Such, in brief, is the cell to whose activities it is possible to trace the fundamental properties of all living things. Cells are endowed with the properties of irritability, contractibility, assimilation and reproduction, and it is thus plainly to the study of cells that we must look for an interpretation of life phenomena.
I found that he was disposed to buy the estate's interest in these properties and finally sold it to him for one hundred thousand dollars. An additional consideration was the securing through him an investment of half the amount, for a period of ten years at a guaranteed return of ten per cent per annum. The Connecticut investment looked to me most unpromising.
Having decided in his own mind that the Southdowns were preferable to every other breed, for the two properties mentioned, he went into Sussex, their native county, and purchased the best rams and ewes that could be obtained of the principal breeders, regardless of expense, and never made a cross from any other breed afterwards.
In the training of the teacher it is well to call attention first to the rhythm of speech, before entering into that of music. Those who have had a literary education have already studied the metrical properties of poetry and prose.
Ammonium hydroxide is a weak base, as shown in the table above, while the hydroxides of sodium and potassium exhibit strongly basic properties. To understand the principle underlying these changes it is necessary to consider first the conditions which prevail when a solution of acetic acid, which has been stirred until it is of uniform concentration throughout, has come to a constant temperature.
It is a secretion of definite chemical properties with reference not only not even mainly to the organism of the animal in which it is developed, but specially to another animal which it is intended to destroy."
"Like Whigs in place," interrupted the politician. "Right, Tomlinson, thanks to the milder properties of our drink, and perchance to the stronger qualities of our heads; and now tell me, my friend, what think you of our chance of success? Shall we catch an heiress or not?"
They were by nature impressionable to a different aspect of life, and in self expression they required a different method. Du Maurier's artistic creed that everything should be drawn from nature and tables and chairs are "nature" for the artist forced him to return again and again to accessible properties which could be fitted into his scenes.
Every experienced operator has in a degree become familiar with the mechanical uses of all the agents employed, while I fear but few understand the properties, and laws governing those properties, which are so indispensable to produce an image impressed upon the silver surface. There are three substances which form the bases for producing a Daguerreotype; silver, iodine and bromine.
It would be a wonderful advantage if every scientific specialist would make out a list of the non-significant properties that he recognises in matter.