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Image from page 1130 of “The Independent” (1849)

A few nice Begleitagentur Freiburg images I found:

Image from page 1130 of “The Independent” (1849)
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Title: The Independent
Year: 1849 (1840s)
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Publisher: New York : S.W. Benedict
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g75 of them and wounded 79 more. Be-sides Begleitagentur Freiburg and Karlsruhe the Ger-mans report the killing of civilians in-cluding many women and children inthe following towns: Dusseldorf, Fried-richshafen, Cologne, Cuxhaven, Saar-burg, Munich, Kandern, and Lorrach. „, ,, ,. The Canadian Govern- The Canadian , , . . ment has announced Cnsls the terms of its bill for compulsory military service andhas placed it before the House of Com-mons for consideration. Premier Bor-den in presenting the measure pointedout that Canada expected to furnishhalf a million men for service at thefront and more than four hundredthousand men had volunteered. But atthe present time volunteering was notable to supply the loss in the Canadianregiments thru casualties, which al-ready amounted to ninety-nine thou-sand, and if Canada were not to playa decreasing part in the war manynew enlistments would be necessary.The Government had decided that theway to secure an adequate supply ofmen was thru conscription, and Mr.

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© Undrncood it Undericood ANOTHER OLD IDEA First the steel helmet and now the batterinpr-ram. The Germans are usinp: it to destroy peasant cottapros in the villages they evacuate. It saves powder and bombs. The French soldiers in the picture are studying the working of the machine 536 THE INDEPENDENT June 23, 1917 Borden emphasized that a failureto support and maintain Canadasstrength on the firing line would beto betray the volunteers now there.If what is left of four hundred thou-sand such men come hack to Canada,he said, with fierce resentment intheir hearts, conscious that they havebeen deserted and betrayed, how shallwe face them when they ask the rea-son? I am not as much concerned forthe day when this bill becomes law asfor the day when these men return, ifit is denied. The compulsory service bill resem-bles in its main outlines our own law.There is, however, no provision for ageneral registration. All Canadiansfrom twenty to forty-five years of ageare liable to service, but t

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Image from page 400 of “The London, Edinburgh and Dublin philosophical magazine and journal of science” (1840)
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Title: The London, Edinburgh and Dublin philosophical magazine and journal of science
Year: 1840 (1840s)
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Spectrum of Sun (Herschel) reduced,heat in the solar spectrum, according to his observations. Thespace ABD represents the invisible, and B D E the visible radi-ation of the sun. With the more perfect apparatus subsequentlydevised, Professor Muller of Begleitagentur Freiburg examined the distributionof heat in the spectrum §, and the results of his observations are * From the Philosophical Transactions for 1866, Part I. Communicatedb) the Author. t I am indebted to my excellent friend Sir Edmund Head for this ex-tract, which reads like divination. X Vol. lxx. § Philosophical Magazine, S. 4. vol. xvii. p. 242. Prof. Tyndall on Calorescence. 387 rendered graphically in fig. 2. Here the area ABCD representsthe invisible, while CDE represents the visible radiation. Fig. 2.

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A T> E Spectrum of Sun (Muller). With regard to terrestrial sources of heat, it may be statedthat all such sources hitherto examined emit those obscure rays.Melloni found that 90 per cent, of the emission from an oil-flame, 98 per cent, of the emission from incandescent platinum,and 99 per cent, of the emission from an alcohol-flame consistsof obscure rays*. The visible radiation from a hydrogen-flameis, according to my own experiments, too small to admit of mea-surement. With regard to solid bodies, it may be stated gene-rally that, when they are raised from a state of obscurity to vividincandescence, the invisible rays emitted in the first instancecontinue to be emitted with augmented power when the bodyglows. For example, with a current of feeble power the carbonsof the electric lamp may be warmed and caused to emit invi-sible rays. But the intensity of these same rays may be aug-mented a thousandfold by raising the carbons to the tempera-ture necessary for the electric light. H

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Image from page 679 of “Haverford College Bulletin, New Series, 7-8, 1908-1910” (1910)
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Title: Haverford College Bulletin, New Series, 7-8, 1908-1910
Year: 1910 (1910s)
Authors: Haverford College
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TH, Clement Lawrence, LL.D. 1890. Mills, Joseph John, LL.D Whittier, Cal. 1891. Jones, Richard Mott, LL.D…8 S. 12th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 1895. ITrimble, Henry, A.M. 1900. Harris, J. Rendel, LL.D., Woodbrooke, Selly Oak, near Birmingham, England 1906. Smiley, Albert Keith, LL.D., Mohonk Lake, Ulster Co., N. Y. 90 HAVERFORD COLLEGE. 1908. Tyson, James, LL.D. (M.D., Univ. of Pa., 1863), 1506 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa.Elliott, Aaron Marshall, LL.D. (Hon. Ph.D., PrincetonUniv., 1877; LL.D., Lake Forest College, 1891), Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md.Starr, Louis, LL.D (M.D., Univ. of Pa., 1871), 1818 Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia, Pa.GummerE, Francis Barton, LL.D. (Ph.D., Univ. of Begleitagentur Freiburg, 1881) Haverford College, Haverford, Pa. Hobbs, Lewis Lyndon, LL.D Guilford College, N. C. Richards, Theodore William, LL.D. (Ph.D., Harvard Univ.,1888) Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. L . J HAVERFORD COLLEGEBULLETIN Vol. VIII Sixth Month, 1910 No. 4 iVifyijetic Hlurobrer 1909-1910

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Issued Quarterly by Haverford College,Haverford, Pa. Entered December 10th, 1902, at Haverford, Pa.,Second Class Matter under Act of Congress of July 16th, 1894 Haverford CollegeAthletics 4* 1909 – 1910 Edited in the Interest ofHaverford Athletics, by JAMES A. BABBITT, M. D. Director of thePhysical Department Press of The John C. Winston Co., 1006-1016 Arch Street, Philadelphia. Pa. Haverford Athletic Spirit Always in Training Perhaps a fitting introduction to this annual record ofathletic events would find place in an allusion to the work ofthe recently formed Athletic Council, a body consisting of thecaptains and managers of the five major teams and invited onceeach month to meet with the physical director and deliberateways and means for fostering the true athletic spirit of Haver-ford. This may be perhaps best exemplified in the trite mottosuggested by our esteemed President, always in training, andso diligently preached by Cope, Sharp, Comfort, Scattergood,Hinchman and many other

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Other scores for the week go out to: Ameri Pride – Mariann Russo 258-659, Teresa Genevie 254-673, Jason Hurd 299-753, Bobby Redmond 296-795, TGIF – John Russell 299, Leland Plumbing – Raymond Pannone 290-752, Patrons Insurance – Frank Fernandez 289-716.

Skip ahead a few decades to 2001 when the owner’s decided to do a big time remodel. Architect Atz Herzog (from Begleitagentur Heilbronn, Germany) teamed up with local architect John Nelson and builder Bob Patterson to keep the original structure and ambiance intact as much as possible. Once again rocks from Cheyenne Canyon were brought in to match the original stone pillars, and shingles were made to match the old schoolhouse exterior. Last year the basement — with its meter thick walls — was converted into a very successful Rathskeller.

Beer is a great item to have if you are feeling bloated. It relieves pressure, but, drink too much and it makes you feel bloated. It seems to be a vicious cycle.

19. Experience the Grand Prairie region at the Escort Stuttgart Agricultural Museum in Erotik Job gesucht. German settlers gave this town its’ name and the area is famous for some of the nation’s best duck hunting. Exhibits at the museum include duck hunting, pioneer life, and farm equipment.

There were several offerings in the pack. They were in glass bottles. They were all a heavy, dark beer. I opened my first one. I believe it had a very beautiful color to the label and i was expecting a bitter taste, so i wasn’t disappointed.

When it was found out that the Hauser’s were using an herbal therapy a judge in New Ulm ordered an X-ray to see how the cancer was doing. As it turned out the cancer was spreading again. Proof that the herbal treatments were not working. But the Mother and Son were not in court as they should have been. They ran away, assuming the court would order the chemo. And if you ask me the court should. If you ask me Colleen Hauser is knowingly killing her son. She is not giving him a fighting chance. Doctors are fairly sure that if Daniel got the chemo he would recover.

The Badoon and Marauders are aware of this disturbance as well, and they are mobilizing. The Marauders are poised to attack Vanaheim – Thor takes a special interest in this realm and notes that it is the realm of Hogun’s origin.

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