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  • Donatism

    Donatism
    A. Fortescue

    £913 top. 667-668). This article is well worth examination, especially if anyone is tempted to thinlr that our tone towards Anglicans is not sufficiently conciliatory. I read it again after three years. and. am again astounded by its eflrontery. First we have the porten— tous declaration: " We do not love heresy hunting. It is no pieasurc to' accuse in that sort any man who wishes to live in the communion ol the Catholic Church." However. the Church Timer must do its painful duty to an etpectant …

  • Iowa Geological Survey

    Iowa Geological Survey

    The following record is based on determinations by the writer of samples of drillings saved by F. M. Fultz, superintendent of the Burlington public schools. It agrees for the most part with the record given by Mr. Fultz.' Record of strata in Crapo Park well at Burlington (Pis. XIL, p. 618; XIII, p. 626). Thickness I Depth Pleistocene: Feet Feet Loess and drift .____ __ 18 18 Carboniferous: Mississippian (422 feet thick: top, 667 ieet above sea level)— Limestone, bufl; eflervescence rather slow; …

  • Engineering Dynamics, Volume 10

    Engineering Dynamics, Volume 10
    Jerry Ginsberg

    … a spinning top, 667 for free motion, 638 for rotation of the earth, 669 for unsteady rolling, 505 rotation transformation in terms of, 179 Extrinsic coordinates, 30, 45 Fast top, 662, 664 First moments of mass, 230-231, 234, 248, 250, 253, 340, 598 Force, 14 conservative, 345-346, 348 generalized, see generalized force gravitational, 16, 150, 230, 248-252, 346 reaction, see constraint force resultant, see resultant force spring, 347, 350 Work done by, see Work Force-couple system, 251, …

  • Annual Report for ... with Accompanying Papers, Volume 23

    Annual Report for … with Accompanying Papers, Volume 23
    Iowa Geological Survey

    _-§ 18 18 Carboniferous: : Mississippian (422 feet thick; top, 667 feet above sea 1evell—* Limestone, buff; effervescenee rather slow; some chert in small chips ____ -_ -J 23 41 Limestone, buff and white, granular; rapid effervesceucel 37 78 Limestone, light yellow; in fine meal; rapid effervesceneczi some chert …

  • Reports and Papers

    Reports and Papers

    The section of the deep well in Crapo Park at Burlington will serve to show the character of the rock strata in this part of the state. o Record of strata in Crapo Park well at Burlington. Thick- Depth IneSS Pleistocene: Feet Feet Loess and drift ———————- 18 18 Carboniferous: Mississippian (422 feet thick; top, 667 feet above sea level)Limestone, buff; effervescence rather slow; some chert, in small chips 23 41 Limestone, buff and white, granular; rapid effervescence- 37 78 Limestone …

  • Electrical Measuring Instruments and Measurements

    Electrical Measuring Instruments and Measurements
    S.C. Bhargava

    Also the side bracket on the top 667 219.885 31.111 217.778 250 1111;; immmuwii- INITIAL-Z 011 Figure 9. 1st Principal Stresses analysis. 24.4! 31.111 93 3 155.556 FllE: DAKARIIAVEEUIITIAL'ZEIII Figure 10. Von-Mises stress analysis. 0 52.222 124.444 185.56'! 2411.99; 31.1.11 £3.33: 155.556 21.7 280 File: DAKARIIAVE'IMITZAL'ZOH Figure 1 1. 1st Principal stress analysis. plate has high level of stress at the end of toe bracket. Near the knuckle of top plate there is also high …

  • Annual Reports of the War Department

    Annual Reports of the War Department
    United States. War Department

    Line from top. 667 2 June 30, 11h. 45m. a. m. In the 11th column, headed “Height of the lake surface, as per tide-gauge, in feet and decimals,” for “3.34” read “4.34. ” 667 3 June 30, noon. In the 11th column, headed “Height of the lake surface, as per tide-gauge, in feet and decimals,” for “3.38” read “4.38.” – 672 24 At the beginning of this line insert the word “it,” so as to read “that it was expedient.” NoTE.—Table A 12, contained in the four long sheets, printed between pages 670 and …

  • Congressional Serial Set

    Congressional Serial Set

    Record of strata in Crapo Park well at Burlington (Pl. XII, p. 514; Pl. XIII, p. 526). Pleistocene: Carboniferous: Mississippian (422 feet thick; top, 667 feet above sea level)– Limestone, buff; effervescence rather slow; some chert in small chips. . . Limestone, buff and white, granular; rapid effervescence. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Limestone, light yellow; in fine meal; rapid effervescence; some chert… Limestone, buff; in fine meal and flour; rapid effervescence; some chert. Limestone, o or dolomite, …

  • History of Des Moines County, Iowa, Volume 1

    History of Des Moines County, Iowa, Volume 1
    Augustine M. Antrobus

    RECORD OF STRATA IN CRAPO PARK WELL AT BURLINGTON Thickness Depth Pleistocene : feet feet Loess and drift 18 18 Carboniferous: Mississippian ( 422 feet thick; top, 667 feet above sea level): Limestone, buff; effervescent rather slow; some chert in small chips 23 41 Limestone, buff and white, granular; rapid effervescence.. 37 78 Limestone, light yellow; in fine meal; rapid effervescence; some chert 19 97 Limestone, buff ; in fine meal and flour ; rapid effervescence ; some …

  • Message from the President of the United States to the Two Houses ..., Volume 2

    Message from the President of the United States to the Two Houses …, Volume 2
    United States. President

    Line from top. 667 2 June 30, 11h. 45m. a. m. In the 11th column, headed “Height of the lake surface, as per tide-gauge, in feet and decimals,” for “3.34” read “4.34. ” 667 3 June 30, noon. In the 11th column, headed “Height of the lake surface, as per tide-gauge, in feet and decimals,” for “3.38” read “4.38.” 672 24 At the beginning of this line insert the word “it,” so as to read “that it was expedient.” NoTE.—Table A 12, contained in the four long sheets, printed between pages 670 and 671 …

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