measuring string the tape measure that schoolteacher uses to study black bodies

Measuring string the tape measure that schoolteacher uses to study black bodies

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measuring string  the tape measure that schoolteacher uses to study black bodies. According to the  pseudo-sciences of phrenology and physiognomy, which were popular in the mid-1800s, the shape  of the head and body revealed human character, intelligence, and capabilities. mint sprig  a piece of an aromatic plant whose leaves are used for flavoring and in medicine; a  natural breath freshener. molly apple  the wild fruit of a perennial woodland plant of the barberry family, with shield-shaped  leaves and a single, large, white, cuplike flower. moss rose  a fleshy annual plant of the purslane family, usually with yellow, pink, or purple flowers. mouth harp  a primitive monotonal metal musical instrument that is held by the lips and vibrated  against the teeth. myrtle  a plant with evergreen leaves, white or pinkish flowers, and dark, fragrant berries.
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2011 for the course ENG 1320 taught by Professor Bost during the Fall '09 term at Texas State.

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