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The law of Gravitation has an enormous evidence in support of it considered simply as a fact.

The Relations Between Religion and ScienceFrederick, Lord Bishop of Exeter

Tell me more of the sphere in which gravitation is intensest.

Natural Science is not the invention of man, more than is the law of gravitation, the law of equilibrium, or the binomial theorem.

The fly must not be thrown directly on to the water, but should be allowed to drop there by gravitation.

Old Flies in New DressesCharles Edward Walker

The ocean as it revolves round the earth (being held on by gravitation just as the moon is) is perturbed by both sun and moon.

It has already been pointed out that Newton endeavoured to account for Gravitation by the pressure of the Aether.

Aether and GravitationWilliam George Hooper

The attraction that keeps the suns and planets in their orbits is Gravitation.

Dynamic ThoughtWilliam Walker Atkinson

All the Newton-La Place theories of gravitation and the nebular hypothesis are now called in question by our wisest astronomers.

We see that they are obedient to the great laws of gravitation, and afford a striking illustration of their truth.

The Story of the HeavensRobert Stawell Ball

It is the law of gravitation, discovered by Sir Isaac Newton.

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