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" OF FEEDING. Destructive insects may be divided into two classes, according to the nature of the mouth parts. This is especially important from an economic point of view. The grasshopper, being provided with jaws, can be killed by poisons. The chinch bug,... "
The lake dwellings of Switzerland and other parts of Europe, tr. and ... - Seite 306
von Ferdinand Keller - 1866
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the chemical news and journal of physical scien

william crookes - 1773
...Determination of Nitroglycerine in Different Species of Dynamite.—P. Champion and H. Pellet.—Dynamites may be divided into two classes, according to the nature of the absorbent :—(i). Those with an inert base, such as silica, Boghead ashes, Tripoli, &c. (2). Those...
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The office and duties of masters in chancery and practice in the master's ...

Murray Hoffman - 1824 - 437 Seiten
...demand, payable in the course of administration. The numerous cases oh this branch of jurisdiction may be divided into two classes according to the nature of the billwhether a single or a general bill, and each class examined with a view to two points. Firs/, as...
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The British Critic: A New Review, Band 1

1814
...sign and gesture : the divine and moralist alone speak the v the language of instruction. Sentiments may be divided into two classes, according to the ' nature of the affections which they excite. Some are pleasing in that they revive in us certain just, and natural...
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Reformatory education, papers

Henry Barnard - 1857 - 363 Seiten
...Charity, by 31. fiemetz, Honorary Councillor of the Imperial Court of Paris. Agricultural colonies may be divided into two classes according to the nature of the population they contain. Establishments under the first head are open to orphans, to deserted children,...
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The Intellectual Observer, Band 10

1867
...Roman civilization exerted sotno influence upon them. "The whole of the pottery," say our authors, " may be divided into two classes, according to the...quantity of grains of stone ; and a finer kind, made of washed loam, in some cases mixed with a small quantity of charcoal powder. The shape of the vessels...
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Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science, Bände 15-16

1867
...the Lactic Series," by Messrs. ET Chapman and Miles H. Smith, asserts that the acids pf this series may be divided into two classes, according to the nature of the products of oxidation which they respectively furnish ; the first containing hydrogen and anorganic...
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Text.- 2. Plates, with explanations

Ferdinand Keller - 1878
...abundance, but unfortunately chiefly in fragments. These vessels have probably been worked into shape ii the lake habitations, but burnt on the mainland. The...quantity of grains of stone, and a finer kind made of washed loam, in some cases mixed with a small quantity of charcoal powder. The shape of the vessels...
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Diseases and surgery of the genito-urinary system, Band 1

Francis Sedgwick Watson - 1908
...tissue. (From specimen of the author.) Pathology. — MICROSCOPIC CHANGES. — Hypertrophied prostates may be divided into two classes, according to the nature of the tissue changes taking place in the gland: 1. That in which the overgrowth of glandular tissue predominates....
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The Yearbook of Agriculture

1909
...crops of the farmer. DESTRUCTIVE INSECTS CLASSED ACCORDING TO '.METHODS OF FEEDING. Destructive insects may be divided into two classes, according to the nature of the mouth parts. This is especially important from an economic point of view. The grasshopper, being provided...
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Yearbook of agriculture. 1908

United States. Dept. of Agriculture - 1909
...crops of the farmer. DESTRUCTIVE INSECTS CLASSED ACCORDING TO METHODS OF FEEDING. Destructive insects may be divided into two classes, according to the nature of the mouth parts. This is especially important from an economic point of view. The grasshopper, being provided...
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