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" These vapours alternately rose and fell for twenty-eight days; but, at last, sun and fire acted so powerfully upon the sea that they attracted a great portion of it to themselves, and the waters of the ocean arose in the form of vapour; thereby the waters... "
Glasgow Medical Journal - Seite 246
1879
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The Medico-chirurgical Review, Band 23

James Johnson - 1833
...against that Sea, and struggled violently with its waters. Hence, vapours often originate which envelope the sun, and convert his light into darkness. These...consume, neither could other wholesome water, hail or enow, and dew, originate therefrom. On the contrary, this vapour spread itself through the air in many...
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The Medico-chirurgical Review, and Journal of Practical Medicine

1833
...against that sea, and struggled violently with its waters. Hence, vapours often originate which envelope the sun, and convert his light into darkness. These...in many places on the earth, and enveloped them in fog. Such was the case all over Arabia, in a part of India ; in Crete ; in the plains and valleys of...
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The Medico-chirurgical Review, and Journal of Practical Medicine

1844
...sun, and convert his light into darkness.) These vapours alternately lose and fell for twenty-ei({ht days ; but at last, sun and fire acted so powerfully...died. These corrupted waters, however, the heat of the eun could not consume, neither could other wholesome water, hail or snow, and dew, originate therefrom....
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The Medico-chirurgical Review and Journal of Practical Medicine, Band 19

1833
...light into darkness. These vaponrs alternately rose and fell for twenty-eight days ; but at last «un and fire acted so powerfully upon the sea, that they...in many places on the earth, and enveloped them in fog. Such was the case all over Arabia, in a part of India ; in Crete ; in the plains and valleys of...
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Cincinnati Lancet and Clinic, Band 2

1870
...attracted a great portion of it to themselves, and the waters of the ocean arose in the form of vapor, thereby the waters were in some parts so corrupted...consume; neither could other wholesome water, hail, snow, or dew, originate therefrom. On the contrary, this vapor spread itself through the air in many...
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National Medical Review, Band 1

1878
...attracted a great portion of it to themselves, and the waters of the ocean arose in the form of vapor, thereby the waters were in some parts so corrupted...consume ; neither could other wholesome water, hail, snow, or dew, originate therefrom. On the contrary,, this vapor spread itself through the air in many...
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New York Medical Eclectic, Band 7

1880
...attracted a great portion of it to themselves, and the waters of the ocean arose in the form of vapor; thereby the waters were in some parts so corrupted...consume ; neither could other wholesome water, hail, snow or dew originate therefrom. On the contrary, this vapor spread itself through the air in many...
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The Crime of Credulity

Herbert Newton Casson - 1901 - 245 Seiten
...fire acted so powerfully upon the sea that they attracted a great portion of it to themselves ; and thereby the waters were in some parts so corrupted that the fish which they contained died. This vapor has spread itself through the air in many places on earth, and enveloped them in fog. "...
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The Philadelphia Journal of Homœopathy, Band 1

1853
...against that sea, and struggled violently with its waters. Hence vapours often originated which envelope the sun, and convert his light into darkness. These...in many places on the earth, and enveloped them in fog. Such was the case all over Arabia, in a part of India, in Crete, in the plains and valleys of...
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Western Homœopathic Observer: A Monthly Journal of Homœopathic Medicine ...

1864
...envelope the sun and convert his light into darkness. These vapours alternately rose and fell for 28 days, but at last, sun and fire acted so powerfully...in many places on the earth, and enveloped them in fog. Such was the case all over Arabia, in India, in Crete, in the plains and valleys of Macedonia,...
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