (PlateVII) that appear as distinct crystals at the surfa... ...itic, the radii being 5 mm. long in some cases (Plate IX) . The apparently prismatic forms may be cross-sections of blades which are recognizable as s...

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Crystal habit

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...z, crocidolite asbestos replaced by silica . While quartz typically forms prismatic (elongate, prism-like) crystals, in tiger's eye the original ... ... names of crystal habits are derived from: Predominant crystal faces (prism - prismatic, pyramid - pyramidal and pinacoid - platy). Crystal forms (cu... ...diating, massive). Crystal appearance (foliated/lamellar (layered), dendritic, bladed, acicular, lenticular, tabular (tablet shaped)). List of crysta... ...olite, Rutile Amygdaloidal Almond-shaped Heulandite, subhedral Zircon Bladed Blade-like, slender and flattened Actinolite, Kyanite Bot... ...lumose Fine, feather-like scales Aurichalcite, Boulangerite, Mottramite Prismatic Elongate, prism-like: crystal faces parallel to c-axis we...

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Key to the Rocky Mountain Flora; Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, Idaho, Montana, Saskatchewan, Alberta, And Parts of Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota, And British Columbia

By: Rydberg, Per Axel, 1860-1937

...pels. Stamens numerous; water plants with broad netted-veined floating leaf- blades. 47. Nyaiph.^eaceae 86 (7) 8 KEY TO THE FAMILIES Stamens 3-6. Ova... ...Herbs or vines. Stipules herbaceous; inflorescence spicate or racemose; leaf-blades palmately veined. 35. Cannabinaceae 66 Stipules scarious, or hyali... ...naceae 66 Stipules scarious, or hyaline, or none: inflorescence cymose: leaf-blades pinnately veined. Fruit a utricle, or achene, circumscissile or bu... ...the stigmas introrse. Ovule with a ventral raphe; leaves mostly alter- nate; blades lobed or compound. 94. Araliaceae 173 Ovule with a dorsal raphe; l... ...und. 94. Araliaceae 173 Ovule with a dorsal raphe; leaves mostly op- posite; blades entire or merely toothed. 95. CORNACE.\E 173 Fruit dry, a cremocar... ...ials or bien- nials. 2. Nuttalll\. Placentae without lamellae; seeds usually prismatic. Placentae filiform; ovules in one row, 10^0; seeds minutely mu... ...ound-angled. Ovules and seeds horizontal, inserted in 2 or rarely more rows, prismatic-angled; petals yellow. 10. Oenothera. Ovules and seeds ascendin... ...ing. 104. Syntrichopappus. Pappus of scales or wanting. Achenes either hnear-prismatic or clavate-obpyramidal, i. e., very elongate. Bracts more or le... ...ckles. Sharp elevations of the bark, and coming off with it, as in the rose. Prismatic. C)f the shape of a prism, angu- lar, with flat sides, and of n...

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Bare Island projectile point

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...nife with tapered shoulders. One shoulder is higher than the other and the blade is convex to straight. The stem is parallel to expanding. It is simil... ... Blade ... ... prismatic ... ...nife with tapered shoulders. One shoulder is higher than the other and the blade is convex to straight. The stem is parallel to expanding. It is simil... ... Blade ... ... prismatic ...

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A Preliminary Study of Hawaiian Species of the Genus Rauvolfia. Additions to the Genera Scalesia and Hidalgoa : Fieldiana. Botany Series Ies Vol. 23, No. 7

By: Sherff, Earl Edward, 1886-1966

...h end, or in R. sandwicensis var. subacuminata subacuminate at distal end, blade seldom or but slightly broadening above middle. 6. Calyx 5-7 mm. long... ...icto, stylo filiformi incluso corollae tubum aequante, stigmate complanato-prismatico circ. 0.6 mm. longo et annulo angusto piloso subtento. 324 FIEL... ...and 1.5-3 cm. long, with 5-12 stipitate perhaps linear glands in the axil; blade obtuse to acute or rarely subacuminate at each end, moderately to bro... ...ed throat; style filiform, included, as long as corolla-tube, the flattish-prismatic stigma about 0.6 mm. long and subtended by a narrow hairy ring. S... ... similar in foliage and habit to R. Degeneri. Petioles up to 3.5 cm. long, blade often 10-13 cm. long and 3.5-5 cm. wide. Peduncle 3-5.5 cm. long; flo... ...inora lamina plerumque sub 10 cm. longa et sub 3 cm. lata. Leaves smaller, blade commonly under 10 cm. long and under 3 cm. wide. Specimens examined: ... ... whorled, 4 or 5 at a single node, pale, the slender petiole 2-3 cm. long; blade pallid, membranaceous, elliptic-oblong, acute 328 FIELD MUSEUM OF NA...

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Eraillure

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Saw Filing and Management of Saws; A Practical Treatise on Filing, Gumming, Swaging, Hammering, And Brazing Band Saws, etc

By: Grimshaw, Robert, 1850

...-saws ; but it is without doubt consider- able. By using sharp saws, thinner blades may be used than where the teeth are dull ; because the duller the... ...t through the wood, and the more strain on each tooth separately, and on the blade as a whole. For the same reason, longer teeth may be used where the... ... great- est in those saws in which the strain of cutting tends to deform the blade as in all " push- cut " straight saws and in circulars. SAW-FILI... ...oke, and never again cut off in that line. *For fuller classification of saw-blades, see "Grim- shaw on Saws," page 12. 9 10 SAW-FILING. Rip-Saws. Th... ...t divides each fiber in two places at once, leaving a path or "kerf" for the blade to run in and the ma- terial to fall out through. If you undertook ... ... taken from the furnace, it is a mass of beau- tiful crystals of magnificent prismatic col- ors, but when broken, crushed and ground it appears as a d...

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Striking platform

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Practical Guide to the Determination of Metals by the Blowpipe

By: Fuchs, Carl Wilhelm C., 1837-1886; Danby, T. W

...- Isometric system. 2. Pyramidal Tetragonal . 3. Rhombohedral Hexagonal 4. Prismatic Orthorhombic 5. Oblique Monoclinic 6. Anorthic Triclinic I wish, ... ...ound to answer all requirements. Magnet. As a substitute for a magnet, the blade of a pocket knife may be magnetized and used in all respects as if it... .... G = 3-5. Oblique. Adularia = Orthoclase. ^EschyniteH = 5-5. G = 5-1 5-2. Prismatic. AlabandineH = 4. G = 3-95 to 4. Cubic. AlumH 2 2*5. G = i '9 2. ... ...thite. AllophaneH = 3. G = r8. Amorphous. AlstoniteH = 4 4-5. G = 3'65 37. Prismatic. AltaiteH = 3 3-5. G = 8'i6. Cubic. Aluminite = Websterite. Alums... ...dral. Amalgam H = 3 3-5. G 137 14' I. Cubic. Amblygonite H = 6. G = 3 3*1. Prismatic. Ammonia alum H = 2 2-5. G = 175. Cubic. Amphibole H = 5 6. G = 2... ...atase H = 5-5 6. G = 3-83 3-93. Pyramidal. AndalusiteH = 7-5. G = 3-1 3-2. Prismatic. Anglesite H = 3. G = 6-28, Prismatic. Anhydrite H = 3 3-5. G= 2^...

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Grinding slab

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Scientific Results of the Cruises of the Yachts Eagle and Ara, 1921-1928, William K. Vanderbilt, Commanding. Crustacea : Volume 6

By: Boone, Lee

...ed by short setae. The uropoda have the peduncle short, wide, strong; both blades are bluntly truncate, each a little shorter than the telson and with... ...le shorter than the telson and with similarly ciliated margins ; the outer blade is narrower than the inner blade, which is expanded on its rounded in... ... and another at the outer distal angle. The fingers are subequal, slender, blade-like, each a little longer than the palm, the curved tips crossing an... ...le wide with an acute tooth at the upper inner posterior angle ; the inner blade is the larger, with the distal margin unevenly truncate, slightly rou... ...ger, with the distal margin unevenly truncate, slightly rounded; the outer blade is slightly smaller and more regularly rounded distally. On the dorsa... ...ticulate ; margins setose. The uropoda have the peduncle of the first pair prismatic, slightly longer than the related outer branch, with the small di... ... outer branch, with the small distal lobe pectinate; these blades are also prismatic; the outer blade has the outer margin smooth, the inner margin fi... ...pleopoda have the peduncle similar to that of the first pair, but shorter, prismatic, with the inner distal apex more produced ; the outer blade is sh...

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Archaeological industry

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An Illustrated Flora of the Pacific States : Washington, Oregon, And California : Vol. 3

By: Abrams, le Roy, 1874-1956; Ferris, Roxana S., Roxana Stinchfield, 1895

...ins inconspicuous ; pistillate petals hairy on the back with pilose and long setose hairs, clawed, the blade deltoid, one-half to more than one-half a... ...sufifrutescent dioecious perennials, 2-10 dm. high, with a stellate scurfy pubescence throughout. Leaf-blades entire, 1.5-5 cm. long, oblong, petioles... ...ck, multinodate, scurfy, sparsely tomentulose. Leaves sparsely short-pubescent, petioles 2-5 mm. long, blades 5-15 mm. long, oval-oblong to obcordate-... ...hread-like, forming mats. Leaves all spatulate or oblanceolate, 3-8 mm. long, rounded at the apex, the blade 3-nerved, the lateral nerves uniting near... ...led ; ovules several in each cell, anatropous ; style subulate, stigmatic at the apex. Cap- sule ovoid-prismatic, firm-coriaceous, loculicidally 5-val... ...all, perfect, solitary, and sessile in the axils of the branches. Calyx 4-5-lobed, the tube tubular or prismatic, furrowed, the lobes short, valvate. ... ... Petals 15-25 mm. long, golden yellow throughout. 9. M. nitens. Petals 10 mm. or less in length. Seeds prismatic or cubical, grooved on 3 antjles, mic... ...lly entire, rarely toothed; petals 2-5 mm. long. 11. M. disperse. Seeds irregularly angled or somewhat prismatic, grooved only on 1 angle or not at al... ...d grooved on 1 angle. 13. M. Veatchiana. Sepals 5-6 mm. long; petals about 10 mm. long. Seeds somewhat prismatic and grooved on one angle; petals gold...

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Racloir

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Illustrated Catalogue of Surgical Instruments, Appliances, Apparatus, And Utensils, Veterinary Instruments, Cutlery [Etc. ]

By: Evans and Wormull

...in ,, Ferguson's Finger ,, ,, Graham's ,, Metacarpal with or without extra blades AMYDALATOMES, or Tonsil Guillotines ANATOMICAL Figures Instruments S... ...APITAL CASES, see Platesand Miscellaneous Cases CAPSULAJ\_ FORCEPS. Curved Blade Needle Point Instruments Scissors Wylde's CARBOLIC Acid Diffuser, God... ... Rectum ,, Richardson's Symes's Simpson's Stricture ,, Thompson's ,, Three Bladed ,, Todd's Rcct inn ,, Urethra Uterine Vagina DIRECTIONS for Measurem... ...DUFFIN'S Pessaries DUMB BELLS DUPLAY'S Rhinoscope D UPUYT R^E N ' S Double Bladed Female Lithotomes Bistouri Cache Forceps for Artificial Anus ,, Spli... ...ators Ferguson's Instruments for Forceps Straight with Cross-Action Curved Blades Garters, Ferguson's Gorgets Knives Allarton's ,, Blizard's Brodie's ... ...ops ,, Spuds Style Syringes WANSBOROUGH'S Metallic Nipple Shields WARDEN'S Prismatic Auriscope WARE'S Styles for Fistula Lachrymalis WARWICK' s Endosc...

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Transepted gallery grave

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Illustrated Catalogue : Surgeon's Instruments, Physicians Supplies, Microscopes and Accessories, Laboratory Apparatus, Hospital and Office Furniture, Sterilizing Apparatus, Invalid's Furniture, Sick Room Utensils, Electrical and X Ray Apparatus, Orthopedic Apparatus, Elastic Hosiery and Supporters, Trusses, Crutches, etc.

By: Wm. Hatteroth's Surgical House

...ecting Knife, for large dissection 2 25 Dissecting Scalpels, ebony handle, blades A to E 35 Dissecting Scalpels, all steel, blades A to B 50 Dissectin... ...l steel, blades A to B 50 Dissecting Scalpels, all steel, finest. quality, blades A to 1 75 Dissecting Knives,, Littauer's, blades F, G, H, I only 25 ... ...ttern 90 25 1 75 35 40 pos,t-mortem, 1 75 40 A-155 Saw, Charriere's, 6-in. blade 1 75 *A-160 Saw, Charriere's, 8-in. blade 2 00 A-165 Scissors, light,... ...dissecting sets, being made of the best English steel and hand forged. The blades are the most approved patterns for fine work. Contents. 3 special kn... ...rice . net $6 00 A-882 A-884 SPENCER'S MICROTOME KNIFE No. 965 This chisel blade form knife is very con- venient for use on the table microtome, and i... ... 11 in - Horsley's, curved on flat, 7% in Horsley's, straight, fine strong prismatic points, 7 in Horsley's, with crank bend, acute angle, fine prisma... ...cute angle, fine prismatic points, 7% in. Horsley's, with crank bend, fine prismatic points, 7 in $3 50 3 00 2 75 3 25 4 00 6 00 6 00 7 50 3 75 Horsle...

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Transverse arrowhead

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On the Date of Grime's Graves and Cissbury Flint-Mines. Communicated to the Society of Antiquaries of London, 1912

By: Smith, Reginald A. (Reginald Allender), 1873

... side and top views; near Grime's Graves. J. Fig. 12. Part of leaf- shaped blade, with section ; Weeting. ^. V Fig. 15. Bone tool, top and side views ... ...cone, side and top views; Grime's Graves. |. Fig. 13. Part of leaf- shaped blade with section ; near Grime's Graves. 4. Fig. 16. Basalt celt, with sec... ...to repre- sent the beginnings of the early Solutre style, thin leaf-shaped blades flaked all over both faces characterizing Solutre I. Further proof i... ...ints scattered over an area at Icklingham.^ Fig. 13. Part of a leaf shaped blade carefully flaked all over both faces, but thicker than the typical So... ...carefully flaked all over both faces, but thicker than the typical Solutre blade, though fragments as thick and otherwise identical are in the British... ... common with the earliest finds at Les Eyzies (British Museum). Fig. 19. A prismatic tool, carved and pointed. The section is triangular, and the type... ...y recognized by its deep fluting, which at times covers the entire edge of prismatic blades in a single row, but more often is in more than one row (t... ...des is often rounded off by fan-shaped flaking, or, in the case of thicker prismatic blades, blunted into the form of a wedge by the removal of long n...

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Paleolith

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Points of View

By: Austin, Louis Frederic, 1852-1905; Rook, Clarence

...m examining his case of instruments with a callous smile. That insinuating blade with a twist and a curl, like a Malay creese, is the income tax. The ... ...hout a little backing. We must form a brotherhood ; it might be called the Prismatic League ; and the members should be sworn never to dine in the pla... ...generation. When this became known, hostesses would be eager to invite the Prismatics for the sake of the novelty; and then we should be enabled to sp... ...elong to the Red Manchurian Band ? " " Certainly not. I am a member of the Prismatic League ! " Such a misunderstanding might retard the movement for ... .... The Leaguer : " Will you permit me to explain, sir? I am a member of the Prismatic League ; and it is our cardinal principle that for evening dress ... ...th in your court which you so much deplore. Briefly, my case is this : the Prismatics have banded themselves together to break the monotony of evening...

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Rock art of Figuig

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The Life of the Fields

By: Richard Jefferies

...sh. These lower sprays came down in among the grass, and leaves and grass-blades touched. Smooth round stems of angelica, big as a gun-barrel, hollo... ...ings of the dragon-fly as he hovers an instant before he darts there is a prismatic gleam. These wing textures are even more delicate than the minut... ...tter into living things that the joy and the hope of summer reside. Every blade of grass, each leaf, each separate floret and petal, is an inscripti... ..., and yet again these acres and acres of leaves and square miles of grass blades--for they would cover acres and square miles if reckoned edge to ed... ... stalks are ripening and becoming of the colour of hay while yet the long blades remain green. Each kind is repeated a hundred times, the foxtails... ...eated a hundred times, the foxtails are succeeded by foxtails, the narrow blades by narrow blades, but never become monotonous; sorrel stands by sor... ...uds, which only partly concealed her, and was surrounded by the ordinary prismatic halo. But outside this halo there was a green circle, a broad gr... ...e accounts of an ordinary halo about the sun, now with a description of a prismatic cloud round the moon, and one day some one discovered that there... ...monest incidents of the sky! Halos about the sun happen continually; the prismatic band or cloud about the moon is common; so is the detached rainb...

...dge was dusted from them each time the hawthorn boughs were shaken by a thrush. These lower sprays came down in among the grass, and leaves and grass-blades touched. Smooth round stems of angelica, big...

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Cumberland point

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... Blade ... ... prismatic ... ... Blade ... ... prismatic ...

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Hydraulics for Engineers and Engineering Students

By: Lea, Frederick Charles, B. 1871

...Mixed flow turbines. Cone turbine. Effect of changing the direction of the guide blade, when altering the flow of inward flow and mixed flow turbines.... ..., according to Weisbach, are 0*815 for cylindrical tubes, and 0'819 for tubes of prismatic form. These coefficients agree with those determined on the... ...nd the maximum efficiency is It follows that an impulse water wheel, with radial blades, as in Fig. 185, cannot have an efficiency of more than 50 per... ...Water Wheel. Fig. 181. Overshot Water Wheel. The direction of the tangent to the blade at inlet for no shock can be found by drawing the triangle of v... ... the periphery of the wheel is v and the velocity of the water U. The tip of the blade should be parallel toVr . The mean velocity U, of the water, as... ...nd are more nearly perpendicular to -the surface of the tail water than when the blades are radial, but as the peripheral speed is very low the resist...

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Chalcolithic

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... Blade ... ... prismatic ... ... Blade ... ... prismatic ...

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The Pageant of Summer

By: Jefferies, Richard, 1848-1887; Mosher, Thomas Bird, 1852-1923

...ush. These lower sprays came down in among the grass, and leaves and grass-blades touched. Smooth round stems of angelica, big as a gun-barrel, hollow... ...ings of the dragon- fly as he hovers an instant before he darts there is a prismatic gleam. These wing textures are even more delicate than the minute... ...atter into living things that the joy and the hope of summer reside. Every blade of grass, each leaf, each separate floret and petal is an inscription... ...r, and yet again these acres and acres of leaves and square miles of grass blades for they would cover acres and square miles if reckoned edge to edge... ...stalks are ripening and becom- ing of the colour of hay while yet the long blades remain green. Each kind is repeated a hundred times, the foxtails ar... ...peated a hundred times, the foxtails are succeeded by foxtails, the narrow blades by narrow blades, but never become monotonous; sorrel stands by sorr...

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