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" ... upon which we walked •were often flat, having neither concavity nor convexity : the larger number however were concave, though... "
Encyclopaedia Perthensis; or, Universal dictionary of Knowledge - Page 331
by Encyclopaedia Perthensis - 1806
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the monthly journal

several hands - 1774
...tranfverfe figures in the upright ones never fail to run in their true directions : the furfaces "on which we walked were often flat, having neither concavity...larger number, however, were concave, though fome were evidently convex •. " Proceeding to the NW you meet with the higheft ranges of pillars, the magnificent...
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The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal, Volume 51

Ralph Griffiths, G. E. Griffiths - English imprints - 1774
...ones never fail to run in their true directions : the furface* on which we walked were often fiat, having neither concavity nor convexity : the larger number, however, were concave, though fome were evidently convex *. " Proceeding to the NW you meet with the higheft ranges of pillars, the magnificent...
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A Tour in Scotland and Voyage to the Hebrides, 1772, Part 1

Thomas Pennant - Hebrides (Scotland) - 1776
...thefe large pillars in general are rough and uneven, full of cracks in all directions ; the- tranfverfe figures in the .upright ones never fail to run in...convexity : the larger number however were concave, tho' fome were very evidently convex ; in fome places the JO interftices within the perpendicular figures...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

History - 1778
...directions ; the tranfverfe figures in the upright ones never fail to run in their true direflions : the furfaces upon which we walked were often flat,...•were very evidently convex ; in fome places the interAices within the perpendicular figures were filled up with a yellow fpar : in one place a vein...
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Letters on Iceland: containing observations on the civil, literary ...

Uno von Troil (Archbishop of Uppsala), Sir Joseph Banks, Abraham Bck, Johan Ihre, Torbern Bergman - History - 1780 - 400 pages
...full of cracks in all directions ; the tranfverfe figures in the upright ones never fail to run iri their true directions : the furfaces upon which we...fome were very evidently convex : in fome places the interftices within the perpendicular figures were filled up with a yellow fpar ; in one place a vein...
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Letters on Iceland: Containing Observations on the Civil, Literary ...

Uno von Troil - Iceland - 1780 - 400 pages
...the tranfverfe figures in the upright ones never fail to run in their true directions : thefurfaces upon which we walked were often flat, having neither...fome were very evidently convex : in fome places the interlaces within the perpendicular figures were filled up with a yellow fpar ; in one place a vein...
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A Tour Through the Highlands of Scotland, and the Hebride Isles in MDCCLXXXVI

John Knox - Fisheries - 1787 - 379 pages
...thefe large pillars in general are rough and uneven, full of cracks in all directions; the tranfverfe figures in the upright ones never fail to run in their...fome were very evidently convex ; in fome places the interfticcs within the perpendicular figures were filled up with a yellow fpar: in one place a "vein...
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Annual Register, Volume 17

History - 1801
...thefe large pillars ia general are rough and uneven, full of cracks in all directions ; the tranfverfe figures in the upright ones never fail to run in their...filled up with a yellow fpar : in one place a vein paed in among the mal" of pillars, carrying here and there 1'mall threads of fpar. Though they...
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The Beauties of Scotland: Containing a Clear and Full Account of the ...

Robert Forsyth - Architecture - 1808
...The transverse figures in the upright ones never fail to run in their true directions. The surfaces upon which we walked were often flat, having neither...convexity. The larger number, however, were concave, though some vr ere very evidently convex. In some places the intersticei within the perpendicular figures...
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The beauties of Scotland: containing a clear and full account of the ...

Robert Forsyth - Architecture - 1808
...ones never fail to run in their true directions. The surfaces upon which we walked were often fiat, having neither concavity nor convexity. The larger number, however, were concave, though some were very evidently convex. In some places the interstices within the perpendicular figures were...
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