dimarts, 29 d’abril de 2014

63 plus 2 elevé a zero c'est 63 mais 63 plus 2 elevé a un c'est soixante cinq 65 plus deux au carré SIXTY NINE 69 PLUS DEUX AU CUBE SEVEN SEVEN - 77 - TRAITÉ DES MONTRES ET LA Suite du Traité des montres à longitudes, contenant: 1o. La construction des montres verticales portatives,&celle des horloges horisontales pour servir dans les plus longues traversées. 2o. La description&les épreuves des petites horloges horisontales plus simples&plus portatives. Avec planches AND PLANCHET ? NO NO PLANCHET NI PLANCHON Ó CHOCHON ...COCHON? NON VASCO DE LA GAMA NO ES DOM QUIXOTE DE LA MANCHA OU DON SAMPAYO DE LA NÓDOA,,,,

Suite du Traité des montres à longitudes, contenant: 1o. La construction des montres verticales portatives,&celle des horloges horisontales pour servir dans les plus longues traversées. 2o. La description&les épreuves des petites horloges horisontales plus simples&plus portatives. Avec deux planches

 

A Paris: De l'Imprimerie de Baudelot & Ebehart, 1797.- VIII, 116p.: il.; 26cm..- De
la mesure du temps par les horloges dans l'usage civil ou exposition des motifs qui doivent faire adopter dans
l'usage de la Mesure du Temps par les Horloges…-

 

 BERTHOUD, Ferdinand.- Traité des Montres a Longitudes, contenant la construction, la description
& tous les détails de main-d'oeuvre de ces Machines; leurs dimensions, la maniére de les éprouver, & c. SUIVI
1º Du Mémoire instructif sur le travail des Horloges & des Montres à Longitudes; 2º De la description de deux
Horloges Astronomiques. 3º De Essai sur une méthode simple de conserver le rapport des Poids & des Mesures,
& d'établir une mesure universelle & perpétuelle…- A Paris: De l'Imprimerie de Ph.- D. Pierres, 1792.- XII, 230,
20, 16, 23p. : il.; 26cm.
 A Paris: De l'Imprimerie de A. J. Baudelot & J.M. Eberhardt,
1797.-16p.; 26cm.-E O autor é considerado o inventor dos relógios de marinha que permitiam conhecer a
longitude no mar. 

Trata-se da raríssima primeira OU SEJA UM LIVRO COM POUCA GENTE QUE O COMPRASSE E MUITA GENTE A DEITÁ-LO AOS RATOS E ÀS RATAS

edição desta obra técnica de grande significado POLÍTICO E ATÉ histórico.....GERAÇÕES DE MAÇÕES PARTILHARAM LIVROS COM LEPTOSPIROSE E NEM QUINOU UM ....É MILAGRE DE FÁTIMA DE CERTEZINHA SE FOSSEM VACAS SAGRADAS NEM SOBRAVA UMA...
Exemplar magnífico, muito POUCO estimado acompanhado do raro suplemento e com as 9 gravuras desdobráveis que
lhe compete e que figuram relógios e os respectivos mecanismos, COMPRADO POR 3 CONTOS EM 1971 E ATIRADO AOS RATOS EM 1974 ONDE FICOU ATÉ 1981....A RAT BOOK ....

Todas as memórias do  volume têm paginas COM LEPTOSPIROSE POIS A URINA DE RATO ESTAVA CHEIA DE

Leptospira icterohaemorrhagiae is a thin, spiral-shaped Leptospira bacterium. Leptospires are transmitted to cattle via maintenance hosts. Maintenance hosts are a constant source of infection and typically do not show clinical signs. As silent-carrier animals, they maintain the bacteria and transmit leptospires to other animals. Transmission is efficient, with incidence of infection relatively high. Maintenance hosts can be carriers for months, years or even a lifetime.
In the case of L. icterohaemorrhagiae, the maintenance host is the rat. As such, only rats transmit the bacteria, infecting each other and other animals (cattle and pigs). Cattle are incidental hosts and do not carry the bacteria and are only infected for a short period. Once incidental hosts are removed from exposure to a maintenance host (infected rats), the disease is not perpetuated.
Leptospirosis is one of the most important and costly contributors to reproductive loss in the beef and dairy industries

 Meia-encadernação de pele DE VACCA , da época.SACRED COW'S IN BOOKS....

4 comentaris:

  1. E pagam 600 dollars pour un livre cum Leptospira?29 d’abril de 2014 a les 13:05

    c'est vraiment fou...

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    1. non non joujou c'est vraiment socrates...
      ou c'est vraiment soares ó cavacus silvanus ou....pateta dégueulasse. dans ce pays or malpais d'hollande vous accordez plus d'importance aux animaux qu'aux clochards that are not untermensch but ce ne sont pas vraiment humains n'est pas.... dans le quartier latin (Paris von socrates or von holly land van hollande), j'ai beaucoup de peur quand je sors,,,socrates pode estar a correr à esquina.....

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    2. resumindo: solarização des livres como nos Mycobacterium times29 d’abril de 2014 a les 13:13

      qualquer uma das duas ,,,,Myco...abrir solarizar abrir solarizar ou pore em estufa fria....
      meter no forno também é boa ideia...

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    3. the death of gunther grass30 d’abril de 2014 a les 13:38

      As they climbed up to Mossdale Head, the sky darkened
      continually, and gusts of rain swept in their faces. These
      increased as they neared the ridge, and they breasted it to
      see the western sky black and stormy over the rolling moors.
      They had four light plastic mackintoshes in the packs, which
      John told the women to put on. The boys would have to learn
      to contend with being wet; although the temperature was
      lower than it had been, the day was still reasonably warm.
      The rain thickened as they walked on. Within half an
      hour, men and boys were both soaked. John had crossed the
      Pennines by this route before, but only by car. There had
      been a sense of isolation about the pass even then, a feeling
      of being in a country swept of life, despite the road and the
      railway line that hugged it.
      That feeling now was more than doubly intensified. There
      were few things, John thought, so desolate as a railway line
      on which no train could be expected. And where the pattern
      of the moors seen from a moving car had been monotonous,
      the monotony to people on foot, struggling through rain
      squalls, was far greater. The moors themselves were barer, of
      course. The heather still grew, but the moorland grasses
      were gone; the outcrops of rocks jutted like teeth in the head
      of a skull.
      During the morning, they passed occasional small parties
      heading in the opposite direction. Once again, there was
      mutual suspicion and avoidance. One group of three had
      their belongings strapped on a donkey. John and the others
      stared at it with amazement. Someone presumably had kept
      it alive on dry fodder after the other beasts of burden were
      killed along with the

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