The Missouri Dental Journal, Volumen8

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Homer Judd, Christopher W. Spalding, Henry Seymour Chase
Levison & Blythe, 1876

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Página 175 - Punctuality is important as it gains time, it is like packing things in a box ; a good packer will get in half as much more as a bad one.
Página 2 - This consists of four arms, suspended on a steel point resting on a cup, so that it is capable of revolving horizontally. To the extremity of each arm is fastened a thin disk of pith, lampblacked on one side, the black surfaces facing the same way. The whole is enclosed in a glass globe, which is then exhausted to the highest attainable point and hermetically sealed.
Página 4 - A heavy metallic mass, when brought near a delicately suspended light ball, attracts or repels it under the following circumstances. " I. When the ball is in air of ordinary density. a. If the mass is colder than the ball, it repels the ball. b. If the mass is hotter than the ball, it attracts the ball. " II. When the ball is in a vacuum. a. If the mass is colder than the ball, it attracts the ball. /'•. If the mass is hotter than the ball, it repels the ball.
Página 69 - ... development of the dental organs ; but such a condition would be most potent of evil if transmitted to offspring. I do not hesitate to place it upon record that the next generation will see more of abnormality in dental development, and an increase of nervous and cerebral diseases, and that the two are correlated and spring from the same cause. It is too late to stop it in those who have passed infancy, but it is not too late to modify and partially remedy the evil in those now being born, and...
Página 141 - An act to regulate the practice of Dentistry in the State of Georgia was received from Dr.
Página 6 - I have endeavored to remain unfettered by the hasty adoption of a theory, which, in the early stages of an inquiry, must almost of necessity be erroneous. Some minds are so constituted that they seem impelled to form a theory on the slightest experimental basis. There is then great danger of their becoming advocates, and unconsciously favoring facts which seem to prove their preconceived ideas, and neglecting others which might oppose their views.
Página 5 - The density of the medium surrounding the ball, the material of which the ball is made, and a very slight difference between the temperatures' of the mass and the ball, exert so strong an influence over the attractive and repulsive force, and it has been so difficult for me to eliminate all interfering actions of temperature, electricity, &c., that I have not yet been able to get distinct evidence of an independent force (not being of the nature of heat) urging the ball and the mass together.
Página 179 - ... and maintains a high standard of the same; (4) Mercury in small doses acts as a tonic upon healthy animals, increasing their weight; in larger doses it is debilitating or fatal; (5) Mercury in small doses is tonic (for a time at least) for individuals in fair health, not syphilitic. In such individuals it increases the number of the red corpuscles.
Página 2 - To the extremity of each arm is fastened a thin disc of pith, white on one side and lamp-blacked on the other, the black surfaces of all the discs facing the same way.
Página 5 - I. When the ball is in air of ordinary density. (a) If the mass is colder than the ball, it repels the ball. (b) If the mass is hotter than the ball, it attracts the ball. " II. When the ball is in a vacuum. (a) If the mass is colder than the ball, it attracts the ball. (b) If the mass is hotter than the ball, it repels the ball.

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