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|Bonaparte, Napoleon The man, most man, works best for men: and, if most man |
indeed, he gets his manhood ... Browning, Elizabeth Barrett Some men are like
nails, very easily drawn; others however are more like rivets never drawn at all.
|There is, however, abetter undertone of feeling, and the fact that there is in many |
sections more money in the hands of the ... on the part of some merchants to use
their influence to prevent manufacturers from selling these houses, whose
methods are so disturbing ... and were obliged to draw heavily on jobbera, so that
now a scarcity prevails throughout the entire trade, and consequently ... Since our
last we have had weather more like April than January, but trade has not followed
|Rivets are made of a certain kind of steel which, according to standard American |
specifications, must meet the ... to draw the line too closely when setting out the
work, but rather to put in sufficient to take care of the work under all
circumstances. ... So expert do these men become that it is not unusual to toss
rivets sixty feet or more feet into a nail keg, or where they can ... To be easily
obtainable by the trade, they should be manufactured in lengths varying by 2 feet,
like lumber, or carried ...
|But I have seen so many cases where even heavy belts were run successfully in |
this position that such a contingency as ... However, if the right one is used and
the belt kept pliable enough to stay to the pulley, the matter of placing the shafts
one ... An easy way to draw an ellipse of any size is as follows: First, make cross-
lines as wide and long as you wish your ellipse. ... This is what a young mill man
did who believed all that was needed to make money with a small mill was to get
|ing to the colouring matter of the skin, when. is easily remedied by carefully |
separating the Skin l _ , . ; work is averbatirn ... After dealing skilfully with
malforation of the toe-nails, bunions, and other diseases of the foot, the treatise
before us ... to the nail, requires particular attention, as it is frequently dragged on
with its growth, drawing the skin below the nail so intense, ... The writer says that
care should be taken to have the stocking of proper length; he thinks if they could
be made like ...
|These were subjected to traverse stresses, in some cases parallel to the axes of |
the nails, in others at right angles. ... in the direction in which the nails were
driven, the joints were broken by nails being drawn almost without being bent. ...
is in a dangerous condition, and all because the men who own the boilers are too
indifferent, careless or stingy to put their ... We are not, however, informed how
this arrangement is effected, and until we know a little more upon the subject, we
are not ...
|unreservedly to this extraordinary painter, it may be said that no artist not |
possessed of some at least of the greatest qualities ... And let it here be said that
the public (like a small child) is quick to detect whether the story it wants told is
told well. ... with its gaudy colours has no such popularity as this other greater
work ; the story too is less easy to render impressively. ... And none, we believe,
alive (certainly none in England) who can approach him in power of drawing, in
his grouping of ...
|other, ami none wandered more than Jin. from a straight line. ... Forked lightning |
appears to be similar to the brush discharge of an electrical machine. ... Anyhow,
I should advise anyone who thinks of repeating the experiment to rivet the
camera firmly to the nearest lamp-post, and ... The result will probably be a
zigzag line of some sort, showing that the electric matter travels through the air,
as it were, en maste, ... I confess I never have, nor have I met with any person
who has done so.
Edward J. Mehren, Henry Coddington Meyer, Charles Frederick Wingate - 1911 - Read - More editions
|The other piece of the column is made continuous through the extension of the |
bottom chord, and extends to the top chord, ... each nail, and have figured and
used the nails in a way similar to rivets in a steel structure, using double value for
each nail ... ďAs Douglas fir easily splits along the grain I always, where the larger
nails, 7 in. and 8 in., are used in closely spaced ... Some weeks ago Mr. Edwin A.
Fisher, city engineer of Rochester, N. Y., made an address on paving and the
care of ...
|To get this out we will have to draw the whole cone, as A, d, E, f, e, B. Draw the |
semicircle and divide off into equal parts, ... 2 between /' and e', so that e', B, fig. ...
The plan is to get the recommendations of a commission made up of some of the
most intelligent and progressive of ... Sometimes we run across items like this, cut
from a contemporary, and we are led to wonder what they are published ... He
has held many other positions, but these I think are sufficent for the life of one