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of one turn of thick mobility

which is in turn easily resolved     1
[or] avoided by surrounding the head with several turns     2
turning towards and entering into     3
a single turn of cotton thread     4
at the turning point     5
secured by a few turns of fine     6
turning now     7
in my laboratory. Turning now to the theoretical discussion of the simple case     8
could, in their turn,     9
turn the areas of     10
reversible manner. When, however, we turn     11
Thus the distinction between bodies turns on the character of the impulses, and is a difference of degree rather than of kind     12
found to persist in other parts on turning     13
turn the two     14
52 turns of gutta-percha covered wire, wound     15
36,000 turns     16
about 6,000 turns, and     17
 anyone who can “read mirror” can read off the signals as quickly as they can be sent     18
2000 turns     19
1000 turns     20
1.6 turns     21
100 or 200 turns     22
in closely adjacent turns and in one layer     23
passes from turn to turn     24
of one turn of thick     25
mobility, and this in turn depends on temperature. For every rise     26
in the lee of each of these two ripples orginates a new ripple there, and in this way, fresh ripples are begun with each succeeding swing of the water till the whole sand is ripple-marked     27


turns (and two other) from Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 74 (1905)
Pennsylvania State University copy, digitized October 17, 2013
from these papers, respectively —

12 July 2016

cotton; quiet days; sands; turns; waves
H. Ayrton