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Our cut, Fig. 21, represents a section of coal as it is found in the stratum.

[Illustration: Fig. 30.Striated (voluntary) Muscular Fibers.

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[Illustration: Fig. 64.Lymphatics on the Inside of the Right Hand.]

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The distribution is often brought about by differences in the lengths of the petioles, as in a Horsechestnut branch (Fig. 22) where the lower, larger leaves stand out further from the branch than the upper ones; or by a twist in the petioles, so that the upper faces of the leaves are turned up to the light, as in Beech (Fig. 23).

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During the following centuries, the establishment of civic bodies and the springing up of the middle classes (Fig. 20) made the acquisition of liberty more easy and more general.

[Illustration: Fig. 44.Costumes of the Nobility from the Seventh to the Ninth Centuries, from Documents gathered by H. de Vielcastel from the great Libraries of Europe.

These warriors, who were both simple and externally rough and coarse, required association and intercourse with women to soften them (Fig. 47).

Anne of Brittany particularly gave special attention to her female attendants (Fig. 56).

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[Illustration: Fig. 78.Cultivation of Grain in use amongst the Peasants, and the Manufacture of Barley and Oat Bread.

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[Illustration: Fig. 108.Banner of the Corporation of the Publichouse-keepers of Montmedy.]

We have already stated that the taste for spices much increased in Europe after the Crusades; and in this rapid historical sketch of the food of the French people in the Middle Ages it must have been observed to what an extent this taste had become developed in France (Fig. 121).

When the cunning monarch became old and infirm, in order to make his enemies believe that he was still young and vigorous, he sent messengers everywhere, even to the most remote countries, to purchase horses, dogs, and falcons, for which, according to Comines, he paid large sums (Fig. 141).

It was in such esteem that a nobleman or his lady never appeared in public without a hawk on the wrist as a mark of dignity (Fig. 147).

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The church, too, did not close her eyes to the abuses which this feast engendered, although episcopal admonitions were not always listened to (Fig. 182).

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[Illustration: Fig. 233.Bell and Cannon Caster.]

[Illustration: Fig. 239.Banner of the Wheelwrights of Paris, with the Armoral Bearings of the Corporation.]

Fig. 263.Mรฉrovรฉe, Son of Chilperic I. Fig.

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As early as 1510, the "Usages of the City, Provosty, and Viscounty of Paris," were published in extenso, and were then received with much ceremony at a solemn audience held on the 8th of March in the episcopal palace, and were deposited among the archives of the Chรขtelet (Fig. 315).

[Illustration: Fig. 316.Seal of King Chilpรฉric, found in his Tomb at Tournay in 1654.] Secret Tribunals.

When they awoke, they saw all we have described: they were surrounded by the young damsels, who sang, played instruments together, caressed them, played all sorts of games, and presented them with the most exquisite wines and meats (Fig. 317).

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At the upper part there was a platform, which was reached by a stone staircase, the entrance to which was closed by a massive door (Fig. 349).

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[Illustration: Fig. 422.Costume of Charles V., King of France.

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A.There is the side lever engine (fig. 26), and the oscillating engine (fig. 27), besides numerous other forms of engine which are less known or employed, such as the trunk (fig. 22), double cylinder (fig. 23), annular, Gorgon (fig. 24), steeple (fig. 25), and many others.

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The air pump connecting rod and cross head are shown in perspective in fig.

When it is required to disengage the propeller from the engine, the pins passing through the opposite eyes shown fig.

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The clamp is then adjusted, and pressed home tight by means of the sand-crack forceps (Fig. 87).

94; (2) by a perpendicular groove on either side of the crack, about 1 inch in distance from it, and parallel with the horn fibres, as Fig.

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This is the oldest method of the three, and consists in making (1) a horizontal incision through the sensitive laminรฆ along the lower border of the cartilage, and (2) a vertical incision through the skin of the coronet, the coronary cushion, and a portion of the sensitive laminรฆ (see Fig. 139).

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Under a process, which we may term 'dry ulcerative,' the cartilage covering the ridge on the lower surface of the bone commences to become eroded, and in appearance has been likened, both by English and Continental writers, to a piece of wood that has been worm-eaten (see Fig. 161).

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Consequently, we may let R C S, parallel to L O M, represent the face of the cut-off valve seat, or, in other words, the back of the main valve, in which the port, C N, corresponds to one of those shown in Fig.

The clusters of fruit-dots containing the spore cases may be open and naked as in polypody (Fig. 2), or covered by an indusium, as in the shield ferns (Fig. 3).

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The angles in Fig. 2 are still pretty large angles, being 12ยฐ and 24ยฐ respectively.

To prove that a revolving body obeys this law, I have only to draw your attention to Fig.

Some, that live upon food products, produce therein special coloring matters; such are the bacterium of blue milk, and Micrococcus prodigiosus (Fig. 2, I.), a red alga that lives upon bread and forms those bloody spots that were formerly considered by the superstitious as the precursors of great calamities.

The last figure of all, Fig. 65, is of interest, because it was drawn for an intelligent little girl of only 11 years old, after she had been closely questioned by the father, and it was accompanied by elaborate coloured illustrations of months and days of the week.

The colour of R has been invariably of a copper colour, in which a swarthy blackness seems to intervene, visually corresponding to the trilled pronunciation of R. This same appearance exists also in J, X, and Z." The upper row of Fig.

The best instrument I have as yet contrived and used for optical superimposition is a "double-image prism" of Iceland spar (see Fig., p. 228), formerly procured for me by the late Mr. Tisley, optician, Brompton Road.

RR are rays (Fig.

For power purposes, as in the plain current wheel, Fig.

The tubes may be made of galvanized sheet iron and attached to the outside of the wheel, as shown in Fig.

The blades of E and F are of a similar shape, as shown in Fig. 4, and approach an oval form rather than the Griffith pattern.

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Some of them, such as those of Regnault, Reiset, the Montsouris observers (Fig. 1), and Brand, are accurate analytical instruments, and consequently quite delicate, and not easily manipulated by hygienists of middling experience.

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The illuminating grenade (Fig. 13) consists of a sphere of vulcanized rubber, two inches in diameter, charged with the Lamarre white composition.

It consists of a small cylindrical cardboard box (Fig. 16) filled with common star paste or Lamarre stars, and attached to a parachute, e, by means of a small brass chain, d. To make this parachute, we cut a circle ten feet in diameter out of a piece of calico, and divide its circumference into ten or twelve equal parts.

2.] In his experiments L, Fig. 2, served simply to form the image of S at M, and M, the returning mirror, was spherical, the center coinciding with the axis of R. The lens L was placed as near as possible to R. The light forming the return image lasts, in this case, while the first image is sweeping over the face of the mirror,

The two cones of lead obtained are then measured to 0.004 of an inch by means of a gauge (Fig. 3).

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XXI, 5. ZACUAN, n. Feather of the zacuan bird; fig., yellow; prized.

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A diagrammatic sketch of the arrangement of this apparatus is shown in Fig.

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When, however, rolls are wound from hank, as is illustrated in Fig.

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31 is made so that all the six cylinders may be used to dry yarns from two banks, and all the yarns wound on to one weaver's beam, or all the yarns may be wound on to one of the beams in the machine in Fig.