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" ... state on the general surface of our bodies, and to that of many other permanently rudimental organs, such as the mammary glands of the male and others. For these rudimental organs certainly do not serve, in a lower degree, the same purposes as are... "
The Cyclopædia of Anatomy and Physiology: A-DEA - الصفحة 407
بواسطة Robert Bentley Todd - 1849
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The Retrospect of Practical Medicine and Surgery: Being a ..., المجلدات 15-16

1848
...economy by removing from the blood, as so much excreted matter, the materials of whiok it is composed. same purposes as are served by the homologous parts...completely developed in other species, or in the other sex. To say they are useless, is contrary to all we know of the absolute perfection and all-pervading...
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British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review: Or, Quarterly ..., المجلد 1

1848
...this principle to the apprehension of the true import of the hair which exists in a kind of rudimental state on the general surface of our bodies, and to...completely developed in other species, or in the other sex. To say they are useless, is contrary to all we know of the absolute perfection and all-pervading...
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British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review, المجلد 1

1848
...this principle to the apprehension of the true import of the hair which exists in a kind of rudimental state on the general surface of our bodies, and to...completely developed in other species, or in the other sex. To say they are useless, is contrary to all we know of the absolute perfection and all-pervading...
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Lectures on surgical pathology, المجلد 1

Sir James Paget - 1853
...excreted matter, the materials of which it is composed. 26 CONDITIONS NECESSARY TO in a kind of rudimeutal state, on the general surface of our bodies, and to...completely developed in other species, or in the other sex. To say they are useless, is contrary to all we know of the absolute perfection and all-pervading...
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Principles of human physiology

William Benjamin Carpenter - 1853 - عدد الصفحات: 1058
...nidi1 See Mr. Paget's "Lectures on Nutrition, &c.," in the "Medical Gazette" for 1847: Lect. I. mental organs certainly do not serve, in a lower degree,...completely developed in other species, or in the other sex. To say they are useless, is contrary to all we know of the absolute perfection and all-pervading...
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Principles of human physiology

William Benjamin Carpenter - 1855 - عدد الصفحات: 1140
...rudiroental state, such as the mammary glands of the male. For, as Mr. Paget justly remarks (loc. cit.) " these rudimental organs certainly do not serve, in...completely developed in other species, or in the other sex. To say they are useless, is contrary to all we know of the absolute perfection and all-pervading...
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Principles of Human Physiology, المجلد 1876

William Benjamin Carpenter - 1876 - عدد الصفحات: 1083
...(loc. cit.), "these rudimental organs certainly do not serve, in n lower degree, the ?ame purposes аз are served by the homologous parts which are completely developed in other species, or in the other sex. To say they are useless, is contrary to all we know of the absolute perfection and all-pervading...
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Natural Theology

Rev. Bernard Boedder - 1896 - عدد الصفحات: 480
...that the celebrated physiologist Carpenter quotes with approval the following words of Mr. Paget : " These rudimental organs certainly do not serve, in...completely developed in other species or in the other sex. To say they are useless is contrary to all we know of the absolute perfection and all-pervading...
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