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" Valleys between the Ridges of the Hills, and coming to unite, form little Rivulets or Brooks : many of thefe again meeting in one common Valley, and gaining the plain Ground, being grown... "
An Examination of Dr. Burnet's Theory of the Earth - Page 29
by John Keill, M. de Maupertuis - 1734 - 4 pages
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Miscellanea Curiosa: Being a Collection of Some of the Principal Phaenomena ...

Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1705 - 361 pages
...by the fides of the Hills, forms fingle Springs. Many of thefe running down by the Valleys or Guts between the ridges of the Hills, and coming to unite"...many of thefe again, meeting in one common Valley and gainingtheplain Ground, being grown lefs rapid become a River : and many or thefe being united in one...
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Miscellanea Curiosa: Containing a Collection of Some of the ..., Volume 1

Edmond Halley, Richard Mead - 1708 - 430 pages
...by the fides of the Hills, forms fingle Springs, Many of thefe running down by the Valleys or Guts between the Ridges of the Hills, and coming to unite,...Many of thefe again, meeting in one common Valley and gaining the plain Ground, being grown lefs rapid, become a River j and many of thefe being united in...
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The Philosophical Transactions ... Abridged ..., Volume 2

Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1722
...by the fides of the Hills, forms fingle Springs} Many of thefe running down by the Valleys, or Guts between the Ridges of the Hills, and coming to unite, form little Rivulets or Breaks-, many of thefe again meeting in one common Valley, and gaining the plain Ground, being grown...
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A Compendious System of Natural Philosophy: With Notes, Containing ..., Volume 1

John Rowning - 1744
...breaking out by the Sides of the Hills, forms fingle Springs. Many of thefe running down by the Valleys between the Ridges of the Hills, and coming to unite, form little Rivulets or Brooks : Manyofthefc again meeting in one common Valley, and gaining the plain Ground, being grown lefs rapid,...
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Philosophia Britannica: Or, A New & Comprehensive System of the Newtonian ...

Benjamin Martin - 1747
...Hills, forms fmgle Springs. 1 6. Many of thefe Springs running down by the Vallies, between the RHges of the Hills, and coming to unite, form little Rivulets,...many of thefe again meeting in one common Valley, and gaining the plain Ground, being grown lefs rapid, become a River ; and many of thefe being united in...
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A Compendious System of Natural Philosophy: With Notes, Containing ..., Volume 1

John Rowning - 1753
...breaking out by the Sides of the Hills, forms (ingle Springs. Many of thefe running down by the Valleys between the Ridges of the Hills, and coming to unite,...many of thefe again meeting in one common Valley, and gaining the plain Ground, being grown lefs rapid, become a River ; and many of thefe being united in...
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An Easy Introduction to the Arts and Sciences:: Being a Short, But ...

Richard Turner - 1795 - 251 pages
...A. A river is a ftream of frefh water, formed from many fprings, which, running down by the vallies between the ridges of the hills, and coming to unite,...many of thefe again meeting in one common valley, and arriving at the plain, become a river, the magnitude of which is generally in proportion to the greatnefs...
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Elements of Natural Philosophy: Arranged Under the Following Heads: Matter ...

1808 - 272 pages
...out by the sides of the hills forms single spings. Many of these springs running down by the vallies, between the ridges of the hills, and coming to unite, form little rivulets, or brooks ; many of these again meeting in one common valley, and gaining the plain ground, being grown less rapid, become...
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An easy introduction to the arts and sciences

Richard Turner - 1811 - 251 pages
...one or many fprings, which, running down the valleys between the ridges of the hills, and uniting, form little rivulets or brooks ; many of' thefe again meeting in one common valley, become a river, the magnitude of which is generally in proportion to the greatnefs of the mountains...
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The Contemplative Philosopher: Or, Short Essays on the Various ..., Volume 1

Richard Lobb - 1817
...breaking out by the sides of the hills, forms single springs. Many of these running down by the vallies, between the ridges of the hills, and coming to unite, form little rivulets or brooks. Many of these again meeting in one common valley, and, by gaining the plain ground, having grown less rapid,...
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