Winston's Cumulative Encyclopedia; A Comprehensive Reference Book Volume 7

Winston's Cumulative Encyclopedia; A Comprehensive Reference Book Volume 7

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1915 edition. Excerpt: ...representatives to parliament. In function of smell. The proper nerves 1328 Edward III made it a staple town of smell, the olfactory nerves, form the for the counties of Norfolk and Suffolk, first pair of cerebral nerves or those and induced great numbers of Flemings Which take origin from the cerebrum; to settle in it. l'op. (1911) 191,418. while the nerves of common sensibility Tff/vrxrrJfiTi a village, capital of Che-of the nose belong to the fifth pair of JNOrwll/Xl, nnneo County, New York, cerebral nerves. The olfactory nerves are on the Chenango River. 42 miles N. E. of distributed in the mucous membrane of Binghamton. It has railroad shops, blast either side in the form of a sort of Nosology Notary thick brush of small nerve fibers. The agascar by a channel 5 miles in width, study of the comparative anatomy of the It has been a French possession definitely nasal organs shows that man possesses a since 1815. It is neither fertile nor sense of smell greatly inferior in many healthy. Pop. 7654. instances to that of the lower animals. "Wnstnlo-ia See Homesickness. The distribution of the olfactory nerves ---MS- in man is of a very limited nature when TTostOC (nos'tok), a genus of greencompared with what obtains in such ani-spored gelatinous alga?, fremals as the dog, sheep, etc. All verte-quent especially in sandy soils and imbrates above fishes generally resemble mediately after rain in summer, and verman in the essential type of their olfac-nacularly called witches' butter, fallen tory apparatus. In most fishes the nos-stars, etc. Many of the species are trils are simply shut or closed sacs, and edible, the A', edule of China being a do not communicate posteriorly with the favorite ingredient in soup, mouth. The...show more

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  • Paperback | 284 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 15mm | 513g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123663165X
  • 9781236631657