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This opinion, however, has been since refuted in an able monograph on the subject by Padre Garrucci.
THE CATACOMBS OF ROMEWILLIAM HENRY WITHROW
The monograph on the Sunshade, called by the author ‘a little tumbled fantasy,’ occupies fully one-half of the volume.
A CURSORY HISTORY OF SWEARINGJULIAN SHARMAN
He thinks, as I did, that the monograph of Sticker in Nothnagel is the best review of hay fever that we have.
THE TREATMENT OF HAY FEVERGEORGE FREDERICK LAIDLAW
This would constitute a very curious fact if the matter were left where Professor Hartt left it when his monograph was written.
NIGHTS WITH UNCLE REMUSJOEL CHANDLER HARRIS
It is really a monograph on magnetism written in the thirteenth century.
OLD-TIME MAKERS OF MEDICINEJAMES J. WALSH
Major Dutton's valuable monograph is a record of the earthquake-phenomena.
A STUDY OF RECENT EARTHQUAKESCHARLES DAVISON
His monograph is now our chief work of reference on Ischian earthquakes.
A STUDY OF RECENT EARTHQUAKESCHARLES DAVISON
Stekel,41 one of Freud's pupils, in an elaborate monograph, also lays stress on the sexual factor of the anxiety-neurosis.
THE SEXUAL LIFE OF THE CHILDALBERT MOLL
In 1843 he turned upon his critics with a slashing "Monograph on the Parisian Press."
A HISTORY OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY, YEAR BY YEAREDWIN EMERSON
These, as shown by the well-known monograph of Humboldt, are not Celtic, and are Iberic.
THE ETHNOLOGY OF THE BRITISH COLONIES AND DEPENDENCIESROBERT GORDON LATHAM

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