| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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,... | |
| 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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