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These sections also have vibrations of their own which are of shorter length and more rapid motion.
EXPRESSIVE VOICE CULTUREJESSIE ELDRIDGE SOUTHWICK
Besides this fundamental or primary vibration, the movement divides itself into segments, or sections, of the entire length.
EXPRESSIVE VOICE CULTUREJESSIE ELDRIDGE SOUTHWICK
The cantonment was split into two sections by an irregular ravine, or nullah, running east and west.
THE RED YEARLOUIS TRACY
The book is divided into sections, each section being called 'A Reason.'
TOBACCO; ITS HISTORY, VARIETIES, CULTURE, MANUFACTURE AND COMMERCEE. R. BILLINGS.
The more conspicuous characteristics of the blood in various diseases have been mentioned in previous sections.
A MANUAL OF CLINICAL DIAGNOSISJAMES CAMPBELL TODD
And probably you would continue to let sections of it to men that wanted to raise cattle or horses on a small scale.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
This Committee shall be divided into three sections, viz.:—Of diplomacy; of the navy; and of the army.
THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDSJOHN FOREMAN
This method is in vogue in some sections, because still less money is required to keep property insured.
PUTNAM'S HANDY LAW BOOK FOR THE LAYMANALBERT SIDNEY BOLLES
The paper war was almost entirely carried on between two sections of the Whig party.
THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND FROM THE ACCESSION OF JAMES II.THOMAS BABINGTON MACAULAY
The sections, the tribunals, the clubs were to suspend their sittings, that the public attention might not be distracted.
MADAME ROLAND, MAKERS OF HISTORYJOHN S. C. ABBOTT

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