A General View Of The Natural History Of The Atmosphere V2: And Of Its Connection With The Sciences Of Medicine And Agriculture (1808) ebook
by Henry Robertson
The greatest diameter of the largest appeared to me at that distance as if it would measure ten feet fall upon the ground with my head to the northward, when I felt the heat of its current plainly upon my face.
The greatest diameter of the largest appeared to me at that distance as if it would measure ten feet Встречается в книгах (92) с 1750 по 2005. Стр. 296 - I scarce could turn to fall upon the ground with my head to the northward, when I felt the heat of its current plainly upon my face fall upon the ground with my head to the northward, when I felt the heat of its current plainly upon my face. We all lay flat on the ground, as if dead, till Idris told us it was blown over. The meteor, or purple haze, which I saw, was indeed passed, but the light air that still blew was of heat to threaten suffocation.
December 15, 2009 History Published 1808 by W. Laing, A. Constable. Landmarks of science.
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In the early Golden Age of Islamic Medicine, Abū Zayd Ḥunain ibn Isḥāq al-'Ibādī, an exceptional . These conceptions of sacred islands and islands of adventure coexisted with the use of actual islands as places of political exile.
In the early Golden Age of Islamic Medicine, Abū Zayd Ḥunain ibn Isḥāq al-'Ibādī, an exceptional scholar and translator, emerged. He was known as Johannitius in medieval Europe. Al-Masā'il fī al-tibb lil-Mutāllimīn ( Questions on Medicine for Students) was written by Hunain ibn Isḥāq. By exploring island traditions in Chinese literature, this paper adds to our knowledge of how and why people throughout history have regarded islands and archipelagos as special.