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This question would l a d us into rneteomIo@cd .


cli3ctlssict1is;to which I am by no means competefit
One circumstance, however, we c m easily under-
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tries, it will probably arrive here at a temperature
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from every object it meets witb3 which,will produca
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&cts of heat, will you .inform u3 whether it i s
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liar kind o€ motion produced in bodies?