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" Stand with your back to the wind and the barometer will be lower on your left hand than on your right. "
Agriculture of Pennsylvania - Página 184
1890
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Nautical Magazine, Volumen52

1883
...have mentioned into what is known as his Law, which for the northern hemisphere runs thus. " Stand with your back to the wind and the barometer will be lower on your loft hand than on your right." The apparatus consists of a bar or cross piece like a ship's yard, hoisted...
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Quarterly Journal of Science, and Annals of Mining, Metallurgy ..., Volumen6

1869
...rule has been very constantly brought before the public of late. It may be thus stated : — Stand with your back to the wind, and the barometer will be lower on your left-hand side than on your right. Accordingly if on any day the reading at Valencia is lower than...
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Van Nostrand's Eclectic Engineering Magazine, Volumen8

1873
...and has laid down a principle whish generally goes by the name of his Law. It runs thus: — " Stand with your back to the wind, and the barometer will be lower on your leit hand than on your right." This Jaw shows us that the old idea that the direction of the wind is...
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The Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ..., Volumen6

James Samuelson, William Crookes - 1869
...rule has been very constantly brought before the public of late. It may be thus stated : — Stand with your back to the wind, and the barometer will be lower on your left-hand side than on your right. Accordingly if on any day the reading at Valencia is lower than...
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Journal of the Royal United Services Institute for Defence Studies, Volumen13

Royal United Services Institute for Defence Studies - 1870
...and by Dr. Lloyd, the present Provost of Trinity College, Dublin. The law is as follows : — Stand with your back to the wind, and the barometer will be lower on your left-hand side than on your right. Stated thus, the law has no predictive force, but, if it be stated...
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Papers and Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania

1871
...* The advent as well direction of the storm has been familiarly expressed by Ballot's law, " Stand with your back to the wind, and the barometer will be lower on your left hand than on your right." This roughly-stated principle will account for the great storms of the Northern Hemisphere, the hurricanes...
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science ..., Volumen18;Volumen81

1873
...barometrical column. This principle is known as Buys Ballot's Law ; it runs as follows : — " Stand with your back to the wind, and the barometer will be lower on your left hand than on your right." This is a simple application to all winds of the principle established long ago by Mr. Redfield and...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volumen18;Volumen81

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell, Henry T. Steele - 1873
...barometrical column. This principle is known as Buys Ballot's Law ; it runs as follows : — " Stand with your back to the wind, and the barometer will be lower on your left hand than on your right." This is a simple application to all winds of the principle established long ago by Mr. Redfield and...
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Evening Hours

LADY BARKER, EDITOR - 1874
...BALLOT'S LAW, after the Dutch Professor of that name, who discovered it. It runs as follows : " Stand with your back to the wind, and the barometer will be lower on your left hand than on your right hand." We know then, from this law, that whenever wo have a Westerly wind the barometer must be lower...
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Report of the Rugby School Natural History Society

1874
...after the Dutch professor of that name, who first saw its importance. It is as follows: — " Stand with your back to the wind and the barometer will be lower on your left hand than on your right." ' It is easy to test this principle by any of the charts of storms on the wall. The lines, called Isobars,...
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