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" Let playful PENDULES quick vibration feel, While silent CYCLOIS rests upon her wheel ; Let HYDROSTATICS, simpering as they go, Lead the light Naiads on fantastic toe ; Let shrill ACOUSTICS tune the tiny lyre ; With EUCLID sage fair ALGEBRA conspire ;... "
Poetry of The Anti-Jacobin [by G. Canning and others]. - 第 116 頁
Anti-Jacobin The, George Canning 著 - 1807
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The Anti-Jacobin, Or, Weekly Examiner, 第 2 卷

1799
...vibration feel, While silent CYCLOIS rests upon her Wheel; let HYDROSTATICS, simpering as they go, 15 Lead the light Naiads on fantastic toe; Let shrill...tiny Lyre; With EUCLID sage fair ALGEBRA conspire; (Line 9)—Tangents—So called from touching, because they touch Circlfs, and never cut them. (Line...
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Poetry of The Anti-Jacobin [by G. Canning and others].

Anti-Jacobin The, George Canning - 1801
...simper, or simmer, as it is more usually called. — The same does not hold true of any other element. Let shrill ACOUSTICS tune the tiny lyre ; With EUCLID...obedient pulley strong MECHANICS ply, And wanton OPTICS rofl the melting eye ! 20 I see the fair fantastic forms appear, The flaunting drapery, and the languid...
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The Anti-Jacobin, Or, Weekly Examiner, 第 2 卷

1803
...vibration feel, While silent CYCLOIS rests upon her Wheel; Let HYDROSTATICS, simpering as they go, 15 Lead the light Naiads on fantastic toe; Let shrill...tiny Lyre; With EUCLID sage fair ALGEBRA conspire; (Line 9)—Targets—So called from touching, because they touch Circles, and never cut them. (Line...
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Poetry of the Anti-Jacobin

1813 - 240 頁
...conspire; The obedient pulley strong MECHANICS ply, And wanton OPTICS roll the melting eye ! SO I we the fair fantastic forms appear, The flaunting drapery and the languid leer ; Fairsylphish forms — who, tall, erect, and slim, Dart the keen glance, and stretch the length of...
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New Elegant Extracts: A Unique Selection ... from the Most Eminent Prose and ...

Richard Alfred Davenport - 1824
...passion of love. Some later Let shrill Acoustics* tune the tiny Lyre; With Euclid t sage fair Algebra t conspire; The obedient pulley } strong Mechanics ply, And wanton Optics roll the melting eye ! I see the fair fantastic forms appear, The flaunting drapery, and the languid leer ; Fair sylphish...
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Sketches of the History of Literature and Learning in England ..., 第 5-6 卷

George Lillie Craik - 1845
...vibration feel, While silent Cyclois rests upon her wheel ; Let Hydrostatics, simpering as they go, Lead the light Naiads on fantastic toe ; Let shrill...tiny lyre ; With Euclid sage fair Algebra conspire ; i Turmeric; one male and one female, together with four filaments without anthers. ™ Double hollyhocks....
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Poetry of The Anti-Jacobin [by G. Canning and others].

Anti-Jacobin The, George Canning - 1852
...vibration feel, While silent CYCLOIS rests upon her wheel; Let HYDROSTATICS, simpering as they go, 15 Lead the light Naiads on fantastic toe; Let shrill...appear, The flaunting drapery, and the languid leer; Ver. 11. Cissois—A curve supposed to resemble the sprig of ivy, from which it has its name, and therefore...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, 第 27 卷

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1852
...satirists ; and so the " Loves of the Triangles" brought in a happy enough ridicule of it, in which — " The obedient pulley, strong MECHANICS ply And wanton OPTICS roll the melting eye." Canning also wrote the greater part of the " Rovers" — a happy burlesque of the imitations of the...
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Poetry of the Anti-Jacobin: Comprising the Celebrated Political & Satirical ...

George Canning, John Hookham Frere, George Ellis, William Gifford, Charles Carrington - 1854 - 248 頁
...vibration feel, While silent CYCLOIS rests upon her wheel ; Let HYDROSTATICS, simpering as they go, 15 Lead the light Naiads on fantastic toe ; Let shrill...appear, The flaunting drapery, and the languid leer ; Ver. 1 1 . Cissois — A curve supposed to resemble the sprig of ivy, from which it has its name,...
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The Quarterly Review, 第 101 卷

George Walter Prothero - 1857
...greater number of really good things than any one of them. The ' Loves of the Triangles,' in which, ' Th' obedient Pulley strong Mechanics ply, And wanton Optics roll the melting eye ! ' is an irresistible parody, and likely to keep the original of Darwin in remembrance. Gray's Odes...
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