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" Tis heat intense to what can there be known ; Warmer our poles than is its burning zone. Who there inhabit must have other powers, Juices, and veins, and sense, and life, than ours. One moment's cold, like theirs, would pierce the bone, Freeze the heart's... "
The Universe: A Philosophical Poem. Intended to Restrain the Pride of Man ... - Página 18
por Henry Baker - 1760 - 48 páginas
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The Saturday Magazine, Volumen14

1839
...Earth, how large, how strong, the Son s bright ball ! But seen from thenee, how languid and how small! When the keen north, with all its fury blows, Congeals the floods, and forms the fleecy snows, "I i- heat intense to what can there be known; Warmer our poles than is in burning zone : Who there...
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The Saturday Magazine ...

1839
...large, how strong, the Sun s bright ball ! But seen from thence, how languid and how small I \Vhen the keen north, with all its fury blows, Congeals the floods, and forms the tieecy snows, 'Tis heat intense to what can there be known ; \Varnier our poles than is ils burning...
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Recreations in Astronomy

Lewis Tomlinson - 1840 - 340 páginas
...Earth, how large, how strong, the Sun's bright ball ! But seen from thence, how languid and how small ! When the keen north, with all its fury blows, Congeals...the floods, and forms the fleecy snows, 'Tis heat intense to what can there be known ; Warmer our poles than is its burning zone : Who there inhabit,...
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First Steps in General Knowledge: The starry heavens

Sarah Windsor Tomlinson - 1846
...our severest winter weather continued all the year round, would be warmer than its mildest season. ' When the keen North with all its fury blows, Congeals...the floods, and forms the fleecy snows, 'Tis heat intense, to what can there be known; Warmer our poles than is its burning zone ! Who there inhabit...
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Celestial Scenery, Or, The Wonders of the Planetary System Displayed ...

Thomas Dick - 1847 - 392 páginas
...expatiated on the cold temperature of Saturn in such strains as the following: . . " When the keen norlh with all its fury blows, . Congeals the floods , and forms the fleecy snows, 'T is heat intense to what can there be known ; Warmer our poles than is its burning zone. Who there...
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THE COMPLETE WORKS OF THOMAS DICK

1857
...the last century expatiated on the cold temperature of Saturn in such strains as the following : " When the keen north with all its fury blows, Congeals...the floods, and forms the fleecy snows, 'Tis heat intense to what can there be known ; Warmer our poles than is its burning zone. Who there inhabit must...
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