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" ... to make the heart of a spectator ache, who knows the effect and the absurdity of it, to see five horses at length drawing a plough, and that perhaps upon a rich loam, where the force required is not more than 3 cwt. He cannot but think that in such... "
The Doctrine of Plain and Spherical Trigonometry: With Its Application and ... - Página 85
por William Hawney - 1725 - 479 páginas
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An Account of the Life, Writings, and Inventions of John Napier, of Merchiston

David Stewart Erskine Earl of Buchan, Walter Minto - 1787 - 134 páginas
...(15) Of five great circles of the fphere AB, BC, CD, DE, and EA (Fig. XV.) let the firft interfecl: the fecond ; the fecond, the third ; the third, the...the fifth; and the fifth, the firft; at right angles in the points B, C, D, E and A : there are formed, by the interfecTlons mentioned and by thofe at the...
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General View of the Agriculture of Buckinghamshire

St. John Priest, Richard Parkinson - 1810 - 412 páginas
...more than 3 cwt. He cannot but think that in such cases the first horse draws the second, the second the third, the third the fourth, the fourth the fifth, and the fifth the plough, and that in fact the principal part of the draught lies upon the first horse, and that sometimes...
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A review of the reports to the Board of agriculture

William Humphrey Marshall - 1815
...more than 3 cwt. He cannot but think that in such cases the first horse draws the second, the second the third, the third the fourth, the fourth the fifth, and the fifth the plough, and that in fact the principal part of the draught Ifes upon the first horse," (!)* " and that...
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The Mathematical And Other Writings Of Robert Leslie Ellis

Harvey Goodwin - 1863
...formed on the surface of a sphere by five great circles, of which the first cuts the second, the second the third, the third the fourth, the fourth the fifth, and the fifth the first at right angles; the other intersections taking place at oblique angles. " Thus, for example,...
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The Mathematical and Other Writings of R. L. E. ... Edited by W. Walton ...

William Walton - 1863
...formed on the surface of a sphere by five great circles, of which the first cuts the second, the second the third, the third the fourth, the fourth the fifth, and the fifth the first at right angles; the other intersections taking place at oblique angles. " Thus, for example,...
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