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  • Bulletin, Volumes 216-228

    Bulletin, Volumes 216-228

    Flat top, 989. Flea weed, 1022. Flooded gum, 1012. Flowering currant, 993. Foeniculum vulgare, 983, 1013. Fog fruit, 1017. Forest gray gum, 982. Fragarea chiloensis, 993. Fraacinus oregona, 983, 1014. Fruit bloom, 978, 979. Furze, 1002.

  • Proceedings: Railways

    Proceedings: Railways

    Thence to Hill Top, 989 miles, the level undulates between 2.350 and 1,960 feet. From Hill Top to Picton, 16 miles, the line falls 1,488 feet, with grades in some cases as steep as 1 in 30. Thence to Sydney it is moderately level. Leaving Sydney …

  • Bulletin, Issues 206-220

    Bulletin, Issues 206-220
    California Agricultural Experiment Station

    Fagaceae, 987. False acacia, 1000. Fennel, dog, 1025. Fennel, sweet, 983, 1013 . Fiddle neck, 978. Field oak, 987. Figwort, California, 976, 979, 984, 1023. Figwort family, 1023. Filure or filere, 976, 977, 978, 979, 980, 981, 1002. Flat top, 989.

  • The Blue Guides England

    The Blue Guides England

    From Stony Corner, where several roads meet, we take the road running nearly N . and after about 1 m. more we reach the top (989 ft.) of the ascent from Combe Martin, with Holdstone Barrows (1146 ft.) on the left ; this is the hardest and least  …

  • The Metres of the Greeks and Romans

    The Metres of the Greeks and Romans
    Eduard Munk

    Simonides: Otov ráð' juiv Šosterov stagénvo.ro Zajíow x,&xtorov. 'Avoyer', divāyers xoJuov, eúgvzogiov Top 989 woueize 'E0élet y&Q 6 080s 6000s opwoouévos Aux uégov Bačićew. ———– usiovgos. According to Te- Andronicus used these …

  • Proceedings

    Proceedings

    Thence to Hill Top, 989 miles, the level undulates between 2,350 and 1,960 feet. From Hill Top to Picton, 16 miles, the line falls 1,488 feet, with grades in some cases as steep as 1 in 30. Thence to Sydney it is moderately level. Leaving Sydney …

  • The Metres of the Greeks and Romans ... Translated from the German ... by C. Beck, and C. C. Felton

    The Metres of the Greeks and Romans … Translated from the German … by C. Beck, and C. C. Felton
    Eduard MUNK, Charles BECK (Professor in Harvard University.), Cornelius Conway FELTON

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  • Bulletin - California Agricultural Experiment Station

    Bulletin – California Agricultural Experiment Station
    California Agricultural Experiment Station

    Figwort, California, 976, 979, 984, 1023. Hemizonla fasciculata, 982, 1028. Hemieonia virgata, 982, 1028. Hemitonia, 1028. Figwort family, 1023. Filure or fllere, 976, 977, 978, 979, 980, 981, 1002. Flat top, 989. Flea weed, 1022. Flooded gum …

  • Railways

    Railways

    Thence to Hill Top, 989 miles, the level undulates between 2,350 and 1,960 feet. From Hill Top to Picton, 16 miles, the line falls 1,488 feet, with grades in some cases as steep as 1 in 30. Thence to Sydney it is moderately level. Leaving Sydney …

  • Economic Entomology: Pamphlets, Volume 73

    Economic Entomology: Pamphlets, Volume 73

    Flat top, 989. Flea weed, 1022. Flooded gum, 1012. Flowering currant, 993. Foeniculum vulgare, 983, 1013. Fog fruit, 1017. Forest gray gum, 982. Fragarea chiloensis, 993. Fraxinus oregona, 983, 1014. Fruit bloom, 978, 979. Furze, 1002.

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