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" ... the stomach itself would be digested. But we find, on the contrary, that the stomach, which at one instant, that is, while possessed of the living principle, was capable of resisting the digestive powers which it contained, the next moment, viz.,... "
Descriptive and Illustrated Catalogue of the Histological Series Contained ... - Seite 185
von Royal College of Surgeons of England. Museum, John Quekett - 1852
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Annual Register, Band 16

Edmund Burke - 1774
...one inflant, that is, while poflefled of the living principle, was capable of refilling the digeftive powers which it contained, the next moment, viz. when deprived of the living principle, is itfelf capable of being digefted, either by the digeftive powers of other ftomachs, or by the remains...
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The Philosophy of Natural History, Band 1

William Smellie - 1790
...inftant, that ' is, while poflefled of the living principle, was capable of refitting * the digeftive powers which it contained, the next moment, viz. * when deprived of the living, principle,, is itfelf capable of being ' digefted, either by the digeftive powers of other ftomachs, or by '• the...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Band 62,Teil 2

1792
...one inflant, that is while poffcfled of the Irving princifilt, was capable of refining the digeflive powers which it contained, the next moment, viz. when deprived of the living principle, is itfelf capable of being digefled, either bythe digeftive pnwers of other fbimachs, or by the remains...
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Walker's Hibernian Magazine, Or, Compendium of Entertaining Knowledge, Teil 2

1792
...one inftant, that is, while poffeffed of the living principle, was capable of refifting the digeftive powers which it contained, the next moment, viz. when deprived of the living principle, is itfclf capable of being digefted, either by the digeftive power of other ftomachs, or by the remains...
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The Evangelical Magazine

1804
...substances from undergoing that process, the stomach itself would be digested. But we iud, on the contrary, that the stomach, which, at one instant, that is,...living principle, is itself capable of being digested, either by the digestive powers of other stomachs, or by the remains of that power which it had of digesting...
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Annual Register, Band 16

1803
...substances from undergoing that process, the stomach, itself would be digested. But we find on the contrary, that the stomach, which at one instant, that is, while...the living principle, was capable of resisting the digesting powers which it contained the 'next moment, viz. when deprived of the living principle, is...
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A Complete History of the Holy Bible: As Contained in the Old and ..., Band 1

Laurence Howel, George Burder - 1807
...from undergoing that process, the stomach itself would be digested. But •we find, on the contrary, that the stomach, which, at one instant, that is,...living principle, is itself capable of being digested, either by the digestive powers of other stomachs, or by the remains of that power which it had of digesting...
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A history of the holy Bible, corrected and improved by G. Gleig

Thomas Stackhouse - 1817
...substances from undergoing that process, the stomach itself would be digested. But we find, on the contrary, that the stomach, which at one instant, that is, while...living principle, is itself capable of being digested, either by the digestive power of other stomachs, or by the remains of that power which it had of digesting...
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The Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine

1812
...inftant, that is, while poflefled of the living principle, was capable of t< filling the digeftive powers which it contained, the next moment, viz. when deprived of the living principle, is itfelf capable of being digefted either by the digeftive powers of other ftomachs, oc by the remains...
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The Wonders of Nature and Providence, Displayed

1826 - 616 Seiten
...from undergoing that process, the stomach itself would be digested. " Hut we find, on the contrary, that the stomach, which, at one instant, that is,...living principle, is itself capable of being digested either by the digestive powers of other stomachs, or by the remains of that power which it had of digesting...
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