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  • There Is a God!

    There Is a God!
    Richard Smith, Maureen McElheron

    You just sent theIRSacheck for $346,766. Life is good—buy a bigger private jet. 659. Chopin, Champagne andtea lights 660. Powereating Tostitos 661. You prayedaway your belly fat. 662. And your muffin top. 663. Those chocolate maltedmilk balls in your dentist's goody bag (to boost your immunesystem) 664. Sunlight filtering through a spiderweb 665. A lint roller when you need one 666. The dent doesn't show. Using yournew Dysonto vacuumuptheashes ofa dead relationship 668.

  • The Seventh Regiment Gazette: An Illustrated Magazine Devoted ..., Volumes 33-34

    The Seventh Regiment Gazette: An Illustrated Magazine Devoted …, Volumes 33-34

    MAKERS OF UNIFORMS MILITARY OVERCOATS • A SPECIALTY Tip Top 663- 665 Broadway Manufacturing Co. New York Makers of Tel. Farragut 3981 A. Mendelson & Bro. Manufacturers of CLOTHING SPECIALTIES AND UNIFORMS 121-131 West 19th Street, New York Army Uniforms 409 LAFAYETTE STREET NEW YORK, N. Y. R ceive Prompt and Courteous Attention—Say—“I saw it in THE SEVENTH REGIMENT GAZETTE" Sidney Rosenstein & Co., Inc 599-601 Broadway, …

  • jouenal of the franklin institute of the state of pennsylvania, for the promotion of the mechanic arts. devoted to mechanical and hpysical science

    jouenal of the franklin institute of the state of pennsylvania, for the promotion of the mechanic arts. devoted to mechanical and hpysical science

    The measurements carefully obtained from the plates are : — ae = 25-343 feet, bd = 21-698, a b = 1-813, D E = 1-833, c v or CX = 11-760. The sectional areas, after making the adjustments, indicated above, are — A plates, &c, = 254-25; B plates = 267,375; X plates = 141-750; whole of top = 663-375; D plates = 230-80 : E plates = 213-80 ; V plates = 73-50 ; whole of bottom = 518-10 ; whole of sides = 260-38. Then by a sufficiently accurate calculation we find the centre of gravity n of …

  • The Royal Scottish Academy Notes

    The Royal Scottish Academy Notes

    Sunset on the Cairngorm Mountains." J. Douglas Moultray ; deer in a rocky pass. 662. " An Old Porter." E. Repin. On the top — 663. " Gylew Castle, Kerrara, Oban." Alfred Wool- noth;664. u Master John Tait." Samuel Edmonston; 665. "Study- Birch Trees, Sannox, Arran." Geo. W. Graham ; glimpse of stream overshadowed by birch-trees. 666. "Little Miss Muffit." J, H. S.. No. 648. 28 x 20. No. 743. 743. " Stuart Prize Group — Eugene Aram." T. SOUTH ROOM. 11.

  • Grape Culture and Wine-making in California

    Grape Culture and Wine-making in California
    George Husmann

    … the murk being filtered for the purpose. COMPOSITION OF GRAPES AND MUST, AND WINES PRODUCED THEREFROM BY DIFFERENT METHODS OF FERMENTATION. z G RAPES. P • COMPOSITION OF THE WINES. = – 556 ; | Foulage. with floating cover 1 557 | ] Foulage. without cover f 558 1 1 Three Ferret's Frames 559 ! Single Ferret Frame 560 ; I Foulage. no cover 561 ' I Foulage. with floating top 663 ; Morel Process 564 J Old Style no cover nor foulage 562 Foulage and …

  • Catalogue of the Geological Museum: Collections of rock specimens, nos. 8975-12872

    Catalogue of the Geological Museum: Collections of rock specimens, nos. 8975-12872
    Charles Edward Hall

    654, Argillaceous olive sandstone. ditto. 655, Bluish sandstone. ditto. 656, Clay. Jacob Breneman' s, % mile north-west of Wellsville. 657, Clay. M. Wiley' s, 1 mile north of Wellsville. 658, Blue mud-rock. Foot of “Round Top,” 31} miles north-east of Rossville. 659, Gray sandstone, pink tint. North side of “Round Top,” 31} miles north-east of Rossville. 660, Bluish mud-rock. Foot of “Round Top.” ditto 661, Trap. Foot of “Round Top.” 662, Trap. Foot of “ Round Top.” 663, Weathered Trap.

  • Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen s Magazine, Volume 42

    Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen’s Magazine, Volume 42

    … 604 Boiler Skimmer and Blow-Off Valve, Locomotive (111.) 043 Boiler. Wagon- Top 663 Boilers, Staving of 604 Brick Arch, The Revival of the 5 Bridging Nozzles 56 PAOE Center to Center, Travel of Engine from 512 Class.

  • Marshall, Wetzel and Tyler Counties, Volume 1

    Marshall, Wetzel and Tyler Counties, Volume 1
    West Virginia Geological and Economic Survey, Ray Vernon Hennen

    … slightly over a mile northwest of the Abrigg No. I well (\V 263). оп Little Fishing creek found only 2 feet 1o inches of Pittsburg coal.. according to Alonzo Sidell,I of New Martinsville. VV. Va., one of the interested parties in the test. The following is the log of а dry hole drilled close by the core test: Wm. Hart No. 1 Well Record (W 268), Green District. Located on Little Fishing creek. 1.5 mile due north of Porters Falls. Authority, _l. P. Chaplin of New Martinsville. \\'. Va. Top, 663' А. Т. Feet.

  • Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen s Magazine, Volume 42

    Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen’s Magazine, Volume 42

    1 Boiler, Locomc'ive 57 Boiler Plates i 1 Staybolts 664 Boiler Sheets, X -mes of 664 Boiler Skimmer and Blow-Off Valve, Locomotive (III.) 643 Boiler. Wagon-Top 663 Boilers, Staying of 664 Brick Arch, The Revival of the. … ;> Bridging Nozzles 56 PAGE Center to Center, Travel of Engine from 512 Class.

  • The Steam Engine: A Treatise on Steam Engines and Boilers, Volume 2

    The Steam Engine: A Treatise on Steam Engines and Boilers, Volume 2
    Daniel Kinnear Clark

    … steam, initial, 2d cylinder… b0t'm,1.oo5o lbs.; top, .663! lb.;mea.n,.834o lb. 4. Do. expanded, do. ,, 1.3436 ,, .8276 ,, 1.0856 Difl'erence of N05. 3 and 4 …………. . . .3386 .1645 Do. per cent of No. 4 ……….. .. 25.20°/0 19.887, 23.18?'u D0. of Nos. 1 and 4 …… .. .2901 lb. .3101 lb. .3001 lb. Do. per cent of No. 4 ……….. .. 21. 59°], 37.47"/° 27.64°/, rst Cylinder. 2d Cylinder. 5. Mean units of work-heat per. 534 PRINCIPLES AND PERFORMANCE OF STEAM ENGINES.

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