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" The warmth of our fields and gardens would pour itself unrequited into space, and the sun would rise upon an island held fast in the iron grip of frost. "
Putnam's Magazine: Original Papers on Literature, Science, Art, and National ... - PÓgina 524
1869
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The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science; with which ..., Volums 7-8

1863
...temperature. The warmth of our fields and gardens would pour itself unrequited into space, and the sun -would rise upon an island held fast in the iron grip of frost. The aqueous vapour constitutes a local dam, by which, the temperature at the earth's surface is deepened: the dam,...
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The British American Magazine, Volum 1

1863
...temperature. The warmth of your fields and gardens would pour itself unrequited into space, and the summer sun would rise upon an island held fast in the iron grip of frost.' " MACMrLIAN'8 MAGAZINE. — MAY. "Physician! and Surgeons uf the last Generation." — A capital record...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art ...

1864
...our fields and gardens would pour itself unrequited into space, and the sun would rise upon a land held fast in the iron grip of frost. The aqueous vapor...constitutes a local dam, by which the temperature at the earth's surface is deepened; the dam, however, finally overflows, and we give to space all that...
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The Popular Science Review, Volum 3

James Samuelson, Henry Lawson, William Sweetland Dallas - 1864
...temperature. The warmth of our fields and gardens would pour itself unrequited into space, and the sun would rise upon an island held fast in the iron grip of frost. The aqueous vapour constitutes a local dam, by which the temperature of the earth's surface is deepened; the dam,...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery, Or, Year-book of Facts in ..., Volum 15

1865
...our fields and gardens would pour itself unrequited into space, and the sun would rise upon a land held fast in the iron grip of frost. The aqueous vapor...constitutes a local dam, by which the temperature at the earth's surface is deepened; the dam, however, finally overflows, and we give to space all that...
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Proceedings, Volum 4

1866
...temperature. The warmth of our fields and gardens would pour itself unrequited into space, and the sun would rise upon an island held fast in the iron grip of frost. The aqueous vapour constitutes a local dam, by which the temperature at the earth's surface is deepened : the dam,...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art ...

1867
...our fields and gardens would pour itself unrequited into space, and the sun would rise upon a land held fast in the iron grip of frost. The aqueous vapor...constitutes a local dam, by which the temperature at the earth's surface is deepened; the dam, however, finally overflows, and we give to space all that...
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Elementary Treatise on Physics, Experimental and Applied

Adolphe Ganot, Edmund Atkinson - 1868 - 861 pÓgines
...would perish. The warmth of our fields and gardens would pour itself unrequited into space, and the sun would rise upon an island held fast in the iron grip of frost.' . • 830. ╗ew. Boar frost. — Dew is merely aqueous vapour which has condensed on bodies during...
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Putnam's Magazine of Literature, Science, Art, and National Interests, Volum 4

1869
...temperature. The warmth of our fields and gardens would pour itself unrequited into space, and the sun would rise upon an island held fast in the iron...surface is deepened." — Heat, as a Mode of Motion, p. 415.It may be asked, but what bearing has the accumulation of vapor at the Pole upon its temperature...
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Heat Considered as a Mode of Motion

John Tyndall - 1869 - 541 pÓgines
...temperature. The warmth of our fielda and gardens would pour itself uurequited into space, and the sun would rise upon an island held fast in the iron grip of frost. The aqueous vapour constitutes a local dam, by which the temperature at tho earth's surface is deepened : the dam,...
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