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Сторінка 405 - I often wish that this phrase, " applied science," had never been invented. For it suggests that there is a sort of scientific knowledge of direct practical use, which can be studied apart from another sort of scientific knowledge, which is of no practical utility, and which is termed
Сторінка 169 - Act shall take or use the name or title of midwife (either alone or in combination with any other word or words), or any name, title, addition, or description implying that she is certified under this Act, or is a person specially qualified to practise midwifery, or is recognised by law as a midwife, shall be liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding five pounds.
Сторінка 73 - ... the latter third of his career that the softer and lighter foods, such as well-cooked cereals, some light mixed animal and vegetable soups, and also fish, for which teeth are barely necessary, are particularly valuable and appropriate. And the man with imperfect teeth who conforms to Nature's demand for a mild, non-stimulating dietary in advanced years will mostly be blessed with a better digestion and sounder health than the man who, thanks to his artificial machinery, can eat and does eat as...
Сторінка 1074 - To inquire and report what is the effect, if any, of food derived from tuberculous animals on human health ; and, if prejudicial, what are the circumstances and conditions with regard to the tuberculosis in the animal which produce that effect upon man.
Сторінка 405 - But there is no more complete fallacy than this. What people call applied science is nothing but the application of pure science to particular classes of problems. It consists of deductions from those general principles, established by reasoning and observation, which constitute pure science. No one can safely make these deductions until he has a firm grasp of the principles ; and he can obtain that grasp only by personal experience of the operations of observation and of reasoning on which they...
Сторінка 453 - The most that can be said of it is that it was disrespectful to the horse ; but the horse was not present, and there was no horse trade on.
Сторінка 833 - The commencement of the course of Professional Study recognised by any of the Qualifying Bodies, shall not be reckoned as dating earlier than fifteen days before the date of Registration.
Сторінка 21 - Hospital, Dean of the School, Dental Hospital of London, etc. ; and JF COLYER, LRCP, MRCS, LDS, Dental Surgeon to Charing Cross Hospital and to the Dental Hospital of London. Second Edition, Revised and Enlarged by JF COLYER.
Сторінка 855 - ORDINARY MEETINGS OF THE SOCIETY. The Ordinary Meetings of the Society shall be held on the first and third Fridays in every month (except during the Christmas and Easter holidays), from November to June, both inclusive. Business shall commence at a quarter-past eight o'clock in the evening precisely, or at such other time as the Council may appoint; and then the Minutes of the preceding Ordinary...
Сторінка 860 - Register shall be eligible for election as a Member of the Association provided that he be of good character, that he does not conduct his practice by means of the exhibition of dental specimens, appliances, or apparatus in an open shop, or in a window, or in a show-case exposed to public inspection, or by means of public advertisements or circulars describing modes of practice, or patented or secret processes, or by the publication of his scale of professional charges.