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" of which distinct races of living beings have flourished on the land and in the waters, the remains of these creatures still lying buried in the crust of the earth. By the " earth's crust," is meant that small portion of the exterior of our planet which... "
A MANUAL OF ELEMENTARY GEOLOGY - Seite 2
von SIR CHARLES LYELL, M.A. F.R.S. - 1853
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Elements of Geology

Sir Charles Lyell - 1838 - 543 Seiten
...condition gradually, under a great variety of circumstances, and at successive periods, during each of which distinct races of living beings have flourished...our planet which is accessible to human observation. It comprises not merely all of which the structure is laid open in mountain precipices, or in cliffs...
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Elements of geology

sir Charles Lyell (bart.) - 1838
...condition gradually, under a great variety of circumstances, and at successive periods, during each of which distinct races of living beings have flourished...creatures still lying buried in the crust of the earth. Ch. IJ THE EARTH'S CRUST. 3 By the " earth's crust," is meant that small portion of the exterior of...
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Elements of Geology

Sir Charles Lyell - 1839 - 316 Seiten
...condition gradually, under a great variety of circumstances, and at successive periods, during each of which distinct races of living beings have flourished...our planet which is accessible to human observation. It comprises not merely all of which the structure is laid open in mountain precipices, or in cliffs...
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The certainties of geology

William Sidney Gibson - 1840
...condition gradually, under a great variety of circumstances, and at successive periods, during each of which, distinct races of living beings have flourished...creatures still lying buried in the crust of the earth." Lyell, Elements of Geology, p. 2. Inquiries touching a system of nature " calculated for millions,...
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Elements of Geology, Band 1

Sir Charles Lyell - 1841
...condition gradually, under a great variety of circumstances, and at successive periods, during each of which distinct races of living beings have flourished...is accessible to human observation, or on which we are enabled to reason by observations made at or near the surface. These reasonings may extend to a...
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An essay on education [by A., J.C. and E.P. Nesbit].

Anthony Nesbit, John Collis Nesbit - 1841
...condition gradually, under a great variety of circumstances;' and at successive periods, during each of which, distinct races of living beings have flourished...Creatures still lying buried in the Crust of the Earth." EXTRACT FROM CHAMBERS'S GEOLOGY. "WHEN WE ARRIVE at the Muschelkalk, or Shell Limestone, we find a...
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Elements of geology

sir Charles Lyell (bart.) - 1841
...begBHUOg of t the state in which we now behold thei these creatures still lying buried in the crust oí the earth. By the " earth's crust," is meant that...is accessible to human observation, or on which we are enabled to reason by observations made at or near the surface. These reasonings may extend to a...
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Elements of Geology

Sir Charles Lyell - 1845 - 316 Seiten
...condition gradually, under a great variety of circumstances, and at successive periods, during each of which distinct races of living beings have flourished...our planet which is accessible to human observation. It comprises not merely all of which the structure is laid open in mountain precipices, or in cliñs...
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Elements of Geology

Sir Charles Lyell - 1846 - 305 Seiten
...condition gradually, under a great variety of circumstances, and at successive periods, during each of which distinct races of living beings have flourished...our planet which is accessible to human observation. It comprises not merely all of which the structure is laid open in mountain precipices, or in cliffs...
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The Penscellwood papers: essays by the author of 'Dr. Hookwell'.

Robert Armitage - 1846
...with the " earth's crust," and of the extent of this in depth an eminent geologist* thus speaks: " By the " earth's crust," is meant that small portion...our planet which is accessible to human observation. It comprises, not merely all of which the structure is laid open in mountain precipices, or in cliffs...
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