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" ... varies not only in different individuals, but in the same individual at different times. "
The Canada Law Journal - Página 181
1883
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Retrospect of Philosophical, Mechanical, Chemical, and ..., Volumen4

1809
...sustained of about three, or three and a half, in twenty } but as the quantity of the yolk is different not only in different individuals, but in the same individual at different seasons, the loss in washing and scouring will proportionally vary. It is remarked that the yolk of...
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The Phrenological Journal and Miscellany, Volumen1

1824
...different cerebral parts, we can easily conceive how these may be differently proportioned to each other, not only in different individuals, but in the same individual at different periods of his life ? or how one man may have a natural power or facility of forming habits of a certain...
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A practical essay on casual and habitual intoxication; the substance of a ...

Thomas Dodgson - 1832
...painfully irritating. CONTRASTS OF CHARACTER. The phenomena, in short, vary in almost endless diversity, not only in different individuals, but in the same individual at different times. The different effects of Wine, in men of genius, may be well exemplified in the persons of Addison...
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Selections from the Phrenological Journal: Comprising Forty Articles in the ...

George Combe - 1836 - 359 páginas
...different cerebral parts, we can easily conceive how these may be differently proportioned to each other, not only in different individuals, but in the same individual at different periods of his life ; or how one man may have a natural power or facility of forming habits of a certain...
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The Eclectic Journal of Medicine ...

1838
...considered as depending upon the fact, that the specific gravity of the blood might differ slighuy, not only in different individuals, but in the same individual at different times. He then noticed the different modifications of albumen existing in the serum, which he divided into...
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Elements of General Pathology

John Fletcher - 1842 - 519 páginas
...intellectual operations. The character of the delusion in delirium and insanity may be infinitely various, not only in different individuals, but in the same individual at different times. In general, however, different thoughts succeed each other with the utmost rapidity, and apparently...
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The Medical World: A Journal of Universal Medical Intelligence, Volúmenes1-2

1857
...nitrogen of the decomposing nitrogenous tissues. The quantity of oxygen consumed seems to vary much, not only in different individuals, but in the same individual at different periods ; thus it is considerably influenced by food, beng greater in dogs when fed on farinaceous...
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Manual of physiology

William Senhouse Kirkes - 1857 - 584 páginas
...nitrogen of the decomposing nitrogenous tissues. The quantity of oxygen consumed seems to vary much, not only in different individuals, but in the same individual at different periods: thus it is considerably influenced by food, being greater in dogs when fed on farinaceous...
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FREEDOM OF MIND IN WILLING;

ROWLAND G. HAZARD - 1865
...capacity for perceiving truth without previous effort in arranging our knowledge of the subject, varies not only in different individuals, but in the same individual at different times. If this capacity were infinite, the acquisition of any knowledge whatever would require no other effort...
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Freedom of Mind in Willing: Or, Every Being that Wills a Creative First Cause

Rowland Gibson Hazard - 1865 - 455 páginas
...capacity for perceiving truth without previous effort in arranging our knowledge of the. subject, varies not only in different individuals, but in the same individual at different times. If this capacity were infinite, the acquisition of any knowledge whatever would require no other effort...
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