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" ... appearance less surprising, as it is sometimes seen in the Alps, and in all mountainous countries, with hardly any place for its feet upon the sides, and by the brink of most tremendous precipices. The diameter of the upper cylinder, on which its... "
Sporting Magazine - Pàgina 35
1813
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Travels in Various Countries of Europe, Asia and Africa: Greece, Egypt, and ...

Edward Daniel Clarke - 1814
...its four feet ultimately remained until the Arab had euded his ditty, was only two inches ; and tho length of each cylinder was six inches. The most curious part of the performance occurred afterward ; for the Arab, to convinceusof the animal's attention to the turn of the air, interrupted...
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Greece, Egypt and the Holy Land

Edward Daniel Clarke - 1814
...four feet ultimately remained until the Arab had ended his ditty, was only two inches ; and the ioigth of each cylinder was six inches. The most curious part of the performance occurred afterward; for the Arab, to convince us of the animal's attention to the turn of the air, 3n¡errupted...
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Travels in Various Countries of Europe, Asia and Africa: Greece, Egypt, and ...

Edward Daniel Clarke - 1823
...their masters would bid them." Sandys' Travels, p. 126. Land. 1637. View of Bethlehem. THE HOLY LAND. thus poised may render its appearance less surprising,...part of the performance occurred afterwards ; for the Aral, to convince us of the animal's attention to the turn of the air, interrupted the da capo : as...
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The Penny Magazine of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge

1832
...sides and by the brink of most tremendous precipices. The diameter of the upper cylinder, on which its feet ultimately remained until the Arab had ended...and the length of each cylinder was six inches." THE WEEK. JUNE 10. — Whit-Sunday. The commemoration of the feast of Pentecost. June 11. — W 'hit-Monday....
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Natural History of Quadrupeds, Volum 1

Frederic Shoberl - 1834 - 32 pàgines
...the sides and by the brink of most tremendous precipices. The diameter of the cylinder on which its feet ultimately remained until the Arab had ended...and the length of each cylinder was six inches." THE IBEX. THE ibex is supposed by naturalists to be the original stock from which the common goat is descended....
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The People's Magazine, Volum 1

1834
...sides nnd by the brink of most tremendous precipices. The diameter of the upper cylinder, on which its feet ultimately remained until the Arab had ended...only two inches, and the length of each cylinder was sis : DJ inches. SONNET. There is no remedy for time mispent, No healing for the waste of idleness,...
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Family Magazine: Or Monthly Abstract of General Knowledge, Volum 3

1836
...sides and by the brink of most tremendous precipices. The diameter of the upper cylinder, on which its feet ultimately remained until the Arab had ended...inches, and the length of each cylinder was six inches." Never speak to deceive, nor listen to betray. Friendship once injured is for ever lost. Gossiping and...
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Stories Illustrative of the Instincts of Animals: Their Characters and Habits

Thomas Bingley - 1840 - 197 pàgines
...down the disjointed fab. ic " The diameter of the upper cylinder, on which its four feet alternately remained until the Arab had ended his ditty, was only two inches, and the length of each six inches. The most curious part of the performance occurred afterwards ; for the Arab, to convince...
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The Family Magazine, Or, General Abstract of Useful Knowledge, Volum 3

1843
...sides and by the brink of most tremendous precipices. The diameter of the upper cylinder, on which its feet ultimately remained until the Arab had ended...inches, and the length of each cylinder was six inches." Never speak to deceive, nor listen to betray. Friendship once injured is for ever lost. Gossiping and...
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Zoological sketches, descriptions of one hundred and twenty animals [signed ...

T B. M - 1844
...The diameter of the upper cylinder, on which its feet ultimately remained until the Arab had finished his ditty, was only two inches, and the length of each cylinder was six inches." * George Sandys, a traveller and poet. He began his travels in the East in the year 1610. Speaking...
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