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" By a fossil is meant any body, or the traces of the existence of any body, whether animal or vegetable, which has been buried in the earth by natural causes. "
Geology of the Counties of England and of North and South Wales - Seite xiii
von William Jerome Harrison - 1882 - 346 Seiten
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Elements of Geology

Sir Charles Lyell - 1838 - 543 Seiten
...independent evidence of fossils, so abundantly included in the earth's crust. By a fossil is meant any body, or the traces of the existence of any body,...which has been buried in the earth by natural causes. Now the remains of animals, especially of aquatic species, are found almost everywhere imbedded in...
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Elements of Geology

Sir Charles Lyell - 1839 - 316 Seiten
...independent evidence of fossils, so abundantly included in the earth's crust. By a fossil is meant any body, or the traces of the existence of any body, whether animal or vege* See Silliman's Amer. Journ. of Sci. vol. xxviii. 1835 ; also Principles of Geology, Index, "...
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Elements of Geology, Band 1

Sir Charles Lyell - 1841
...independent evidence of fossils, so abundantly included in the earth's crust. By a fossil is meant any body, or the traces of the existence of any body,...animal or vegetable, which has been buried in the earlh by natural causes. Now the remains of animals, especially of aquatic species, are found almost...
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Bibliotheca Sacra and Theological Review, Band 29

1872
...in this direction, and first at his definition of a fossil. " By fossil," he says (p. 5), "is meant any body, or the traces of the existence of any body,...has been buried in the earth by natural causes." The word as used at an early day included minerals, no less than organic forms, and thus meant, as etymologically...
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Elements of Geology: Prepared for the Use of Schools and Colleges

William Samuel Waithman Ruschenberger - 1846 - 235 Seiten
...of common origin. FOS'SIL — fr. \at.fudia, I dig. Any organic body, or the traces of any organic body, whether animal or vegetable, which has been buried in the earth by natural causes (P- 21). FOSSILI'FEROUS — Containing fossils. FOS'SILIZED — Converted into a fossil. FU'LCRUM —...
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Elements of Geology

Sir Charles Lyell - 1846 - 305 Seiten
...independent evidence of fossils, so abundantly included in the earth's crust. By a fossil is meant any body, or the traces of the existence of any body, whether animal or vege* See Silliman's Amer. Journ. of Sci. vol. s.wiii. 1835 ; also Principles of Geology, Index, "...
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A Manual of Elementary Geology; Or, The Ancient Changes of the Earth and Its ...

Sir Charles Lyell - 1851 - 512 Seiten
...independent evidence of fossils, so abundantly included in the earth's crust. By a fossil is meant any body, or the traces of the existence of any body,...which has been buried in the earth by natural causes. Now the remains of animals, especially of aquatic species, are found almost everywhere imbedded in...
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A Manual of Elementary Geology; Or, The Ancient Changes of the Earth and Its ...

Sir Charles Lyell - 1852 - 512 Seiten
...independent evidence of fossils, so abundantly included in the earth's crust. By a fossil is meant any body, or the traces of the existence of any body,...which has been buried in the earth by natural causes. Now the remains of animals, especially of aquatic species, are found almost everywhere imbedded in...
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The Book of Nature: An Elementary Introduction to the Sciences of Physics ...

Friedrich Schoedler - 1858 - 679 Seiten
...simple and compound. FO'SSIL. From the Lat fodio, I dig. Any organic body, or the traces of any organic body, whether animal or vegetable, which has been buried in the earth by natural causes. Fossin'FEROtis. Containing fossils : fossil-bearing. FRA'GRAXS. Lat Fragrant; odorous. FKA'GIUS. Lat...
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Physical Geography

Mary Somerville - 1853 - 558 Seiten
...flowers, or of leaves. FO'SSIL. From the Lat. fodio, I dig. Any organic body, or the traces of any organic body, whether animal or vegetable, which has been buried in the earth by natural causes. FOSSILI'FEROUS. Containing fossils : fossil-bearing. FORMI'CIDJS. From the Lot. fo'rmica, an ant, and...
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