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Cunningham's manual of practical anatomy

D. J. Cunningham, George J. Romanes

Rent under the Assumption of Exhaustibility

The abstract character of the conception of land as the basis of rent, 466. — Modification of the rent theory according to the possibility of preventing exhaustion, 469. — Effect of the assumption of exhaustion upon the economic intensity of utilization,...

The threshold of religion

R. R. (Robert Ranulph) Marett

Investigations on the Phylogeny of the Angiosperms. I. The Anatomy of the Node as an Aid in the Classification of Angiosperms

Investigations on the Phylogeny of the Angiosperms. I. The Anatomy of the Node as an Aid in the Classification of Angiosperms

Aboriginal Siberia : a study in social anthropology

Czaplicka, Marie Antoinette, d. 1921, R. R. (Robert Ranulph) Marett

WHITE-SPOT DISEASE

The designation "white-spot," as applied to a definite clinical entity referable to the skin, was first employed by Westberg in 1901. He used the term "white-spot" merely as a descriptive adjective, qualifying a supposedly unknown dermatosis. In 1903,...

From Religion to Philosophy.

E. O. Jordan, Francis Macdonald Cornford

Record of fishes obtained in Japan in 1911

David Starr Jordan, Willian Frances Thompson

The psychology of sex.

Helen Thompson Woolley

The modern hospital

John Allan Hornsby, Richard Schmidt

The common red spider or spider mite

Published August 1914. Facts and recommendations in this publication may no longer be valid. Please look for up-to-date information in the OSU Extension Catalog: http://extension.oregonstate.edu/catalog

THE DIAGNOSTIC VALUE OF THE SPHYGMOMANOMETER IN EXAMINATIONS FOR LIFE INSURANCE

Prior to 1907, little or no use was made of the sphygmomanometer except in clinical cases. Three years ago in a paper delivered before the Medical Directors Association, I said:No practitioner of medicine should be without a sphygmomanometer. He has in...

The "Fern ledges" carboniferous flora of St. John, New Brunswick

The "Fern ledges" carboniferous flora of St. John, New Brunswick

ANEURYSM OF THE SINUS OF VALSALVA: WITH REPORT OF TWO CASES

Although a search through the literature does not seem to substantiate the fact that aneurysm in this situation is common, it undoubtedly impresses one that the lesion is sufficiently frequent for the clinician to keep in mind.FREQUENCY The frequency...

The British Super-Tax and the Distribution of Income

Earlier estimates of income-distribution, based on imperfect statistics, 256. — Additional information since 1907–09, 257. — Comparison of new data with Pareto's law, 258. — Considerable discontinuity; possible explanation, 260. — Notes: I,...

A STUDY OF THE BACTERIOLOGY OF ALVEOLAR ABSCESS AND INFECTED ROOT CANALS

Since Billings, Rosenow and other internists have found the mouth a prolific primary focus of infection, fraught with secondary manifestations of grave consequence, it has been thought desirable that a closer study of the bacteriology of alveolar abscess,...

An experimental Study of the Relation of Bile to Ulceration of the Mucous Membrane of the Stomach.

An experimental Study of the Relation of Bile to Ulceration of the Mucous Membrane of the Stomach.

University drama in the Tudor age

Frederick S. (Frederick Samuel) Boas

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