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" Congestive processes in the eye which tending to softening, give rise to extension of the membranes. Now in connection with the causes mentioned, the injurious effect of fine work is, by imperfect illumination, still more increased. "To this it is to... "
On the Anomalies of Accommodation and Refraction of the Eye: With a ... - Page 343
by Franciscus Cornelis Donders, William Daniel Moore - 1864 - 635 lehte
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Atlanta Medical and Surgical Journal, 15. köide

1878
...softORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS. 65f ening, give rise to extension of the membranes. Now, in connection with the causes mentioned, the injurious effect of...is, by imperfect illumination, still more increased. "To this it is to be ascribed that in schools where, by bad light, the pupils read bad print or write...
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Eyesight, and how to Care for it

George Cuvier Harlan - 1879 - 139 lehte
...in the eye which, tending to softening, give rise to extension of the membranes. Now, in connection with the causes mentioned, the injurious effect of...is, by imperfect illumination, still more increased. " To this it is to be ascribed that in schools where, by bad light, the pupils read bad print, or write...
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Ward and Lock's 'long life' series, 2. osa

George Black (M.D.) - 1880
...in the eye which, tending to softening, give rise to extension of the membranes. Now, in connection with the causes mentioned, the injurious effect of...is, by imperfect illumination, still more increased. " To this it is to be ascribed that in schools where, by bad light, the pupils read bad print, or write...
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Proceedings

National Education Association of the United States - 1881
...processes in the eye which tending to softening, give rise to extension of the membranes. Now in connection with the causes mentioned, the injurious effect of...is, by imperfect illumination, still more increased. "To this it is to be ascribed that in schools where, by bad light, the pupils read bad print or write...
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The Addresses and Journal of Proceedings of the National Educational Association

National Educational Association (U.S.) - 1881
...processes in the eye which tending to softening, give rise to extension of the membranes. Now in connection with the causes mentioned, the injurious effect of...is, by imperfect illumination, still more increased. "To this it is to be ascribed that in schools where, by bad light, the pupils read bad print or write...
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Circular of Information of the Bureau of Education, for ...

United States. Bureau of Education - 1881
...the eye, which, tending to softening, gi ve rise to extension of the membranes. Now, in connection with the causes mentioned, the injurious effect of...is, by imperfect illumination, still more increased. To this it is to be ascribed that in schools where, by bad light, the pupils read bad print or write...
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Transactions of the Medical Society of the State of New York

Medical Society of the State of New York (1807- ) - 1887
...in the eye, which, tending to softening, give rise to extension of the membranes. Now, in connection with the causes mentioned, the injurious effect of...is by imperfect illumination still more increased. To this it is to be ascribed that in schools where, by bad light, the pupils read bad print or write...
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Columbian Cyclopedia

1897
...pole is explained by the want of support from the muscles of the eye at that part. Now, in connection with the causes mentioned, the injurious effect of...that the work be brought closer to the eyes, and that the stooping position of the head, particularly in reading and writing, be»also increased. Hence it...
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The New International Encyclopaedia, 18. köide

Daniel Coit Gilman, Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby - 1906
...pole is explained by the want of support from the muscles of the eye at that part. Now, in connection with the causes mentioned, the injurious effect of...that the work be brought closer to the eyes, and that the stooping position of the head, particularly in reading and writing, is also increased. Hence it...
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