10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CIRCUITIES»
Discover the use of circuities
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to circuities
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Circuity of rail carload freight
FINDINGS AND INTERPRETATION Rail carload freight in 1964 moved at a
circuity of 15 percent. This compares with earlier developed circuities of 13 and
14 percent for 1950 and 1947, respectively. 5/ Five tables (Tables 1 through 5)
United States. Interstate Commerce Commission. Bureau of Economics, 1968
The South Australian System of Conveyancing by Registration ...
The " circuities" have been curtailed somewhat, and many of the " unaccountable
ficti»ns" laid aside. The redundant verbiage in our Courts of Equity has been
diminished. The fiction of " fines and recoveries" has been abolished, and those ...
Sir Robert Torrens, Henry Gawler, 1859
Ultra-Low Energy Wireless Sensor Networks in Practice: ...
PSoC combines a simple 8-bit MCU core having 16 kB of program memory and
256 B of data memory with versatile software reconfigurable analogue circuities
to external interfaces and components. Included analog circuities are, for
Mauri Kuorilehto, Mikko Kohvakka, Jukka Suhonen, 2008
Interstate Commerce Commission Reports: Reports and ...
On the issue of relative circuities, MIGN alleges that respondents maintain
internal circuities on their preferred transcontinental routes which exceed any
circuities in MIGN routings. It also claims that even the circuities identified by
United States. Interstate Commerce Commission, 1981
California freight energy demand model
Since, these circuities reflect national average network circuity, they may be
somewhat low for movements in California and other western states, where
rugged terrain and other factors result in relatively sparse highway and rail
California Energy Commission, Jack Faucett Associates, 1983
The Oriental Annual: Containing a Series of Tales, Legends, ...
sides by bold precipitous rocks, to be entered only by one pass, and that so
narrow and intricate, as to be quite impracticable to all, except those who, by long
practice, had become thoroughly acquainted with its labyrinthine circuities. A
John Hobart Caunter, 1840
Commentaries on the Laws of England: In Four Books; with an ...
The only difficulty that attends them arises from their fictions and circuities : but,
when once we have discovered the proper clew, that labyrinth is easily pervaded.
Our system of remedial law resembles an old Gothic castle, erected in the days ...
Sir William Blackstone, Edward Christian, Joseph Chitty, 1853
The Prose Writers of America
But the profession became to him every day less attractive, and was finally
abandoned. His family remonstrated, but in vain. His dislike to the scenes
presented in the courts, and to the tautologies, circuities, artifices, and falsehoods
of the law, ...
Encyclopædia Americana: A Popular Dictionary of Arts, ...
After many Circuities and protracted negotiations, the independence of Brazil
was finally acknowledged (Nov. 15, 1625) by John VI, who merely retained the
imperial title in his own person. The Brazilians and Portuguese were to be treated
Francis Lieber, Edward Wigglesworth, Thomas Gamaliel Bradford, 1832
The Mysterious Science of the Law: An Essay on Blackstone's ...
For Blackstone explained, as we have already seen, " the liberality of our modern
courts of justice is frequently obliged to have recourse to unaccountable fictions
and circuities, in order to recover that equitable and substantial justice, which for