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" ... alteration in the air. The sun, at noon, looked as blank as a clouded moon, and shed a rustcoloured ferruginous light on the ground, and floors of . rooms ; but was particularly lurid and blood-coloured at rising and setting. All the time the heat... "
The Natural History of Selborne: With A Naturalist's Calendar & Additional ... - Сторінка 284
автори: Gilbert White - 1887 - 366 стор.
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The New Catastrophism: The Importance of the Rare Event in Geological History

Derek Ager, Derek Victor Ager - 1995 - 231 стор.
...ground, and floors of rooms; but was particularly lurid and blood-coloured at rising and setting. . . . The country people began to look with a superstitious awe at the red, louring aspect of the sun; and indeed there was reason for the most enlightened person to be apprehensive....
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The Role of the Sun in Climate Change

Douglas V. Hoyt, Kenneth H. Schatten - 1997 - 288 стор.
...rooms; but was perfectly lurid and blood-coloured at rising and setting. All this time the heat was so intense that butchers' meat could hardly be eaten...began to look with a superstitious awe, at the red, louring aspect of the Sun; and indeed there was reason for the most enlightened person to be apprehensive;...
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Volcanoes in Human History: The Far-reaching Effects of Major Eruptions

Jelle Zeilinga de Boer, Donald Theodore Sanders - 2002 - 295 стор.
...clouded moon, and shed a rustcoloured ferruginous light on the ground. . . . All the time the heat was so intense that butchers' meat could hardly be eaten on the day after it was killed . . . and indeed there was reason for the most enlightened person to be apprehensive.9 The apparent contradiction...
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Nature, Том 29

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1884
...time the heat was so intense that butchers' meat could hardly be eaten the day after it was hilled, and the flies swarmed so in the lanes and hedges that...rendered the horses half frantic, and riding irksome." May not the present May-like weather be due to a like cause ? iweet violets, primroses, wallflowers,...
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