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" WINDS. 620. Wind is air put in motion. The air is never entirely free from motion, but the velocity with which it moves is perpetually varying. "
The Elements of Acoustics, Light, and Heat - Page 129
by John Charles Buckmaster - 1871 - 186 pages
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Sermons Selected from the Works of the Most Eminent Divines of the 16th ...

Edward Atkyns Bray - Sermons, English - 1818 - 458 pages
...by which the universe is governed (such are those respecting the revolution of the heavenly todies, the alternation of day and night, and the succession of the seasons) but there are subordinate and inferior laws, which God may change without any apparent alteration....
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Principles of General and Comparative Physiology

William Benjamin Carpenter - Physiology - 1838 - 530 pages
...agency. Nature has provided in the constitution of all living beings for the periodical changes which the alternation of day and night, and the succession of the seasons, produce in the degree of illumination afforded to them. We find some plants adapted only to exist where...
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Principles of physiology, general and comparative

William Benjamin Carpenter - 1851 - 1126 pages
...desirable for all Plants. Nature has provided in the constitution of each for the periodical changes, which the alternation of day and night, and the succession of the seasons, produce in the degree of illumination afforded to it. We find some adapted to exist only where they...
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Science Popularly Explained: The Principles of Natural and Physical Science ...

David Ames Wells - Science - 1856 - 598 pages
...in motion. Q. What OCCASIONS those MOVEMENTS of the air which we call wind ? A. The principal cause is the variation of temperature produced by the alternation...of day and night and the succession of the seasons. . Q. How can winds originate through VAKIAUONS of TBiipEBAruKB ? warm air flowing out, and the other...
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The Science of Common Things: A Familiar Explanation of the First Principles ...

David Ames Wells - Science - 1857 - 334 pages
...put in motion. 469 What occasions- those movements of the air which we call windf The principal cause is the variation of temperature produced by the alternation...of day and night and the succession of the seasons. 470 How can winds originate through variations of temperature t ; When through the agency of the sun...
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Wells's Natural Philosophy

David Ames Wells - 1858 - 466 pages
...velocity with which it moves is perpetually varying. pnndpauauso 621. The principal cause of movements in the atmosphere is the variation of temperature produced...of day and night and the succession of the seasons. TTou- can vari- When, through the agency of the sun, a particular portion ascends, while a current...
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Wells's Natural Philosophy: For the Use of Schools, Academies, and Private ...

David Ames Wells - Physics - 1857 - 492 pages
...cause of movements in What is the ,, , ... ... „ principal cause the atmosphere is the variation 01 temperature produced by the alternation of day and night and the succession of the seasons. How can vari- When, through the agency of tho sun, a particular portion ""ra'turff ''ro" ^ tue oart'11'3...
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Wells's Natural Philosophy: For the Use of Schools, Academies, and Private ...

David Ames Wells - Physics - 1859 - 468 pages
...perpetually varying. What is the , , . . . , . „ 621. The principal cause of movements in principal cause the atmosphere is the variation of temperature produced...of day and night and the succession of the seasons. ascends, while a current of cold air rushes in to supply the vacancy. Two currents, the one of warm...
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The Science of Common Things: A Familiar Explanation of the First Principles ...

David Ames Wells - Physics - 1859 - 344 pages
...put in motion. 469 What occasions those movements of the air which we call wind? The principal cause is the variation of temperature produced by the alternation...of day and night and the succession of the seasons. 470 SLOW can winds originate through variations of temperature ? When through the agency of the sun...
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The Science of Common Things: A Familiar Explanation of the First Principles ...

David Ames Wells - Physics - 1859 - 344 pages
...put in motion. 469 What occasions those movements of the air which we catt windt The principal cause is the variation of temperature produced by the alternation of day and night and the Buccession of the seasons. 47"0 How can winds originate through variations of temperature ? When through...
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