Peddle refers to herself as female in the preface to the work, prompting reviews to begin referring to her as 'Mrs. M. Peddle'. Reviews of her second work, Rudiments of Taste, signed 'by the author of The Life of Jacob', begin to appear ...
Author: Ann R Hawkins
Category: Literary Criticism
This multi-volume reset collection will addresses significant shortfall in scholarly work, offering contemporary reviews of the work of Romantic women writers to a wider audience.
... in the process ator newspaper , when reviewing ng these books , it must not be s likely to save trouble to the the pupil . ... Review . RUDIMENTS OF MODERN GEOGRAPHY ; With an Appendix , containing an Outline of Ancient Geography ...
The author comattended to ; and ever since that period mences by considering the rudiments of much less has been done in the prose- the temporary teeth , and the formation cution of the subject than miglit have of the pulp and bony part ...
Singing and rudiments of music . Morals and manners . Oral instruction . - Domestic animals . Conversations on reading lessons and oral definitions of words not familiar to the pupil . Physical exercises . General review of studies in ...
Vol. 25 is the report of the commissioner of education for 1880; v. 29, report for 1877.
Authors have provided an excellent review of the rudiments of fracture mechanics as seen via the fracture - toughness point of view . First , the theoretical basis for the basic elastic fracture - mechanics approach is presented in a ...
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3 , page 123 to page 163 ; Rudiments of Written Arithmetic ; Cornell's Primary Geography , completed ; Union Speller , from page 50 to page 61 , and reviewed ; Writing ; Map Drawing throughout the year . Second Year , or “ A ” Class .
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... reviewed ; Number , through six steps with objects ; Form , Weight and Place ; Object Lessons ; Moral Lessons , Cowdery . INTERMEDIATE . First Term . - Spelling , to page 73 ; Reading ; Arithmetic , Stoddard's Rudiments , to page 34 ...
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The author commences by considering the rudiments of the temporary teeth , and the formation of the pulp and bony part of the tooth . In a fœtus of about four months , the rudiments or vascular membranes of twelve teeth in each jaw are ...
Reviews , Proceedings of Societies , Scientific Intelligence . ... Reviews . Rudiments of Pathological Histology ; by Karl Wedi , M.D .; translated and edited by George Busk , F.R.S. The Micrographic Dictionary ; by J. W. Griffith ...
The author com- mences by considering the rudiments of the temporary teeth , and the formation of the pulp and bony part of the tooth . In a fœtus of about four months , the rudiments or vascular membranes of twelve teeth in each jaw ...
Rutter (1964) and Wessells (1977) reported that the rudiment of the pancreas was determined so early in development that a ... and ectodermally derived glandular rudiments, and urogenital structures and gut or integumental derivatives.
Author: Harold Kalter
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
There is still no clear understanding of what causes the great majority of human congenital malformations. And since in most sorts of human disease and pathology that yet prevail prevention usually awaits understanding of cause, it is generally thought that the same is true of developmental aberrations. But is this true? For the relatively few congenital malformations whose causes are primarily environmental, it is plain that their discovery has enabled prevention, but not nec essarily immediately. It took a generation from the time of the discovery that maternal rubella was teratogenic to learn how to immunize against it. Much debate occurred before it was appreciated that thalidomide was a teratogen, and only its removal from the pharmacist's shelf and the end of the epidemic of limb defects attributed to the drug overcame the last doubts. For other proven environmental teratogens doubts and difficulties still con tinue. The claimed prevalence of fetal genital distortions due to female sex hor mones may have been exaggerated. Some potentially teratogenic therapeutic drugs, like anticoagulants, anticonvulsants, and anticancer chemicals, are still pre scribed despite this danger because of their benefits to pregnant women. For those congenital malformations whose basis is predominantly genetic or chromosomal it is different, however. Prevention has not been achieved by the discovery of such causes, as dramatic and revolutionary as some of them have been, except in the questionable sense of interference with reproduction by genetic coun seling or prenatal elimination. But this has not inhibited the romanticists.
His Cordell's , Mr. , speech at the UnitaIntroductory Lecture reviewed , rian Association anniversary , 478 400. ... a poem , 253 of the Fate of La Pérouse , re- Foru's Rudiments of Music , review . viewed , 187 ed , 261 Dissent ...
wrapped up in the rudiments ; -it is simply an expan- sion of " the faith once delivered to the saints . " Rev- elation stands not at the end , but at the beginning , of the Church's career . The highest degree of knowledge is ...
The arguments of the Edinburgh Review against armed revolu- tions considered , 154-158 . ... Loyola : and Jesuitism in its Rudiments ; by Isaac Taylor , author of the Natural Histo- ry of Enthusiasm , reviewed , 610 .
It , therefore , has come about that the significance of science is daily being more widely recognized and a knowledge of at least the Reviews . rudiments of its several branches has come to be regarded as necessary .