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" How much of the poetry or literature of Europe would be intelligible to persons whose ideas had expanded only to the limits of a coral island ;— who had never conceived of a surface of land above half a mile in breadth,— of a slope higher than a beach,... "
Corals and Coral Islands - Page 283
by James Dwight Dana - 1872 - 398 pages
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The American Journal of Science, Volume 62

Science - 1851
...twenty-nine in number, — but a single mineral, — quadrupeds none, with the exception of foreign mice, — fresh water barely enough for household...of seasons beyond a variation in the prevalence of rains? What elevation in morals should be expected upon a contracted islet, so readily over-peopled...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Volume 49

Geology - 1850
...in number, — but a single mineral, — quadrupeds, ii •!!•.•. with the exception of foreign mice, — fresh water barely enough for household...of seasons beyond a variation in the prevalence of rains ? What elevation in morals should be expected upon a contracted islet, so readily overpeopled...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Volume 49

Science - 1850
...twenty-nine in number, — but a single mineral, — -quadrupeds, none, with the exception of foreign mice, — fresh water barely enough for household...of seasons beyond a variation in the prevalence of rains 1 What elevation in morals should be expected upon a contracted islet, so readily overpeopled...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery, Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

Industrial arts - 1852
...enough for household purposes — no streams, nor mountains, nor hills? How much of the poetry and literature of Europe would be intelligible to persons...who had never conceived of a surface of land above a half a mile in breadth — of a slope higher than a beach — of a change of seasons beyond a variation...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery, Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

Industrial arts - 1852
...bareljr-enough for household purposes — no streams, nor mountains, nor hills? How much of the poetry and literature of Europe would be intelligible to persons...who had never conceived of a surface of land above a half a mile in breadth — of a slope higher than a beach — of a change of seasons beyond a variation...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery, Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

Industrial arts - 1852
...enough for household purposes — no streams, nor mountains, nor hills? How much of the poetry and literature of Europe would be intelligible to persons...who had never conceived of a surface of land above a half a mile in breadth — of a slope higher than a beach — of a change of seasons beyond a variation...
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ON CORAL REEFS AND ISLANDS

JAMES D. DANA - 1853
...twenty-nine in number. — but a single mineral, — quadrupeds none, with the exception of foreign mice, — fresh water barely enough for household...of seasons beyond a variation in the prevalence of rains ? What elevation in morals should be expected upon a contracted islet, so readily over-peopled...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 1

Science - 1872
...enough for household purposes — no streams, nor mountains, nor hills? How much of the poetry and literature of Europe would be intelligible to persons whose ideas had expanded only to the limits of a coral-island, who had never conceived of a surface of land above half a mile in breadth — of a slope...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 1

Science - 1872
...enough for household purposes — no streams, nor mountains, nor hills ? How much of the poetry and literature of Europe would be intelligible to persons whose ideas had expanded only to the limits of a coral-island, who had never conceived of a surface of land above half a mile in breadth — of a slope...
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The Principles of Sociology, Volume 6, Issue 1877

Herbert Spencer - Sociology - 1877 - 1580 pages
...Europe would be intelligible to persous whose ideas had expanded only to the limits of a coral-island, who had never conceived of a surface of land above...mile in breadth — of a slope higher than a beach, or of change in seasons beyond a variation in the prevalence of rain?" Contrariwise, the effect produced...
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