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" ... different bones, instead of being one solid, tight box. If a blow be received on the head, these bones give a little upon each other, as it is expressed, and so they are not often broken. They give more in the child than in the adult, because, besides... "
Familiar Lessons on Physiology: Designed for the Use of Children and Youth ... - Page 47
by Lydia Folger Fowler - 1848
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Memoirs of Eliphalet Nott: For Sixty-two Years President of Union College

Cornelius Van Santvoord, Tayler Lewis - Clergy - 1876 - 390 pages
...powerless whenever she goes beyond the conscience ; in such a case her censures are no longer heeded. It is well that it is so ; for if it were not, another despotism might be established on this side of the Atlantic, less terrible only than the despotism...
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A First Book in Physiology: For the Use of Schools. An Introduction to the ...

Worthington Hooker - 1883 - 191 pages
...the child than in the adult, because, besides being less brittle, they are less tightly put together. It is well that it is so; for if it were not, the skull would often be fractured, in the frequent falls which the child has. 9. The bones on the top...
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Studies in Abnormal Psychology, Volume 1

Morton Prince - Psychology, Pathological - 1911
...violent, is evanescent, the subject in a moment resuming his occupation as if nothing had happened. It is well that it is so; for if it were not, we should still have been a race of skulking savages, shivering at each breath of wind, and incapable...
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Studies in abnormal psychology ;. v. 1, 1913, Volume 1

1911
...violent, is evanescent, the subject in a moment resuming his occupation as if nothing had happened. It is well that it is so; for if it were not, we should still have been a race of skulking savages, shivering at each breath of wind, and incapable...
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The North American Review, Volume 214

North American review - 1921
...results and best results; each individual must be studied and the rules modified to fit individual cases. It is well that it is so, for if it were not, instead of being the most interesting thing in the world, there would be nothing quite so dull and...
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The North American Review, Volume 214

North American review - 1921
...results and best results; each individual must be studied and the rules modified to fit individual cases. It is well that it is so, for if it were not, instead of being the most interesting thing in the world, there would be nothing quite so dull and...
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