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" And it often makes a great difference with what things and in what position the same first-beginnings are held in union and what motions they mutually impart and receive... "
Elementary Chemistry - Page 192
by Matthew Moncrieff Pattison Muir, Charles Slater - 1887 - 368 pages
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T. Lucreti Cari De rerum natura libri sex: wtih notes and a translation by H ...

Titus Lucretius Carus - 1900 - 183 pages
...And it often makes a great difference with what things and in what position the same first-beginnings are held in union and what motions they mutually impart and receive; for the same make up heaven sea lands rivers sun, the same make up corn trees and living things ; but...
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The Story of Alchemy and the Beginnings of Chemistry

Matthew Moncrieff Pattison Muir - Alchemy - 1902 - 185 pages
...makes a great difference," he said, " with what things, and in what positions the same firstbeginnings are held in union, and what motions they mutually impart and receive." For instance, certain atoms may be so arranged at one time as to produce fire, and, at another time,...
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De Rerum Natura: Libri Sex

Titus Lucretius Carus - 1903 - 183 pages
...often makes a very great difference with what things and in what position the same first-beginnings are held in union and what motions they mutually impart and receive, and that the same may when a little changed in arrangement produce say fires and a fir ? just as the...
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The Study of Chemical Composition: An Account of Its Method and Historical ...

Ida Freund - Chemical structure - 1904 - 650 pages
...it often makes a great difference with what things and in what position the s-ioie first-beginnings are held in union and what motions they mutually impart and receive ; for the same make up heaven, sea, lands, rivers, sun ; the same make up corn, trees, living things...
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Lucretius on the Nature of Things

Titus Lucretius Carus - 1908 - 267 pages
...often makes a very great difference with what things and in what position the same firstbeginnings are held in union and what motions they mutually impart and receive, and that the same may when a little changed in arrangement produce say fires and a fir? just as the...
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elementary chemistry

George Fownes - Chemistry - 1845 - 460 pages
...(C1erk Maxwell). This doctrine was developed by Epicurus (340 — 270 BC). In the poem De Rerum ffatura, Lucretius gives what purports to be an account of...did not work. It * Lucretius, De Rerum Natura, n. 1007—9 (Munro's translation). did not admit of accurate applications to the facts of nature. It was...
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The Study of Chemical Composition

Ida Freund - 1968
...And it often makes a great difference with what things and in what position the same first-beginnings are held in union and what motions they mutually impart and receive ; for the same make up heaven, sea, lauds, rivers, sun ; the same make up corn, trees, living things...
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