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" ... and that it is secreted by the coats of the stomach. Whether this be so or not there can be little doubt that it is often formed in great quantity in the stomach from the starchy principles of the food. It is possible that the secretion of lactic... "
An Elementary Grammar of the Sanscrit Language: Partly in the Roman ... - Pągina 202
per Sir Monier Monier-Williams - 1846 - 260 pągines
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The Medical News, Volums 11-15

1853
...mach in such cases is derived from the blond, and that it is secreted by the coats of the stomach. Whether this be so or not, there can be little doubt that it is often formed in great quantity in the stomach from the starchy principles of the food. It is...
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The Retrospect of Practical Medicine and Surgery: Being a Half ..., Parts 28-29

1854
...stomach in such cases is derived from the blood, and that it is secreted by the coats . of the stomach. Whether this be so or not there can be little doubt that it is often formed in great quantity in the stomach from the starchy principles of the food. It is...
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The Retrospect of Medicine: Being a Half-yearly Journal ..., Volum 29

William Braithwaite - 1854
...stomach in such cases is derived from the blood, and that it is secreted by the coats of the stomach. Whether this be so or not there can be little doubt that it is often formed in great quantity in the stomach from the starchy principles of the food. It is...
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A Practical Grammar of the Sanskrit Language: Arranged with Reference to the ...

Sir Monier Monier-Williams - 1857 - 369 pągines
...instrumental case of the same affix of which the infinitive termination (urn) is the accusative ; see 459. a. There can be little doubt that the indeclinable participle...it much of the character of an instrumental case. It is constantly found in grammatical connexion with the agent in this case ; thus, *nlh T5[f>T^ ГчГлгч!...
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A Practical Grammar of the Sanskrit Language: Arranged with Reference to the ...

Sir Monier Monier-Williams - 1864 - 409 pągines
...affix of which the infinitive termination (turn) is the accusative ; see 458. It is certain at least that the indeclinable participle bears about it much of the character of an instrumental case, as it is constantly found in grammatical connexion with the agent in this case ; thus, ?W ^njfW^ f*ifc>r«ii...
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The Contemporary Review, Volum 53

1888
...Irish question, she has some title to complain of us for vexing her with a cause of internal trouble. Whether this be so or not there can be little doubt that she suffers, in her internal politics, from the unsettled state of the Irish question. It is obviously...
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The Law Magazine and Law Review: Or, Quarterly Journal of ..., Volum 30

1871
...his commentaries are to be regarded rather as a book of practice than as an institutional treatise. Whether this be so or not, there can be little doubt that a work so complete in itself, giving a comprehensive view of the whole body of Roman law, clear and...
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The Principles of Empirical Or Inductive Logic

John Venn - 1889 - 594 pągines
...have to walk over, as contrasted with short lengths which we handle, — may once have been fatigue. Whether this be so or not there can be little doubt that the relative importance of this element must once have been much greater than it now is. In a very primitive...
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Worcester College

Charles Henry Olive Daniel, Wilberforce Ross Barker - 1900 - 268 pągines
...none of which bear his name, and Thomas Ledbury was apparently the successor of John Whethamstede. Whether this be so or not, there can be little doubt that he was a pupil, ^and a humble admirer of the great abbot whose history he writes. There is an almost...
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The evolution of earth strudcture with a theory of geomorphic changes: by T ...

Thomas Mellard Reade - 1903 - 342 pągines
...minerals varying in specific gravity, the heaviest of which are supposed to be nearest the centre. Whether this be so or not, there can be little doubt that the density of the matter, which increases with depth, is largely due to the enormous pressure to which...
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