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The Zimbabwe Culture: Ruins and Reactions
IT is believed that Miss Caton-Thompson's admirable survey of this problem will finally lay to rest a controversy which has now continued for more than thirty years; in fact, it may be flippantlyExpand
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Photographic Surveying
THIS book has been written as an introduction to the subject for those who may be concerned with photogrammetry, either from the aspect of flying and photography or as engineers who wish to make useExpand
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Myths and Legends of the Bantu
DR. WERNER is best known in the field of African philology, for her knowledge of Bantu tongues is probably unique, and beyond doubt these acquirements have greatly facilitated her researches into theExpand
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The British Empire Exhibition: Exhibition of Pure Science Arranged by the Royal Society.-II
THE physics section of the Royal Society's exhibition comprises apparatus illustrating the most important modern work on the structure of matter and the nature of electricity and on the various partsExpand
(1) Patents, Trade Marks and Designs: their Commercial Aspect and Development (2) British Patents and Designs Statutes as Amended and Consolidated to 1932
Abstract(1) THIS book is remarkable, and probably unique, for its admirable advice on the business details connected with the exploitation of inventions from the point of view of the inventor. ItExpand
The Handicap of Deafness
THIS book contains a unique record of experience in a particularly arduous field of social science, and is likely indeed to fulfil the aims of its authors to provide a working source of informationExpand
Exhibition of Physical Apparatus
TIMES have changed since Lord Bacon had to complain that “the mechanic, little solicitous about the investigation of truth, neither directs his attention nor applies his hand to anything that is notExpand
The Physical and Optical Societies' Exhibition
THE fourteenth annual exhibition of electrical, optical and other physical apparatus was held by the Physical Society of London and the Optical Society on January 2 and 3 at the Imperial College ofExpand
The New Acoustics1
RAYLEIGH'S “Theory of Sound,” published more than fifty years ago, may be taken as represent ing the whole range of the physical acoustics of that period, and the much-enlarged second edition, pubExpand
Ethnological Survey of a South African Tribe.
IN her able introduction to this work, Mrs. Hoernle points out with regret that no adequate monograph on any of the South African tribes has been written during all the years in which black and whiteExpand