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" Art can construct instruments of navigation, such that the largest vessels governed by a single man will traverse rivers and seas more rapidly than if they were filled with oarsmen. One may also make carriages which without the aid of any animal will... "
Old-time Makers of Medicine: The Story of the Students and Teachers of the ... - Page 417
de James Joseph Walsh - 1911 - 446 pages
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Dante and Catholic Philosophy in the Thirteenth Century

Frédéric Ozanam - 1897 - 505 pages
...a brilliant light. One may multiply this phenomenon so far as to destroy a city or an army. Art cau construct instruments of navigation such that the...which, without the aid of any animal, will run with immeasurable swiftness." ' Roger Bacon, however, could tear himself away from such attractive investigations...
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The Pageant of London, Volume 1

Richard Davey - 1906
...governed by a single man unto which the largest of our vessels are mere cockleshells and which can traverse rivers and seas more rapidly than if they were filled with oarsmen. We may also make carriages which, without the aid of animals, will run with immeasurable rapidity."...
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The Thirteenth: Greatest of Centuries

James Joseph Walsh - 1907 - 490 pages
...that one of the great applications of such a force would be for transportation. Accordingly he said: "Art can construct instruments of navigation such...of any animal will run with remarkable swiftness."* When we recall that the very latest thing in transportation are motor-boats and automobiles driven...
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The Rosary Magazine, Volume 30

1907
...that one of the great applications of such a force would be for transportation. Accordingly, he said: "Art can construct instruments of navigation such...which, without the aid of any animal, will run with im-measurable swiftness." When we recall that the very latest things in transportation are motor-boats...
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The Popes and Science: The History of the Papal Relations to Science During ...

James Joseph Walsh - 1908 - 431 pages
...that one of the great applications of such a force would be for transportation. Accordingly he said: "Art can construct instruments of navigation such...of any animal will run with remarkable swiftness." When we recall that the very latest thing in transportation are motor-boats and automobiles driven...
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Dante, "the Central Man of All the World": A Course of Lectures Delivered ...

John Theodore Slattery - 1920 - 283 pages
...use of even motor boats and automobiles driven by gasoline, this thirteenth century scientist wrote: "Art can construct instruments of navigation such...of any animal, will run with remarkable swiftness." This man whose clarity of vision anticipated those discoveries of the nineteenth century, left three...
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