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第 108 頁 - For this is he that was spoken of by the prophet Esaias, saying, The voice of one crying in the wilderness, Prepare ye the way of the Lord) make his paths straight.
第 56 頁 - ... some whose results have not yet been published, that the wind in hurricanes, and frequently in severe storms in the higher latitudes on both sides of the Equator, has two motions. It turns or blows round a focus or centre in a more or less circular form,* and at the same time has a straight or curved motion forward...
第 56 頁 - Next it is proved that it turns, when it occurs on the North side of the Equator, from the east, or the right hand, by the north, towards the west, or contrary to the hands of a watch...
第 119 頁 - In modern buildings the uprights of a house stand upon large stones, laid on the surface of the earth, but this precantion against decay had not occurred to the ancients, who planted the uprights in holes dug in the ground. The ground plan of the hut was oblong, with four corner uprights, and one in the middle of each of the four sides, those in the sides which formed the ends being long enough to support the ridge-pole. Other trees were fastened horizontally from corner to corner, one set near the...
第 140 頁 - So, if we correctly interpret the decision of the Board of Appeals, appellant's application stands rejected upon two grounds, viz. (a) lack of invention over the prior art cited, and (b) lack of invention per se. It is not always easy to draw the line of demarcation between invention and mere drafting skill where designs are involved. The statute requires invention; the design must be "new, original and ornamental," and patents for designs are subject to general rules of patent law.
第 149 頁 - Several days before the matsuri the shops are gay with the images bought for this occasion and which are on sale only at this time of year. Every respectable family has a number of these splendidly dressed images, which are from four inches to a foot in height, and which accumulate from generation to generation. When a daughter is born in the house during the previous year, a pair of hina, or images, are purchased for the little girl, which she plays with till grown up.
第 62 頁 - ... mixing with, the lower strata ; and so dashing upon the earth with that tremendous velocity, which gives them their destructive character, and of which hardly any rational account has yet been given.
第 129 頁 - Vice-Presidents, a Chairman shall be elected by the Meeting. The Chairman shall not have a vote unless there is an equality of votes. Art. XIV. Visitors (including representatives of the Press) may be admitted to the General Meetings by Members of the Society, but shall not be permitted to address the Meeting except by invitation of the Chairman.
第 126 頁 - With reference to the mirror, she said, ' Look upon this mirror as my spirit ; keep it in the same house and on the same floor with yourself, and worship it as if you were worshiping my actual presence.
第 68 頁 - West, and in the course of an hour, more or less, they have nearly completed the circle and have passed onwards. " Precisely the same phenomena, in kind, are observable in all cases of duststorms; from the one of a few inches (feet?) in)diameter to those that extend for fifty miles and upwards, the phenomena are identical.