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" ... the examination of those preceding them, so as to become more familiar themselves with the process. By this, time is saved, without loss of security ; for no one with a defective chromatic sense finds the correct skeins in the pile the more easily... "
Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution - Page 185
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
...same characteristic mistakes ; but the normal observer, on the other hand, will generally accomplish his task much better and more quickly after having seen how it has to be done. " The coloured plate (see Plate II) is for the purpose of assisting the examiner in...
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Color-blindness: Its Dangers and Its Detection

Benjamin Joy Jeffries - 1879 - 312 lehte
...more easily from the fact of having a moment before seen others looking for and arranging them, lie makes the same characteristic mistakes ; but the normal...done, and this is the advantage of our method. " The colored plate is for the purpose of assisting the examiner in the choice of his colors, and helping...
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Color-blindness: Its Dangers and Its Detection

Benjamin Joy Jeffries - 1879 - 312 lehte
...same characteristic mistakes ; but the normal observer, on the other hand, generally accomplishes-his task much better and more quickly after having seen...done, and this is the advantage of our method. " The colored plate is for the purpose of assisting the examiner in the choice of his colors, and helping...
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Color-blindness: Its Danger & Its Detection

Benjamin Joy Jeffries - 1885 - 335 lehte
...By this, time is saved, without loss of security ; for no one with a defective chromatic sense finds the correct skeins in the pile the more easily from...done, and this is the advantage of our method. " The colored plate is for the purpose of assisting the examiner in the choice of his colors, and helping...
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System of diseases of the eye, 2. köide

William Fisher Norris - 1897 - 672 lehte
...same characteristic mistakes; but the normal observer, on the other hand, will generally accomplish his task much better and more quickly after having seen how it has to be done. " The well-known colored plate of Holmgren is for the purpose of assisting the examiner...
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The Science of Railways, 4. köide

Marshall Monroe Kirkman - 1903
...By this, time is saved, without loss of security; for no one with a defective chromatic sense finds the correct skeins in the pile the more easily from...done, and this is the advantage of our method. The principle of our method is to force the one examined to reveal by his own act, the nature of his chromatic...
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The Art of Railroading: Or, The Technique of Modern Transportation, 7. köide

Calvin Franklin Swingle, Frederick John Prior - 1907
...By this, time is saved, without loss of security; for no one with a defective chromatic sense finds the correct skeins in the pile the more easily from...done, and this is the advantage of our method. The principle of our method is to force the one examined to reveal himself, by an act of his own, the nature...
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