4 edition of A Treatise On The Motor Apparatus Of The Eyes found in the catalog.
June 1, 2007 by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English
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He goes on to consider the element of time in reading, making a case for the value of rereading: Incidentally, I use the word reader very loosely. This muscle takes origin with the extraocular muscles at the apex of the orbit as a narrow tendon and runs forward into the upper lid as a broad tendon, the levator aponeurosis, which is attached to the forward surface of the tarsus and the skin covering the upper lid. Of the moist, running, or vveeping eie, called in greek Reuma opthalmou, in latine Fluxus oculi, delachrymatio. Law is not voodoo hooey If you are sovereign and responsible and a living soul, you have a moral, a commercial and a spiritual duty as the fiduciary to honorably handle the affairs of the de facto corporation known as your Straw-man.
Notvvithstanding I thinke he might sooner raise and dravv foorth the vvaterish humour, then the cataract, vvhen it is ripe and readie to bee couched, because it is an harde skinne. What does this have to do with a trial and an argument? Let the Chirurgian rubbe the right eye vvith the left hand, before he begin his vvorke, or rather lette some childe hauing a very cleane mouth chevv fenell or ani-seeds, which vvhen he hath spitte foorth, lette him breath vpon the diseased parte, that by this meanes the cataract may be made more thinne, and smaller. In short, I have some quibbles with this book, but by and large I believe this is a book that the church in the west needs very much at this point in history. Monthly donation.
He maye not bee dressed, or the eye vnrolled, vntill the second or thirde daie after the couching of the cataract, vnlesse there happen any inflammation, or great paine. Most recently updated: January 28, The story exceeds what it says, or better, means how it says: 'The truth of art--the truth of the aesthetic aspect of our existence--does not reduce to mere representation or correspondence. It is by no means complete. Trying a different Web browser might help.
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Because the business was the transaction. To exercise such other powers and duties as by the laws of nations and according to commercial usage or by the laws of any other government or country may be exercised and performed by notaries public, provided that when exercising such powers he shall set for the name of such other jurisdiction.
Otherwise what happens in the court is very simple. The skin The outermost layer of the lid is the skin, with features not greatly different from skin on the rest of the body, with the possible exception of large pigment cells, which, although found elsewhere, are much more numerous in the skin of the lids.
This being done, let him be set in a light place, hauing his face turned tovvard the Chirurgian, and the light comming directly vppon him, let one holde his heade stedfastly vvithout moouing: for anye little motion of it may bring blindnes vvithout recouerie.
The 18th century was a wealth of knowledge, exploration and rapidly growing technology and expanding record-keeping made possible by advances in the printing press. VVhen you perceiue this maladie beginning, vvhich is euident in teh Crystalline humour appearing some-vvhwat gray, first vse your general cure, then such medicines as may comfort and staye the Crystalline humour, least it waxe dry and bee frosen: as moist and comfortable fomentations.
In other words, the air acts as the stick that allows the pneuma to identify the object, and transmit that back to the eye to produce sight as long as there is light. Oedema is taken in auncient vvriters for all kindes of tumors or svvelling, but here vve vse it particuarlie according to Galen for a blovving or puffing vp of the eye, vvhen it is lifted vp on high, looseth his naturall colour, and is hardlie moued, the vvhite part being higher lifted vp then the blacke: or as Aetius vvoulde haue it, vvhen the eye vvithout any manifest cause becommeth puffed vppe.
In order to inhabit the story in this way, however, one must be captured by the drama of the arc of the story itself, not merely convinced by a paraphrase of the story's content: 'If we are going to agents of teh coming kingdom, acting in ways that embody God's desires for creation, then our imaginations need to be conscripted by God.
The drawee is going to be the bank who is going to pay the draft, the defendant Straw-man. My sense is that pastors and educated laypeople will become impatient with the jargon here - 'cognitive narratology'; the 'habitus'; the 'kinaesthetic' quality of art and literature, and so on.
The reader should have imagination. Both light and pneuma act together to eradicate barriers and direct the immediate transition of sensation to the eye, thus attaining vision. This is achieved by the eyelids, which during waking hours sweep the secretions of the lacrimal apparatus and other glands over the surface at regular intervals and which during sleep cover the eyes and prevent evaporation.
Thus, the meibomian, or tarsal glandsconsist of a row of elongated glands extending through the tarsal plates; they secrete an oil that emerges onto the surface of the lid margin and acts as a barrier for the tear fluid, which accumulates in the grooves between the eyeball and the lid barriers.
He was also, it turns out, equally opinionated in his criteria for what constitutes a good reader. Moreouer, the cataractes are alvvaies so greate that they ouerspreade and couer thevvhole apple of the eie, and hinder the vvholesight: but glaucoma possesseth all teh Christaline humour, and it is drie in euery part, and by reason of the drinesse it grovveth so thicke.
The Bid Bond is the bond that sets the value of the draft, the amount of money they are looking for to settle and close the case. But one must inhabit this story so that it is formed as a habit within one, so that one is incorporated into the social body that tells this story about itself.
To understand the logic of a story is to have intuited a flow and an arc, to have absorbed a world and lived with characters, to have dwelt in a world of words whose connotations and resonances play on the strings of our imagination to generate meaning' 1.
Author(s): Stevens,George T(George Thomas), Title(s): A treatise on the motor apparatus of the eyes, embracing an exposition of the anomalies of the ocular adjustments and their treatment, with the anatomy and physiology of the muscles and their accessories,by George T. Stevens.
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