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Teokset Teokset 1 - 10 / 12 haulle ... hold the pencils ; the rule to measure lengths, the cup to gauge quantities,....
" ... hold the pencils ; the rule to measure lengths, the cup to gauge quantities, and the bucket to draw water ; the bellows to blow the fire, and the bottle to retain the match ; the bird-cage and crab-net, the fish-pole and sumpitan, the water-wheel... "
The Middle Kingdom: A Survey of the ... Chinese Empire and Its Inhabitants ... - Sivu 273
tekijä(t) Samuel Wells Williams - 1848 - 614 sivua
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The Christian Review, Nide 13

1848
...crab-net, the fish-pole and sumpitan, the water-wheel and eave-duct, wheel-barrow and hand-cart, etc. etc., are one and all furnished or completed by this magnificent...without it. It serves to embellish the garden of the prince, and shade the hamlets of the peasant, compose the hedge which separates their grounds, assist...

The New Englander

1849
...the match ; the bird cage and crab net, the fish pole and surnpitan, the water wheel and eave duct, wheel-barrow and hand-cart, &.c., &c., are one and...without it. It serves to embellish the garden of the prince, and shade the hamlets of the peasant, coiii|>ose the hedge which separates their grounds, assist...

The American Whig Review, Nide 7

1848
...crabnet, the fish-pole and sumpitan, the waterwheel and eave-duct, wheel-barrow and hand-cart, &c., are all furnished or completed by this magnificent grass,...comparable to its varied usefulness when cut down." The buckwheat is much used in China ; it is called by a name which signifies " triangular wheat," a...

The American Whig Review, Nide 7

1848
...crabnet, the fish-pole and sumpitan, the waterwheel and eave-duct, wheel-barrow and hand-cart, &c., are all furnished or completed by this magnificent grass,...comparable to its varied usefulness when cut down." The buckwheat is much used in China ; it is called by a name which signifies " triangular wheat," a...

The Mechanics' Magazine and Journal of Engineering, Agricultural ..., Nide 76

1862
...crab-net, the fish-pole, the water-wheel and eaveduct ; wheel-barrow and hand-cart, &c., are one und all furnished or completed by this magnificent grass,...comparable to its varied usefulness when cut down. — Scientific American, It has been ascertained that iron telegraph wires which pass near foundries,...

The New England Farmer

Samuel W. Cole - 1861
...wheel-barrow and hand-cart, etc., are one and all furnished or completed by this magnificent grase, whose graceful beauty when growing is comparable to its varied usefulness when cut down. — Rev. BS Maclay. As we have stated before, we do not work our hog», either in harness or on the...

The Technologist. Ed. by P.L. Simmonds, Nide 3

Peter Lund Simmonds - 1863
...machines and utensila, are one and all furnished by this magnificent grass, the graceful beauty of which when growing is comparable to its varied usefulness...constant application of the bamboo, nor the people carry on their daily pursuits without it. The very phrase, to "bamboo a man," has almost become incorporated...

The Cyclopædia of India and of Eastern and Southern Asia ..., Nide 1

Edward Balfour - 1871
...crab-net, the fish-pole and sumpitan, the water wheel and aqueduct, wheelbarrow and cart, &c., Stc , are one and all furnished or completed by this magnificent...comparable to its varied usefulness when cut down. There are many kinds of bamboo in Borneo, but that most valued is the large kind, called by the natives...

The Fisheries Exhibition Literature, Nide 5

1883
...arrest the criminal, and the rod to punish him, all ' originate here ' — from this magnificent plant, whose graceful beauty when growing is comparable to its varied usefulness when cut down." 2nd. Nets. — The Chinese nets are all hand-made from hemp, cotton, or silk ; and, after being boiled...

The Fisheries of China

J. Duncan Campbell - 1883 - 20 sivua
...arrest the criminal, and the rod to punish him, all ' originate here ' — from this magnificent plant, whose graceful beauty when growing is comparable to its varied usefulness when cut down." 2nd. Nets. — The Chinese nets are all hand-made from hemp, cotton, or silk ; and, after being boiled...




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