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" vision. In vain,—the blurred record was as blank as ever. The next night he saw the fish again, but with no more satisfactory result. When he awoke it disappeared from his memory as before. Hoping that the same experience might be repeated on the third... "
Science - Page 340
edited by - 1885
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Louis Agassiz: His Life and Correspondence, Volume 1

Louis Agassiz - 1885 - 444 pages
...impression he should see something which would put him on the track of his vision. In vain, —the blurred record was as blank as ever. The next night...repeated, on the third night he placed a pencil and paper beside his bed before going to sleep. Accordingly toward morning the fish reappeared in his dream,...
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Louis Agassiz: His Life and Correspondence

Elizabeth Cabot Cary Agassiz - 1885 - 848 pages
...impression he should see something which would put him on the track of his vision. In vain, — the blurred record was as blank as ever. The next night...repeated, on the third night he placed a pencil and paper beside his bed before going to sleep. Accordingly toward morning the fish reappeared in Iiis...
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Louis Agassiz: His Life and Correspondence

Louis Agassiz - 1885 - 902 pages
...impression he should see something which would put him on the track of his vision. In vain, — the blurred record was as blank as ever. The next night he saw time fisim again, but witlm imo mmmore satisfactory result. When he awoke it disappeared from his memory...
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The Church Review, Volume 47

1886
...impression he should see something which would put him on the track of his vision. In vain, — the blurred record was as blank as ever. The next night...with no more satisfactory result. When he awoke it from his memory as before. Hoping that the same experience might be repeated, on the third night he...
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Louis Agassiz: His life and correspondence. Ed. by Elizabeth Cary Agassiz

Elizabeth Cabot Cary Agassiz, Louis Agassiz - 1893 - 844 pages
...impression he should see something which would put him on the track of his vision. In vain, — the blurred record was as blank as ever. The next night...repeated, on the third night he placed a pencil and paper beside his bed before going to sleep. Accordingly toward morning the fish reappeared in his dream,...
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Seeing the Invisible: Practical Studies in Psychometry, Thought Transference ...

James Coates - 1906 - 298 pages
...on looking anew at the impression, he should see something which would put him on the track of his vision. In vain—the blurred record was as blank as ever. The next night he saw the ftsVv " He had been for two weeks striving to decipher the somewhat obscure impressions of a fossil...
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Psychotherapy

James Joseph Walsh - 1912 - 806 pages
...that on looking anew at the impression he should see something that would put him on the track of his vision. In vain—the blurred record was as blank...again, but with no more satisfactory result. When he woke it disappeared from his memory as before. Hoping that the same experience might be repeated, on...
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