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Teokset Teokset 1 - 10 / 51 haulle ... flower that feeds on the dew it supplies ; yet it bears the fleets of nations....
" ... flower that feeds on the dew it supplies ; yet it bears the fleets of nations on its wings around the world, and crushes the most refractory substances with its weight. When in motion its force is sufficient to level the most stately forests and stable... "
The Domestic World: A Practical Guide in all the Daily Difficulties of the ... - Sivu 18
tekijä(t) Robert Kemp Philp - 1889 - 396 sivua
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Transactions of the Bombay Geographical Society, Nide 9

Bombay Geographical Society - 1850
...buildings with the earth — to raise tho waters of the ocean into ridges like mountains, and dash thfi strongest ships to pieces like toys. It warms and...in itself or suspended in cisterns of clouds, and thrown them down again as rain or dew when they are required. It bends the rays of the sun from their...

EXPLANATIONS AND SAILING DIRECTIONS TO ACCOMPANY THE WIND AND CURRENT CHARTS

LIEUT N.F. MAURY, U.S.N. - 1851
...its force is sufficient to level the most stately forests, and stable buildings, with the Earth—to raise the waters of the ocean into ridges like mountains,...the living creatures that inhabit it. It draws up vapors from the sea and land, retains them dissolved in itself, or suspended in cisterns of clouds,...

The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Nide 56

1854
...motion, its force is sufficient to level the most stately forests and stable buildings with the earth — to raise the waters of the ocean into ridges like...cisterns of clouds, and throws them down again as rain or dew when they are required. It bends the rays of the sun from their path to give us the twilight...

The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Nide 56

1854
...motion, its force is sufficient to level the most stately forests and stable buildings with the earth — to raise the waters of the ocean into ridges like...cisterns of clouds, and throws them down again as rain or dew when they are required. It bends the rays of the sun from their path to give us the twilight...

The Dublin university magazine

University magazine - 1855
...most stately forests and stable buildings with the earth — to raise the waters of the оселп into ridges like mountains, and dash the strongest...cisterns of clouds, and throws them down again as rain or dew when they are required. It bends the rays of the sun from their path, to give us the twilight...

The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal, Nide 45

1855
...buildings with the earth — to raise the waters of the ocean into ridges tike mountains, and chish the strongest ships to pieces like toys. It warms...cisterns of clouds, and throws them down again as ruin or dew when they are required. It bends the rays of the sun from their path, to give us the twilight...

The Physical Geography of the Sea

M. Maury,LL.D. - 1855
...motion, its force is sufficient to level the most stately forests and stable buildings with the earth — to raise the waters of the ocean into ridges like...the living creatures that inhabit it. It draws up vapors from the sea and land, retains * Dr. Buist, of Bombay. them dissolved in itself, or suspended...

elements of physical and political geography

cornelius s carter a m - 1855
...motion its force is sufficient to level the most stately forests and stable buildings with the earth, to raise the waters of the ocean into ridges like...and the living creatures that inhabit it It draws up vapors from the sea and land, retains them dissolved in itself, or suspended in cisterns of clouds,...

The Physical Geography of the Sea

Matthew Fontaine Maury - 1855 - 287 sivua
...its force is sufficient to level the most stately forests and stable buildings with the earth—to raise the waters of the ocean into ridges like mountains,...the living creatures that inhabit it. It draws up vapors from the sea and land, retains * Dr. Buist, of Bombay. them dissolved in itself, or suspended...

The Physical Geography of the Sea

Matthew Fontaine Maury - 1855 - 274 sivua
...creatures that inhabit it. It draws up vapors from the sea and land, retains * Dr. Buist, of Bombay. them dissolved in itself, or suspended in cisterns of clouds, and throws them down again as rain or dew when they are required. It bends the rays of the sun from their path, to give us the twilight...




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