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" I formed an idea of the course of the storm, which I will explain by a familiar instance. I suppose a long canal of water stopped at the end by a gate. The water is at rest till the gate is opened ; then it begins to move out through the gate, and the... "
American Edition of the British Encyclopedia: Or, Dictionary of Arts and ... - الصفحة 3
بواسطة William Nicholson - 1821
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An Essay on the Weather: With Remarks on the Shepherd of Banbury's Rules for ...

John Mills - 1773 - عدد الصفحات: 127
...and moves towards the gate ; the water next to that firft water moves next, and ib on fucceffively, till the water at the head of the canal is in motion, which is laft of all. In this cafe all the water moves indeed towards the gate, but the fucceffive times of...
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The American museum, or, Repository of ancient and modern fugitive ..., المجلد 2

Mathew Carey - 1789
...and moves towards the gate ; the water next to that firS water moves next, and fo on fucceffively, till the water at the head of the canal is in motion, which is laft of all. In this cafe all the water moves indeed towards the gate, but the fucceflive times of...
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The Scots Magazine, المجلد 51

1789
...inltance or two. 1 fuppufe a long canal of water flopped at the end by a gate. The water is at reft till the gate is opened ; then it begins to move out through the gate, and the water next the gate is firft in motion, and moves on towards the gate, and fo on fucceffively till the water at the head of...
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The Balance, and Columbian Repository, المجلد 2

1803
...and moves towards the gate ; the water next to that firft water moves next, and fo on fucceffively, till the water at the head of the canal is in motion, which is laft of all. In this cafe, ail the water move's indeed towards the gate, .but the fucceffive times...
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The new encyclopædia; or, Universal dictionary ofarts and sciences, المجلد 23

Encyclopaedia Perthensis - 1807
...familiar inftance. I fuppofe a long canal of water Hopped at the end by a gate. The water ii tt reft till the gate is opened ; then it begins to move out through the gate, and the water next the gate is firft in motion, and moves on towards the gate ; and fo on fucceffively, till the water at the head...
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The British encyclopedia, or, Dictionary of arts and sciences

William Nicholson - 1809
...supported by recent observations both in America and Scotland. He argued tints : " I suppose a long canal of water, stopped at the end by a gate. The water is at rest till the ¡rate is opened ; then it begins to move out through the gate, and the water next the gate is fire...
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A System of Chemistry, المجلد 4

Thomas Thomson - 1810 - عدد الصفحات: 669
...idea of the course of the storm, which! I will explain by a familiar instance. • 1 suppose a long canal of water stopped at the end by a gate. The water;...in motion, and moves on towards the gate ; and so tin successively, till the water at the bead of the canal is in.motion, which it is last of all. In...
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The Gallery of Nature and Art; Or, a Tour Through Creation and Science, المجلد 4

Edward Polehampton - 1815
...formed an idea of the course of the storm, which I will explain by a familiar instance. I suppose a long canal of water stopped at the end by a gate. The water...water at the head of the canal is in motion, which it is last of all. In this case all the water moves indeed towards the gate ; but the successive times...
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The Gallery of Nature and Art; Or, a Tour Through Creation and Science

Edward Polehampton - 1815
...formed an idea of the course of the storm, which I will explain by a familiar instance. I suppose a long canal of water stopped at the end by a gate. The water...water at the head of the canal is in motion, which it is last of all. In this case all the water moves indeed towards the gate ; but the successive times...
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The gallery of nature and art; or a tour through creation and science ...

Edward Polehampton, John M. Good - 1821
...formed an idea of the course of the storm, which I will explain by a familiar instance. I suppose a long canal of water stopped at the end by a gate. The water...water at the head of the canal is in motion, which it is last of all... In this case all the water moves indeed towards the gate ; but the successive...
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