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" the form of the tooth gives that of the condyle, of the blade-bone, and of the claws, just as the equation of a curve evolves all its properties, and exactly as, in taking each property by itself as the base of a particular equation, one discovers both... "
The International Dental Journal - Page 281
1890
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volumes 50-51

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1860
...consequently each part, taken separately, indicate and gives all the others. . . . The form of the tooth gives that of the condyle, of the bladebone, and of the claws, just as the equation of a curve involves all its properties ; and exactly as, taking each property by itself as the base of a particular...
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Palaeontology Or A Systematic Summary of Extinct Animals and Their ...

Richard Owen - 1861 - 463 pages
...justified in asserting that " the form of the tooth gives that of the condyle, of the blade-bone (s), and of the claws, just as the equation of a curve...properties, so the claw, the blade-bone, the condyle, the femur, and all the other bones individually, give the teeth, or are given thereby reciprocally...
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On the Anatomy of Vertebrates ...: Fishes and reptiles

Richard Owen - 1866 - 2157 pages
...highlyorganised Carnivore are so co-ordinated as to justify CUVIER in asserting that ' the form of the tooth gives that of the condyle, of the blade-bone,...properties, so the claw, the blade-bone, the condyle, the femur, and all the other bones individually, give the teeth, or are given thereby reciprocally...
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On the anatomy of vertebrates. v.1, 1866, Volume 1

Richard Owen - 1866
...highlyorganised Carnivore are so co-ordinated as to justify CUVIEK in asserting that ' the form of the tooth gives that of the condyle, of the blade-bone,...properties, so the claw, the blade-bone, the condyle, the femur, and all the other bones individually, give the teeth, or are given thereby reciprocally...
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Stock-breeding: A Practical Treatise on the Applications of the Laws of ...

Manly Miles - 1878 - 424 pages
...highly-organized carnivora are so coordinated as to justify Cuvier in asserting that ' the form of the tooth gives that of the condyle, of the blade-bone,...properties, so the claw, the blade-bone, the condyle, the femur, and all the other bones individually, give the teeth, or are given thereby reciprocally,...
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Palaeontology, Volume 6

Richard Owen - 2003 - 420 pages
...justified in asserting that " the form of the tooth gives that of the condyle, of the blade-bone (s), and of the claws, just as the equation of a curve evolves all its properties ; and exactly as, in • Onemem Fosrilei, 4to, torn. i. (1812), p. 68. taking eacli property by itself as the base of a...
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