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" These statements assign a distribution of the language over an area about 450 miles from east to west, and 300 miles from north to south. It... "
A Sketch of the Modern Languages of the East Indies: Accompanied by Two ... - Page 28
by Robert Needham Cust - 1878 - 198 lehte
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Annual Report - Geological and Natural History Survey of Minnesota, 5–6. köide

Geological and Natural History Survey of Minnesota - 1877
...stated that in 1875, " The locusts which hatched ID Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska, in an area of 250 miles from east to west, and 300 miles from north to south, took flisht in June, and invariably went northwest, and fell In innumerable swarms upon the regions...
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Report of the United States Entomological Commission for the Years ...

United States Entomological Commission - 1878
...stated that in 1875 " the locusts •which batched in Missouri, Kansas, and Nebraska, in an area of 250 miles from east to west, and 300 miles from north to south, took flight in June, and invariably went northwest, and fell in innumerable swarms upon the regions...
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The Nineteenth Century, 17. köide

1885
...especially observed in 1875 that the locusts which were hatched in the above-named States, in an area of 250 miles from east to west, and 300 miles from north to south, invariably went north-west, and, being reinforced by the retiring column from Manitoba, fell in innumerable...
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Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at ..., 29–30. köide

American Philosophical Society - 1891
...vocabulary of this language."* These statements assign a distribution of the language over an area about 450 miles from east to west, and 300 miles from north to south. It is highly unlikely that so widespread a tongue should utterly disappear while so many of the descendants...
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The American Race: A Linguistic Classification and Ethnographic Description ...

Daniel Garrison Brinton - 1891 - 376 lehte
...no such branch exists. See Verhandlungen der Berliner Anthrop. Gesell., 1889, sa. 666-7. about 350 miles from east to west and 300 miles from north to south. * These are buildings several stories in height, either of stone or of adobes, communal in character,...
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Studies in South American Native Languages: From Mss. and Rare Printed Sources

Daniel Garrison Brinton - 1892 - 67 lehte
...vocabulary of this language."* These statements assign a distribution of the language over an area about 450 miles from east to west, and 300 miles from north to south. It is highly unlikely that so widespread a tongue should utterly disappear while so many of the descendants...
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Geography of Asia

Charles Daniel Tenney - 1904 - 76 lehte
...called Sungaria and the latter Eastern Turkestan. The Northern Circuit (5^ Ц) fc $J) extends about 900 miles from east to west and 300 miles from north to south. The Southern Circuit (^ Ц| Ш S&) extends over 1,200 miles from east to west, and is from 300 to 500...
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The Resources and Opportunities of Montana

1918
...power plants with the exception of the Thompson Falls development, and covers an area extending 260 miles from east to west and 300 miles from north to south. The various lines are tied together through transformers and operated as one large distributing network,...
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Miscellaneous Fisheries Legislation: Hearings...88th Congress

United States. Congress. House. Merchant Marine and Fisheries - 1964 - 341 lehte
...intensity of the quake and the area struck are unprecedented in size. Damage was wrought over an area 1,500 miles from east to west and 300 miles from north to south. In Seward, the port of entry to western and central Alaska, all the waterfront structures—the breakwater,...
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Miscellaneous Fisheries Legislation

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries. Subcommittee on Fisheries and Wildlife Conservation - 1964 - 341 lehte
...intensity of the quake and the area struck are unprecedented in size. Damage was wrought over an area 1,500 miles from east to west and 300 miles from north to south. In Seward, the port of entry to western and central Alaska, all the waterfront structures — the breakwater,...
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