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" The sound spoke eloquently to the geologist; the thousands and thousands of stones, which, striking against each other made the one dull uniform sound, were all hurrying in one direction. It was like thinking on time, where the minute that now glides... "
The Andes and the Amazon: Or, Across the Continent of South America - Pagina 188
door James Orton - 1870 - 356 pagina’s
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Journal of Researches Into the Natural History and Geology of ..., Volumes 1-2

Charles Darwin - 1846 - 336 pagina’s
...the one dull, uniform sound, were all hurrying in one direction. It was like thinking on time, where the minute that now glides past is irrecoverable....each note of that wild music told of one more step towards their destiny. It is not possible for the mind to comprehend, except by a slow process, any...
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The Friend, ed. by R. Smith, Vol. [1st and 2nd eds. of vol.1. The ..., Volume 19

Robert Smith - 1846
...the one dull uniform sound, were all hurrying in one direction. It was like thinking on time, where the minute that now glides past is irrecoverable....stones : the ocean is their eternity-: and each note of thnt wild music told of one more step towards their destiny. It is not possible for the mind to comprehend,...
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The chemistry of creation

Robert Ellis (F.L.S.) - 1850
...the one dull uniform sound, were all hurrying in one direction. It was like thinking on time, where the minute that now glides past is irrecoverable....each note of that wild music told of one more step towards their destiny. " It is not possible for the mind to comprehend, except by a slow process, any...
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Elements of physical geography

Hugo Reid - 1850
...the one dull uniform sound, were all hurrying in one direction. It was like thinking on time, where the minute that now glides past is irrecoverable....each note of that wild music told of one more step towards their destiny. — As often as I have seen beds of mud, sand, and shingle, accumulated to the...
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The graduated series of reading-lesson books, Boek 5

Graduated series - 1861
...the one dull uniform sound, were all hurrying in one direction. It was like thinking on time, where the minute that now glides past is irrecoverable....each note of that wild music told of one more step towards their destiny. It is not possible for the mind to comprehend, except by a slow process, any...
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The Andes and the Amazon: Or, Across the Continent of South America

James Orton - 1870 - 356 pagina’s
...bed show its power. Here, sixty miles from its origin in the glaciers of Antisana, it is seventy-five feet wide, but in the wet season it is one hundred...morrow we traveled fourteen miles, crossing the lofty Guacamayo ridge,* fording at much risk the deep Cochachimbamba, and camping at a spot (the Indians...
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The Andes and the Amazon

James Orton - 1870
...bed show its power. Here, sixty miles from its origin in the glaciers of Antisana, it is seventy-five feet wide, but in the wet season it is one hundred...morrow we traveled fourteen miles, crossing the lofty Guacamayo ridge,* fording at much risk the deep Cochachimbamba, and camping at a spot (the Indians...
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The Andes and the Amazon: Or, Across the Continent of South America

James Orton - 1870 - 356 pagina’s
...show its power. Here, sixty miles from its origin in the glaciers. of Antisana, it is seventy-five feet wide, but in the wet season it is one hundred...morrow we traveled fourteen miles, crossing the lofty Guacamayo ridge,* fording at much risk the deep Cochachimbamba, and camping at a spot (the Indians...
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JOURNAL OF RESEARCHES INTO THE COUNTRIES VISITED DURING THE VOYAGE OF H.M.S ...

CHARLES DARWIN, M.A., F.R.S., - 1871
...one direction. It was like thinking on time, where the minute that now glides past is irreeoverable. So was it with these stones ; the ocean is their eternity,...each note of that wild music told of one more step towards their destiny. It is not possible for the mind to comprehend, except by a slow process, any...
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The Aerial World: A Popular Account of the Phenomena and Life of the Atmosphere

Georg Hartwig - 1875 - 556 pagina’s
...the one dull uniform sound, were all hurrying in one direction. It was like thinking on time, where the minute that now glides past is irrecoverable....each note of that wild music told of one more step towards their destiny. ' It is not possible for the mind to comprehend, except by a slow process, any...
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