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" It is nevertheless apparent, even from observing only the expression of countenance, the complexion, and the gait, that the functions of the stomach and the heart are greatly impaired, even in those who consider themselves well. We see no plump and rosy... "
Journal of the Franklin Institute - Page 416
1831
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The Effects of the Principal Arts, Trades, and Professions, and of Civic ...

Charles Turner Thackrah - Hazardous occupations - 1831 - 180 pages
...state their liability to pains of the chest; but the majority make no complaint. It is nevertheless apparent, even from observing only the expression...measurements presented 33 to 34 inches, while that of other artizans is about 36. The capacity of the lungs, t as evinced by measuring the * As these sheets pass...
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The Literary Gazette: A Weekly Journal of Literature, Science, and the Fine Arts

William Jerdan, William Ring Workman, Frederick Arnold, John Morley, Charles Wycliffe Goodwin - 1831
...not In it that the essential principle, stilt let* the eiclmlve principle, of the drcuJ»ua» re&ida. consider themselves well. We see no plump and rosy...presented 33 to 34 inches, while that of other artisans is nliout 36. The capacity of the lungs, ai evinced by measuring the air thrown out at an expiration,...
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The Effects of Arts, Trades, and Professions: And of Civic States and Habits ...

Charles Turner Thackrah - Hygiene - 1832 - 238 pages
...the chest ; but the majority make no complaint. It is nevertheless apparent, even from observE ing only the expression of countenance, the complexion,...tailors ; none of fine form and strong muscle.* The sensibility of the right fore-finger is sometimes greatly reduced, and sometimes the right brachial...
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The Year Book of Daily Recreation and Information

William Hone - Days - 1832 - 1643 pages
...stomach complaints and consumption. Jt is apparent, from their expression of countenance, complexion, and gait, that the functions of the stomach and the heart...strong muscle. The spine is generally curved. The prejudicial influence of their employment is inure insidious than urgent — it undermines rather than...
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The Means of Promoting and Preserving Health

Thomas Hodgkin - Health - 1841 - 480 pages
...chest; but the majority make no complaint. It is nevertheless apparent, even from observing only tbe expression of countenance, the complexion, and the...rosy tailors ; none of fine form and strong muscle Tbe spine is generally curved. The reduction in the circumference of the chest is not so much as we...
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A Popular Cyclopedia of Modern Domestic Medicine ...

Keith Imray - Medicine, Popular - 1849 - 855 pages
...state their liability to pains of the chest ; but the majority make no complaint. It is, nevertheless, apparent, even from observing only the expression...strong muscle. The spine is generally curved. The tailor now sits cross-legged on a board ; because, in the ordinary sitting posture, he could not hold...
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