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Books Books 1 - 8 of 8 on ... proportions of symmetry." (p. 15.) The third chapter treats of the nature and....
" ... proportions of symmetry." (p. 15.) The third chapter treats of the nature and quality of ground on which buildings are to be erected ; it is very copious and very curious. Minute directions are given for constructing a plough, and for ploughing the... "
Essay on the Architecture of the Hindús - Page 19
1834 - 64 pages
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Loudon's Architectural Magazine, Volume 1

John Claudius Loudon - 1834
...constructing a plough, and for ploughing the ground on which the house is to be built. This being done, " let sesamum seeds, pulse, and kidneybeans be sown,...due reverence be paid to the spiritual teacher ; and let the oxen, and the plough to which they are attached, be presented to him. When the crops are matured,...
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The Architectural Magazine, Volume 1

1834
...constructing a plough, and for ploughing the ground on which the house is to be built. This being done, " let sesamum seeds, pulse, and kidneybeans be sown,...due reverence be paid to the spiritual teacher; and let the oxen, and the plough to which they are attached, be presented to him. When the crops are matured,...
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Saint Louis Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 6

1869
...wall of the cervical part of the uterus, while the upper could be felt high up towards the umbilicus, a little more to the right than to the left of the linea alba. The os uteri was soft and dilated, so that one finger would easily enter it. The bladder...
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Medical Review, Volume 2, Issues 10-15

1899
...intense. On the 1 9th day after labour, above the pubic symphysis was a slight swelling, extending a little more to the right than to the left of the middle line. It was tender but hard and nonfluctuating. The lochia were abundant and fcetid ; the temperature...
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The American Journal of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children, Volume 62

1910
...jaundice. A large firm mass the size of a croquet ball fills the epigastric region and is situated a little more to the right than to the left of the median line. The mass is not movable or very tender on pressure. It was thought to be an enlarged gall-bladder...
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Canada Lancet, Volume 35

1902
...abdomen, more moveable to the left than to the right. It is quite free and not nodular. It extends a little more to the right than to the left of the middle line. The colon can be traced above but not over it. The Hanks are tympanitic. There is no glandular...
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Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry, Volume 1

1919
...together with the reeling gait, made possible a diagnosis of a lesion in the cerebellum perhaps extending a little more to the right than to the left of the vermis. He had a tendency to fall backward rather than sideways so the lesion was probably in the vermis...
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The Medical Examiner; a Semi-monthly Journal of Medical Sciences, Volume 10

Nathan Smith Davis - 1869
...wall of the cervical part of the uterus, while the upper could be felt high up towards the umbilicus, a little more to the right than to the left of the linea alba. The os uteri was soft and dilated, so that one finger would easily enter it. A good idea...
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