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" If he seem to be disposed to confound green and gray, it will be very easy to entrap him. If we do not succeed, even when assisting him, in entrapping him in this snare, the hidden samples may be put back into their places, to be convinced that the trial... "
Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution - Page 191
by Smithsonian Institution, Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - 1878
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, 51. köide

Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1892
...the trial is correct. •' From the ubove, it is seen that many artifices may be neceKsary in otir examination. It may be regarded as an advantage of...thereby considerable experience, will think differently. •• We are convinced that time is saved by such artifices, and a more cei taiu result, obtained...
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Color-blindness: Its Dangers and Its Detection

Benjamin Joy Jeffries - 1879 - 312 lehte
...easy to entrap him. If we do not succeed, even when assisting him, in entrapping him in this snare, the hidden samples may be put back into their places,...of a great number of persons, and acquired thereby consideraable experience, will think differently. " We are convinced that time is saved by such artifices,...
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Color-blindness

Benjamin Joy Jeffries - 1880 - 316 lehte
...caution is premeditated, and he suspects that a snare is intended. It ITS DANGERS AND ITS DETECTION. 229 and yet many who have only read this description will...of a great number of persons, and acquired thereby consideraable experience, will think differently. " We are convinced that time is saved by such artifices,...
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Color-blindness: Its Danger & Its Detection

Benjamin Joy Jeffries - 1885 - 335 lehte
...easy to entrap him. If we do not succeed, even when assisting him, in Entrapping him in this snare, the hidden samples may be put back into their places,...of a great number of persons, and acquired thereby consideraable experience, will think differently. " We are convinced that time is saved by such artifices,...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, 51. köide

Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1892
...this snare, the hidden samples may be put back into their places, to be convinced that the trial 13 correct. " From the above, it is seen that many artifices...thereby considerable experience, will think differently. -• We are convinced that time is saved by such artifices, and a more certain result obtained ; whilst...
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The Statutory Rules and Orders Revised: Being the Statutory Rules and Orders ...

Great Britain, Alexander Pulling - 1904
...trial. But this can be prevented by shuffling the skeins. It may be regarded as an advantage of this method that it has at command a great variety of resources....puerile. But we believe that those who have examined the colour sense of a great number of persons, and acquired thereby considerable experience, will think...
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