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" The result was, that when the parties saw the index, it remained very steady ; when it was hidden from them, or they looked away from it, it wavered about, though they believed that they always pressed directly downwards ; and when the table did not move,... "
The Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art - Seite 135
1854
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New Englander and Yale Review, Band 16

Edward Royall Tyler, William Lathrop Kingsley, George Park Fisher, Timothy Dwight - 1858
...away from it, it wavered about, though they believed that they always pressed directly downwards ; and, when the table did not move, there was still...numb, and insensible, by continued pressure, grows up to an amount sufficient to move the table or the substances pressed upon. " But the most valuable...
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The Anglo-American Magazine, Band 3

1853
...looked away from it, it wavered about, though they believed that they always pressed directly downwards; and, when the table did not move, there was still...operating. This resultant it is which, in the course ol the waiting time, while ihe fingers and hands become stiff, numb, and insensible by continued pressure,...
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Band 59

Sholto Percy - 1853
...away from it, it wavered about, though they believed that they always pressed directly downwards ; and, when the table did not move, there was still...numb, and insensible by continued pressure, grows up to an amount sufficient to move the table or the substances pressed upon. But the most valuable...
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Medical Times, Band 28

1853
...away from it, it wavered about, though they believed that they always pressed directly downwards ; and, when the table did not move, there was still...numb, and insensible by continued pressure, grows up to an amount sufficient to move the table or the substances pressed upon. But the most valuable...
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The Mechanics' Magazine, Band 59

1853
...away from it, it wavered about, though they believed that they always pressed directly downwards ; and, when the table did not move, there was still...waiting time, while the fingers and hands become stiff, numh, and insensible by continued pressure, grows up to an amount sufficient to move the table or the...
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The Peninsular Journal of Medicine and the Collateral Sciences, Band 1

Alonzo Benjamin Palmer, Edmund Andrews, Zina Pitcher - 1854
...looked away from it, it wavered about though they believed that they always pressed directly downwards; and when the table did not move, there was still a...move, which however, was exercised quite unwittingly bv the party operating. This resultant it is which, in the course of the waiting time, while the fingers...
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The Medical News, Bände 11-15

1853
...the public mind, the table did not move, there was still a' Well may Mr. Faraday exclaim, that the resultant of hand force in the direction in which...exercised quite unwittingly by the party operating. This re luitani it is which, in the course of the waiting time, while the fingers and hands become stiff,...
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The Illustrated Magazine of Art

1853
...looked away from it, it moved about, though they believed that they always pressed directly downwards ; and, when the table did not move, there was still a resultant of handforce by which it was wished the table shouWmove ; which, however, was exercised quite unwittingly...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

David Ames Wells, Charles Robert Cross, John Trowbridge, William Ripley Nichols, George Bliss, Samuel Kneeland - 1854
...place. Several tried for a long while together, and with the best will in the world ; but no motion, right or left, of the table, or hand, or anything...by the party operating. This resultant it is which, m the course of the waiting time, while the fingers and hands become stiff, numb, and insensible by...
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The Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

Charles W. Vincent, James Mason - 1854
...away from it, it wavered about, though they believed that they always pressed directly downwards ; and when the table did not move, there was still a...numb, and insensible by continued pressure, grows up to an amount sufficient to move the table or the substances pressed upon. But the most valuable...
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