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" Then the land winds, whose office is to breathe in the night, moved by the same order of Divine impulse, do rouse out of their private recesses, and gently fan the air till the next morning; and then their task ends, and they leave the stage. "
Buffon's Natural history, corrected and enlarged by J. Wright. (To which are ... - Seite 79
von Georges Louis Le Clerc (comte de Buffon.) - 1831
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A New Voyage Round the World, Band 1

William Dampier - 1699
...breathe in the Night moved by the fame order of Divine Impulie, do rouze out of their private recefles and gently fan the Air till the next Morning ; and...they leave the Stage. There can be no proper time let when they do begin in the Evening, or when they retire in the Morning, for they do not keep to...
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Extracts from a journal, written on the coasts of Chili, Peru, and ..., Band 2

Basil Hall - 1824
...evening, do either withdraw from the coast, or lye down to rest. Then the landwinds, whose office it is to breathe in the night, moved by the same order...evening, or when they retire in the morning, for they d6 not keep to an hour, but they commonly spring up between six and twelve in the evening, and last...
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Library for the people. (Division 1). The wonders of nature and art ...

Library - 1827
...they, in the evening, do either withdraw from the coast, or lie down to rest. Then the land-winds, whose office is to breathe in the night, moved by...stage. " There can be no proper time set when they do kbegin in the evening, or when they retire in the morning, for they do not keep to an hour ; but they...
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Graham's Magazine, Band 41

George R. Graham, Edgar Allan Poe - 1852
...evening, do either withdraw from the coast, or lie down to rest. Then the land-winds, whose office it is to breathe in the night, moved by the same order...their private recesses, and gently fan the air till Ihe next morning, and then their task ends, aod they leave the stage. There can be no proper time set...
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A class-book of physical geography

William Hughes - 1868
...they, in the evening, do either withdraw from the coast, or lie down to rest. Then the land-winds, whose office is to breathe in the night, moved by...of their private recesses, and gently fan the air until the next morning; and then their task ends, and they leave the stage. There can be no proper...
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Annals of the Astronomical Observatory of Harvard College, Band 21

1888
...the land winds, whose office is to breath in the night, moved by the same order of divine im pulse, do rouse out of their private recesses and gently fan the air till the next morn ing ; and then their task ends and they leave the stageThese land winds are very cold, and though...
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Elementary Meteorology, Band 1

William Morris Davis - 1894 - 355 Seiten
...land-winds whose office is to breathe in the night, moved by the same order of divine impulse, do rouze out of their private recesses and gently fan the air...and then their task ends and they leave the stage." " These land-winds are very cold, and though the sea-breezes are always much stronger, yet these are...
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Elementary Meteorology, Band 1

William Morris Davis - 1894 - 355 Seiten
...coasts, they in the evening do either withdraw from the coast, or lye down to rest; then the land-winds whose office is to breathe in the night, moved by the same order of divine impulse, do rouze out of their private recesses and gently fan the air till the next morning; and then their task...
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Short Studies in Nature Knowledge: An Introduction to the Science of ...

William Gee - 1895 - 313 Seiten
...later, according as the weather is, it is lulled asleep, and comes no more till the next morning. . . . When the sea breezes have performed their offices...divine impulse, do rouse out of their private recesses, 1 The relative speed of cooling exhibited by solids as contrasted with water may be observed by noticing...
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Short Studies in Nature Knowledge: An Introduction to the Science of ...

William Gee - 1895 - 313 Seiten
...hot brick is reduced compared with the rate of cooling of hot water of equal volume and temperature. and gently fan the air till the next morning ; and then their task ends, and they leave the stage." This navigator further shows the importance of these winds to Jamaica, and to the fishermen upon the...
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