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Sayings of the Wise Men, in Their Bearing on Life, Literature, Speculation, ... It- Pr
. No good is ever done to society by the pictorial representation of its diseases.
|as a governing power of humanity, or at least used as the chief element of |
interest in the conduct of its histories. ... their purpose, their method is mistaken,
and that no good is ever done to society by the pictorial representation of its
|In old times men used their powers of painting to show the objects of faith, in later |
times they use the objects of faith to show their powers of painting. ... Ruskin,
John No good is ever done to society by the pictorial representation of its
|as an aid to their ready recognition and differential diagnosis is evident, |
especially so with the vast majority of the ... To this class the pictorial
representations of skin diseases are a necessity, and if faithful and true to nature,
are scarcely ... from various sources the most characteristic and typical examples
of these diseases which have ever been delineated. ... Especial care has been
taken to bring the therapeutical part of the work fully up to the latest advances
made in this department.
|properties of the CHRI is needed, it promises to ful®ll a unique niche in QL |
assessment due to its appealing format, its ... often, very often; good, not so good,
not good, not good at all) and sometimes pictorial representations (happy to very
|Corns* University Medical College; Surueoo to Good Samaritan Dispensary. ... |
tOo*s not produce bromism nur disturb stomuuh," MERCK & CO., New York ... it is
believed permanent advance has been made, in both venereology and
dermatology; great changes in therapeutics and ... the importance and
usefulness of pictorial representations of diseases of the skin as an aid to their
ready reoognition and ...
|which must depend very much upon the painter and his consultation with the |
architect ; and he conveyed in his paper that if ... to say, a thorough knowledge of
each other's work— in short, a knowledge of art — there could be no good
decoration. ... Mr. J. D. CRACE writes:— Much to my regret I was prevented by
illness from attending to hear Mr. Horsley read his paper. ... What does it matter to
the structural effect whether the pictorial work on the walls is painted in " tempera,
" in " spirit ...
|Royal Society of Arts (Great Britain). I l. properties, costumes, &c.; (3) pictorial |
representation of theatrical exhibitions, sculpture, &:c.; (4) dramatic works of all ...
There is probably not much to be done in the way of new fmits from tropical Africa
. ... (Maui'Jmt ut'z'h'.m'ma), is cultivated in west tropical Africa for its large fleshy
roots, from which tapioca is made. ... Any plant said to have medicinal properties,
or to be used for any special complaint or disease by the natives, should be
|This good meeting is directly traceable to the excellent, painstaking work of the |
secretary of the Arkansas Medical Society, ... By Richard L. Sutton, M. D.,
Professor of Diseases of the Skin, University of Kansas School of Medicine;
former ... of the commoner affections of the skin, such as eczema and syphilis; the
rarer diseases have not been neglected. Several of these, such as cutaneous
thrush, foot-and-mouth disease, and trichinosis, have never before been
pictorially represented in ...
|It is not at present intended to trace the causes of any particular class of evil*, but |
merely to give the opinions of others, ... But if so much has already been done by
pictorial representation, and that chiefly in childhood, how much more might be ...
and were their various structures and properties, as well as their more important
uses, demonstrated and explained, before ... while they contribute at the same
time to the welfare of society at large, are resolvable, either directly or indirectly,