10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «INFRAPOSED»
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The Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London
E. Forbes, his own discovery of an instance of terrestrial surface infraposed to the
Drift-gravels, at the east end of the Isle of Wight, near St. Helens ; which he
noticed in a communication on the newer Eocenes of that locality, but which has
The Correspondence of John Flamsteed, The First Astronomer Royal
Nor do they raise it towards the supraposed sun nor carry it away from an
infraposed sun. For (whatever the noble Tycho and a few others seem to have
believed to the contrary) solar refractions are not greater than the lunar at the
Eric Gray Forbes, Lesley Murdin, Frances Wilmoth, 1995
The Poems of Browning: Volume Four: 1862 - 1871
28–9. William Stevenson's Gammer Gurton's Needle (performed 1553) was one
of the earliest comedies in English. The needle is eventually found in the
breeches of Gammer Gurton's servant Hodge. [Signatures] infraposition: '
infraposed a., ...
John Woolford, Daniel Karlin, Joseph Phelan, 2014
Siluria: A History of the Oldest Rocks in the British Isles ...
... ascertained; for, beginning with what is now usually recognized as the lowest
fossiliferous rock of the Rhine, or the ' Spiriferen- Sandstein,' I have not been able
there, any more than in Russia (p. 364), to detect such strata infraposed to ...
Sir Roderick Impey Murchison, 1867
Siluria: The History of the Oldest Fossiliferous Rocks and ...
384), to detect such strata infraposed to the fossiliferous limestones of this region.
* All the Silurian fossils figured from Orthoceras Brongniarti, Troost ; O. tenue, this
spot in the work of Prof. Geinitz Wahlenberg j Leptocheles (Ceratiocaris P) ...
Roderick Impey Murchison, 1859
... is not yet completely ascertained; for beginning with what is now usually
recognized as the lowest fossiliferous rock of the Rhine, or the 'Spirifer Sandstein,
' I have nowhere been able to detect a section where such strata are infraposed
to the ...
Roderick Impey Murchison, 2014
The Chambers Dictionary
[L infra below] infraposed in'fr.*-pdzd, adj placed below something else (cf
superposed). — n infraposi tion Infrared in'fra-red, n infrared radiation. — adj '
between the red end of the visible spectrum and microwaves; using infrared
International Abstracts of Surgery
Persistent infraposed stomach is not as frequent as supraposed stomach. It is
caused by restraint or lack of power to move, most frequently lack of power, which
is the case in chronic gastro-enter- optosis with relaxation of the abdominal walls.
Journal of the Franklin Institute
... beds are "underlain by petrographically similar cretaceous deposits, increasing
in heterogeneity somewhat downward to 2,000 feet,“ but some reasons favor the
supposition that a “ considerable thickness of cretaceous strata are infraposed.
A conventional, complete four-cycle pedigree with terminology of the partial
pedigree infraposed below conventional terms, thus indicating which
conventional clones are not separated in the partial pedigree. By convention, the
adults are ...