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617 페이지 - This heap be witness, and this pillar be witness, that I will not pass over this heap to thee, and that thou shalt not pass over this heap and this pillar unto me, for harm.
924 페이지 - Is chastity cultivated, or is it remarkably defective, and are there any classes amongst the people of either sex by whom it is remarkably cultivated, or the reverse, either generally or on particular occasions ? 33. Are there any superstitions connected with this subject? 34. What are the ceremonies and practices connected with marriage ? 35. Is polygamy permitted and practised, and to what extent ? 36. Is divorce tolerated, or frequent? 37. How are widows treated ? 38. What is the prevailing food...
lxxxii 페이지 - RAJAGRIHA. honey, and has a strong rather disagreeable smell, although it cannot be called very offensive. When kept in a bottle with a glass stopper for some months, it acquires a deeper brown colour, and becomes thicker ; and, exposed to the air, it may soon be made into pills. It seems to be very different from a substance which, in Nepal, is called by the same name. From the hot springs in the vicinity, and the heat of the cave below, I suspect that it exudes from the action of subterraneous...
617 페이지 - And Jacob said unto his brethren, Gather stones : and they took stones, and made an heap ; and they did eat there upon the heap. And Laban called it Jegar-sahadutha : but Jacob called it Galeed. 48 And Laban said, This heap is a witness between me and thee this day.
517 페이지 - Mundleysir, the northern hank, after about thirty miles becomes rocky and precipitous and consists of gently inclined beds chiefly of greenstone slate, containing interposed mica in small grains. But the island of Mundatta and part of the opposite bank appear mostly to consist of hornstone slate of a reddish or greenish grey and sometimes porphyritic. Above this, for a considerable distance is, on each bank, a very wild woody tract, resembling that already noticed below Chiculdah, excepting that...
917 페이지 - On the Extinction of some Varieties of the Human Race." He pointed out instances in which this extinction had already taken place to a great extent, and showed that many races now existing are likely, at no distant period, to be annihilated. He pointed out the irretrievable loss which science must sustain, if so large a portion of the human race, counting by tribes instead of individuals, is suffered to perish, before many interesting questions of a psychological, physiological, and philological...
xlix 페이지 - At first, the clay of whieb, they are manufactured was supposed to be artificially blackened, and it is only within a few years that it has been...
lxxxii 페이지 - From the hot springs in the vicinity, and the heat of the cave below, I suspect that it exudes from the action of subterraneous fire. The natives pretend that monkies eat it, and attribute the small quantity procured to their depredations ; but I think that the circumstance is doubtful, and have no doubt that, with care and a ladder, several pounds might be procured, should it be found useful: but it owes its celebrity among the natives to its being supposed to possess the imaginary quality of an...
cxxxii 페이지 - The Annals and Magazine of Natural History, including Zoology, Botany and Geology ; by Sir W.
870 페이지 - ... of warm temperature) is divided from the Surdsil (or region of cold temperature) only by the steep Pass of Badam-cheshmeh, (ie Almond-spring.) The Pass of Badam-cheshmeh lies S. of the Cabul river, between little Cabul and Barik-ab. Snow falls on the Cabul side of this Pass, but not on the Kuruk-sai and Lamghanat side. The moment you descend this hill Pass, you see quite another world. Its timber is different, its grains are of another sort, its animals of a different species, and the manners...