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" The opinion which I venture to give has not been hastily formed, nor without what appeared to me sufficient grounds. It is not, I think, going too far to say, that every fact connected with human organization goes to prove that man was originally formed... "
On the loss of teeth and loose teeth: on the best means of restoring them - Seite 47
von Thomas Howard - 1861 - 61 Seiten
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The Journal of Health, Bände 3-4

...physiological observations on the natural food of man, deduced from the character of the teeth : " The opinion which I venture to give has not been hastily...nor without what appeared to me sufficient grounds. It is not, I [ think, going too far to say, that every fact connected with human organization goes...
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A Defence of the Graham System of Living: Or, Remarks on Diet and Regimen ...

1835 - 200 Seiten
...which all others are mere deviations. It becomes, therefore, a question of some interest, and perhaps no less difficulty, to what food the structure which...nor without what appeared to me sufficient grounds. " We may be led, by a careful examination of the structure of the different organs, and by an analogical...
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Vegetable Diet: As Sanctioned by Medical Men, and by Experience in All Ages

William Andrus Alcott - 1838 - 276 Seiten
...physiological observations on the natural food of man, deduced from the character of the teeth, says, " The opinion which I venture to give, has not been...nor without what appeared to me sufficient grounds. It is not, I think, going too far to say, that every fact connected with human organization goes to...
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Vegetable diet: as sanctioned by medical men, and by experience in all ages

William Andrus Alcott - 1838 - 276 Seiten
...physiological observations on the natural food of man, deduced from the character of the teeth, says, " The opinion which I venture to give, has not been...nor without what appeared to me sufficient grounds. It is not, I think, going too far to say, that every fact connected with human organization goes to...
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American Journal of Dental Science, Bände 1-2

1839
...though a sufficient degree, and to exhibit a perfection of structure which may be considered as being the true type, from •which all other forms are mere...with diffidence, and do not profess to consider it much more than hypothetical. " The endowment of reason, that greatest, best gift of the Creator, appears,...
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The Discourses and Letters of Louis Cornaro, on a Sober and Temperate Life

Luigi Cornaro - 1842 - 228 Seiten
...Physiological observations on the natural food of man, deduced from the character of the teeth," says, " The opinion which I venture to give, has not been...nor without what appeared to me sufficient grounds." " It is not, I think, going too far to say that every fact connected with human organization, goes...
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How to preserve 'the house I live in'; or, Hints for the regulation of health

1844 - 12 Seiten
...physiological observations on the natural food of man, deduced from the character of the teeth, says, " The opinion which I venture to give has not been hastily...nor without what appeared to me sufficient grounds. It is not, I think, going too far to say, that every fact connected with human organization goes to...
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Fruits and Farinacea; the Proper Food of Man

1845
...fruits." 100. Mr. Thomas Bell, in his "Anatomy, Physiology, and Diseases of the Teeth", observes—"The opinion which I venture to give, has not been hastily...nor without what appeared to me sufficient grounds. It is, I think, not going too far to say, that every fact connected with the human organization goes...
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Lectures on the Science of Human Life

Sylvester Graham - 1849 - 289 Seiten
...Physiological Observations on the Natural Food of Man deduced from the Character of the Teeth,' says, ' The opinion which I venture to give has not been hastily...nor without what appeared to me sufficient grounds. It is not, I think, going too far to say, that every fact connected with human organization goes to...
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Fruits and Farinacea: The Proper Food of Man: Being an Attempt to Prove ...

John Smith (of Malton, Eng.) - 1854 - 314 Seiten
...vegetable. 100. Mr. Thomas Bell, in his "Anatomy, Physiology, and Diseases of the Teeth," observes : " The opinion which I venture to give has not been hastily...nor without what appeared to me sufficient grounds. It is, I think, not going too far to say, that every fact connected with the human organization goes...
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