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Historia Naturalis Testaceorum Britanniae, Or, The British Conchology ... - Seite 160
von Emanuel Mendes da Costa - 1778 - 254 Seiten
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The History of the Royal Society of London, for the Improving of Natural ...

Thomas Sprat - 1667 - 438 Seiten
...Ojfters that " are put into them in four or five days, though they " commonly let them continue there fix Weeks, or " two Months, in which time they will be of a dark « green. " To prove that the Sun operates in the greening, " Taksbury Pits wiJJ green only in Summer 5 but that <c the Earth hath...
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The History of the Royal Society of London: For the Improving of Natural ...

Thomas Sprat - 1722 - 438 Seiten
...put intq them in four or five days, though they " commonly let them continue there fix Weeks, ot " two Months, in which time they will be of a dark *' green* " To prove that the Sun operates in die greening, Pits will green only in Summer ? but that "" the Earth hath the greater...
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The British Encyclopedia, Or Dictionary of Arts and Sciences ..., Band 5

William Nicholson - 1809
...oysters that are put into them, in four or five days ; though they commonly let them continue there six weeks or two months, in which time they will be of a dark green. To prove that the sun operates iu the greening, Tolesbury pits will green only in summer ; but that the earth hath the...
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The British encyclopedia, or, Dictionary of arts and sciences

William Nicholson - 1809
...them, in four or five days ; though they commonly let them continue there six weeks or two months, iii which time they will be of a dark green. To prove that the sun operates in the greening, Tolesbury pits will green only in summer ; but that the earth hath the...
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American Edition of the British Encyclopedia: Or, Dictionary of Arts ..., Band 9

William Nicholson - 1821
...oysters that are put into them, in four or five days; though they commonly let them continue there six weeks or two months, in which time they will be of a dark green. To prove that the sun operates in the greening, Tolesbury pits will green only in summer ; but that the earth hath the...
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History and Description of the Ancient Town and Borough of ..., Band 2

Thomas Cromwell - 1825
...oysters that are put into them in four or five days, though they commonly let them continue there six weeks or two months; in which time they will be of a dark green. It is very remarkable, that a pit within a foot of a greening-pit will not green; and those that did...
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The London Encyclopaedia: Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art ..., Band 16

Thomas Curtis - 1829
...oysters that are put into them four or five days, though they commonly let them continue there six weeks or two months, in which time they will be of a dark green. The oysters, when the tide conies in, lie with iheir hollow shell downwards ; and, when it goes out,...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Band 47

Robert Jameson - 1849
...oysters that are put into them in four or five clays, though they commonly let them continue there six weeks or two months, in which time they will be of a dark green. * * The oysters, when the tide comes in, lie with their hollow shell downwards, and when it goes out...
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A history of British mollusca, and their shells, by E. Forbes and S. Hanley

Edward Forbes, Sylvanus Charles T. Hanley - 1853
...oysters that are put into them in four or five days, though they commonly let them continue there six weeks or two months, in which time they 'will be of a dark green. * * * The oysters when the tide comes in lie with their hollow-shell downwards, and when it goes out...
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Natural history. Mollusca

Philip Henry Gosse - 1854
...oysters that are put into them in four or five days, though they commonly let them continue there six weeks or two months, in which time they will be of a dark green. . . . " The oysters, when the tide comes in, lie with their hollow shell downwards ; and when it goes...
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