Hobbes began De Cive with the subject treated in the fourteenth chapter of The
Elements of Law: the description of the state of nature. There follow three
chapters in The Elements of Law and two long ones in De Cive on the laws of
Author: Thomas Hobbes
The elements are also divided into chlorous , or negative , and basylous , or
positive : the former are evolved at the positive pole when their compounds are
decomposed by the galvanic current , and the latter make their appearance at the
Author: John Charles BUCKMASTER
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Author: Daniel Cresswell
Category: Euclid's Elements
The earlier chapters , embracing the elements of Structural and Physiological
Botany , introduce us to the methodical study of the Ordinul Types . The
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Author: Sir Michael Foster
Let <r be the area of an infinitely small element of the surface at any point P, and
at any other point E of the surface lei a small element subtending a, solid angle «,
at P, be taken. The area of this element will be equal to m.PJP cosCKP" and ...
Author: Lord William Thomson Kelvin
Publisher: Cosimo, Inc.
In this case all superficial elements are equal , being rectangles whose
magnitude is Δα . Δy . magnitude is Ax.Ay. Only at the bounds of the domain are
these rectangles cut by the boundary line , Let us select any arbitrary value
among those ...
Author: Axel Harnack
... 144-5 greenockite 114 gypsum 1 1 6 haematite 178 haemoglobin 64, 179-80,
182-3 half-life 36-7; see also radioactive element halite 247 Halon 113 heavy
metal 29, 58, 1 14, 186, 193 hemoglobin, see haemoglobin heterotrophic
Author: P. A. Cox
Category: Chemistry, Inorganic
show these jags where they ought not to appear in phonautograms of standard
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Author: Mark Harvey Liddell
Category: Comparative literature
First published in 1933, this second edition includes an Appendix of Addenda et Corrigenda and is widelyregarded and respected as the definitive edition of the text today.
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
Category: Literary Collections
This revised and expanded edition includes new entries plus three additional appendices. This is a little book that fills a big need, and it deserves a wide distribution and readership.
Author: Stan Malless
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
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Author: Sidney Luxton Loney
In assertion that the number of elements is infinite . fact , nearly every measurable
property - phy . No elements intermediate between , e.g. , silver and sical and
chemico - physical - has been investi- cadmium , and with atomic weights ...
Author: Henry Watts