| William Hemingway - 1906
...trial. The court erred in modifying plaintiff's second charge. The court was asked to charge the jury " **that the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts."** The court was willing to instruct the jury that a principal might confide to an agent power to do anything... | |
| Herbert Quick - 1907 - 546 páginas
...poverty comes from monopoly created by law, and mostly from land and highway monopoly, is as axiomatic as **that the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts."** "Well, well, Emerson," answered the judge soothingly, "maybe that's so — we won't discuss it; and... | |
| Reynolds Family Association - 1908
...president, I am your executive, pledged to execute your wishes. You are the RFA In mathematics we are taught **that the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts.** That means that the R. FA a year from today will be equal to the sum of all the efforts of its members.... | |
| Arthur Hastings Grant, Harold Sinley Buttenheim - 1916
...pieces and sell city planning to each piece. If, then, there be science in the mathematical maxim, **that "the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts,"** if then we sold city planning to all the parts of a city, we should have sold it to the whole city.... | |
| 1910
...whole. Here it commonly follows a list of particulars, gathering them up into one, according to the **axiom that the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts.** The children of the porters in Ezra 2 42 are assigned to six different families, " the whole 139."... | |
| United States. Interstate Commerce Commission - 1911
...operation', but its mileage proportion of the whole. This is no denial of the mathematical proposition **that the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts,** because there is a value created by and resulting from the combined operation of all Its parts as one... | |
| Matthew Henry Buckham - 1912 - 372 páginas
...apprehends them is a J different faculty from the logical understanding, and works by different methods. **That the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts,** and that infinity is greater than the sum of all v finite quantities, I know by intuitive reason. That... | |
| Matthew Henry Buckham - 1912 - 372 páginas
...apprehends them is a different faculty from the logical understanding, and works by different methods. **That the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts,** and that infinity is greater than the sum of all finite quantities, I know by intuitive reason. That... | |
| James Thomas Young - 1915 - 663 páginas
...continuous and connected operation of the whole. This is no denial of the mathematical proposition **that the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts,** because there is a value created by and resulting from the combined operation of all its parts as one... | |
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