British Medical Journal

WITH COLOUR - BLIND AND DEFECTIVE FARWhile far from denying the
common occurrence of gastric SIGHTED SAILORS . ulcer in ... which reads thus :
" That in case of judicial inquiries ' as to which has now been shown beyond
dispute to be common collisions or ... If hyperacidity is properly met by the
administration of pilot of the steam tug Lumberman ; the wreck of the City of
alkalies , a moderate ...

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The Chemical Trade Journal and Oil Paint and Colour Review

... may wreck themselves upon Charybdis . It is also questionable whether all
parties will be willing to agree to the proposal to treat one and all alike ,
irrespective of their position in the watershed . At any rate , now is the time for
manufacturers ...

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The art journal London

In the foreground are seen some fishermen hauling in pieces of wreck ; on the left
are the ruins of the once - defiant stronghold of ... and there is another similar
drawing of crayon , touched up with colour , which is interesting from the
circumstance that it represents the ... Another important drawing is Sir John
Gilbert's Quarrel at Cards ' ( 17 ) , during which one poor cavalier has met his
death , and now lies ...

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The Art Journal

These carpets are justly deserving of the high estimation in which they are now
hell , as they are especially to be admired for the beauty of design , combined
with the rich but subdued blending of the most brilliant colours in perfect harmony
. ... His most remarkable work was ' A ShipRabelais in almost every conceivable
posture ; in fact , one artist , wreck on the English Coast , ' painted and exhibited
in ...

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THE LIFE BOAT OR JOURNAL OF THE NATIONAL LIFE BOAT INSTITUTION VOL IV

by such a mistake that the celebrated wreck tion is by partial concealment , but
even that of the steamship Great Britain ... as that the altercase as regards the
lights now in question , nate colours should be used in combination but we do
say ...

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The Oil Colour Trades Journal

After two years of absence , soya lbs . of the oil have recently been lost by a
wreck at sea . oil is again being brought into ... The annual yield decreased , and
now sandalwood oil falls off , as it is apparently bound to do . that the war is over ,
a ...

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Journal

EXHIBITION OF DESIGNS IN WESTMINSTER sense of colour is only dormant ;
for , when red glass was HALL . ... Merrion - street , Dub - 36 vered my head , 200
wreck his vessel , so carefully have the Admiralty put it out of the power of a
colour - blind pilot to help ... I am now sending a further nxious to complete a
flower , but found himself unable supply of plants to the Consul - General and
Vice - Consul ...

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Journal of the Royal Society of Arts

... of Turner's , the blue sky is altogether uncracked now give you a list of pictures
by Turner , painted except from bad canvas , while the warm light on bad canvas .
... It is “ The Approach for the deep colours from earths , & c . , being more to
Venice , ” exhibited in the year 1843. ... who wreck ” are both on good sail - cloth ,
and they , seemed rarely to use any other colour for flesh . being otherwise wisely
 ...

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Journal of the Society of Arts

... Turner ' s , the blue sky is altogether uncracked , now give you a list of pictures
by Turner , painted except from bad canvas , while the warm lights on bad canvas
. ... It is “ The Approach for the deep colours from earths , & c . , being more to
Venice , ” exhibited in the year 1843 . ... who wreck ” are both on good sail - cloth
, and they seemed rarely to use any other colour for flesh . being otherwise wisely
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The Building News and Engineering Journal

By command of the King, a great stained glass window, destined for the
Cathédras of Aix-lahapelle, is now on view in a temporary shed, erected for the
purpose, in the “Lustgarten.” It forms the ... 4 in catalogue the colour is peeling off
from tressure of shield and mantling of Buchanan arms. ... 49 hours per week,
which they proposed to effect by commencing at seven instead of six five days in
the wreck.

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How to be an Explorer of the World

HOW TO BE AN EXPLORER OF THE WORLD: Portable Life Museum by Keri Smith, author of Wreck This Journal, an interactive guide for exploring and documenting the art and science of everyday life (Product Description).

Author: Keri Smith

Publisher: Particular Books

ISBN: 9780241953884

Category: Active learning

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At any given, moment, no matter where you are, there are hundreds of things around you that are interesting and worth documenting. Warning To whoever has just picked up this book. If you find that you are unable to use your imagination, you should put this book back immediately. It is not for you. In this book you will be repeatedly asked to . . . suspend your disbelief, complete tasks that make you feel a bit strange, look at the world in ways that make you think differently, conduct experiments on a regular basis, and see inanimate objects as alive.

Eliza Cook s Journal

Every one of the party now fell to, with spoon and hunting-knife, to scoop out the
flakes of honey-comb with which the ... In rare Paradise colours that now must
depart; The old water-mill's gone, the fair vision is fled, And I weep o'er its wreck
as ...

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The London Journal

His sole object of her address , the half - closed eyes and ters with a solution of
iodide of potash , when the wreck , and he ... the courageous action you per-
velled form , which but now appeared as if it might sulphuric acid , the colour
must be ...

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Chambers s Journal

Journal , 1860. a rat . ' sweat poured from the men's brows , and their Now , Miss
Temple . ... and he lines to run the cutter handsomely alongside . swung against
the side of the wreck in the grasp A single chime from a bell came thrilling with of
the ... Its brilliancy of colour , easiness of people must have jettisoned a deal of
whatever propagation and culture , hardiness and general they were able to
come ...

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Chamber s Journal of Popular Literature Science and Arts

Journal sweat poured from the men's brows , and their Now , Miss Temple . ...
and he lines to run the cutter handsomely alongside . swung against the side of
the wreck in the grasp A single chime from a bell came thrilling with of the
lieutenant ...

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The Practical Mechanic s Journal

... was proposed that sheds should be erected for the desiccation of the weeds
and their preIn a last notice on the colouration of the solution ... only by the action
of oxygen . ture into a loose ash , instead of being strongly ignited and subjected
to fusion as now practised . ... the black wreck , 9 lb . , and that of the yellow
phenomena indicated beats or vibrations in the luminous ether very different from
what ...

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The Art Journal

M. Cabanel has just finished a large picture representing ' Samson and Delilah , '
and is now engaged on a lifesized ... The Society of French Water - Colour
Painters have just opened an exhibition of their works at the Durand Ruel rooms
in the ... A lady in a rich orange robe stands behind him , and contemplates the
wreck .

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The Civil Engineer and Architect s Journal

course and tint , but not to use in it any such bright , artificial colours design with
them and with each other . ... Now , it must bejremembered of the mosaic pictures
of more modern times , which now that the sides of a building , of ... as the piece
of imperfect plaster , could wreck the finest fresco - and . fragments are rare . the
ancients then brought to bear upon their wall decoration It was of two kinds .

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The Artist and Journal of Home Culture

... land , a large work comprising numerous figures saving Out , " by Neville
Wright ; " The Falls at Nant Mill , and being saved from a wreck . ... Mr. Arthur J.
Black contributes nority at this exhibition , the water colour gallery confour works ,
the most important being “ Hope ... R. E. Wilkinson Thoresby Park , ” by W. Wilde ;
" Now fades the glimis represented by three small works , characterized by
mering ...

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Chambers s Edinburgh Journal

and she clasped her hands before him . him still more frequently and fearfully
beneath the man , now trembling with weakness and agitation . ... the crowd , it
was supposed , according to a preconcerted colours of their attire , they appear to
have no idea of “ Why , ma ' am , as ... and of the wreck without being observed
by the persons on have just brought the boat up again so as to approach by
speed .

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