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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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Lectures on the science of human life

Sylvester Graham - 1854
...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 formed, nor without what appeared to me Bufficienl grounds. It is not, I think, going too far to say, that every fact connected with human...
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Esoteric anthropology, the mysteries of man. From the Amer

Thomas Low Nichols - 1873
...frugivorous animal, and that he only becomes an animal of prey by acquired habit.' Mr. THOMAS BELL observes: 'The opinion which I venture to give has not been hastily formed, nor without what appears to me sufficient grounds. It is, I think, not going too far to say, that every fact connected...
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Substance of the work entitled Fruits and farinacea the proper food of man ...

John Smith (of Malton.) - 1880
...Evelyn's Acetaria, p. 170. t Lectures on Physiology, &c., pp. 188, 189, Ml, 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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Fruits and Farinacea the Proper Food of Man: Being an Attempt to Prove from ...

John Smith (of Malton.) - 1849 - 342 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...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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The Dietetic Reformer and Vegetarian Messenger, Band 2

1861
...animals." 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 Bay, that every fact connected with the human organisation goes...
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