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" ... measurement, and by the importance which is attached to numerical results. And this very necessary condition for progress may, I think, be fairly described as one of the main features of scientific advance in the present day. If it were my purpose,... "
The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science; with which is ... - Page 76
1878
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The Popular Science Monthly: Supplement

1877
...alike tend to issue in measurement, and to that extent to assume a mathematical phase, I should bo embarrassed by the abundance of instances which might...to approach them. An object having a diameter of an 80,000th of an inch is perhaps the smallest of which the microscope could give any well-defined representation...
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The Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ..., 15. köide

James Samuelson, Sir William Crookes - 1878
...day. If, continued the President, it were my purpose, by descending into the arena of special science, to show how the most various investigations alike...to approach them. An object having a diameter of an 8o,oocth of an inch is perhaps the smallest of which the microscope could give any well-defined representation...
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Van Nostrand's Engineering Magazine, 19. köide

1878
...If it were my purpose, by descending into the arena of special sciences, to show how the most varied investigations alike tend to issue in measurement,...to approach them. An object having a diameter of an 80,000th of an inch>is per•haps the smallest of which the microscope could give any well-defined...
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The Electrical Review, 6. köide

1878
...mathematical phase, I should be embarrassed by the abundance of instances which might be adduced. 1 will therefore confine myself to a passing notice...to approach them. An object having a diameter of an 8o,oooth of an inch is perhaps the smallest of which the microscope could give any well-defined representation...
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Report

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1879
...principles whereby solid figures may be delineated on paper, or what is now termed descriptive geometry. Nor perhaps would the sciences which concern themselves...to approach them. An object having a diameter of an 80,000th of an inch is perhaps the smallest of which the microscope could give any well-defined representation...
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The Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

James Mason - 1879
...advance of the present day. If it were my purpose, by descending into the arena of special science^*, to show how the most various investigations alike...general tendency, but also the special character of the measurementsnow particularly required — viz., that of minuteness, and the indirect method by which...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, 48. köide

British Association for the Advancement of Science. Meeting - 1879
...principles whereby solid figures may be delineated on paper, or what is now termed descriptive geometry. Nor perhaps would the sciences which concern themselves...to approach them. An object having a diameter of an 80,000th of an inch is perhaps the smallest of which the microscope could give any well-defined representation...
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Pharmaceutical Journal;: A Weekly Record of Pharmacy and Allied Sciences

1879
...investigations alike tend to issue in measurement, and to that extent to assume a mathematical phrase, I should be embarrassed by the abundance of instances...passing notice of a very few, selecting those which exemph'fy not only the general tendency, but also the special character of the measurements now particularly...
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