A Cavalier History of Surrealism

Author's Note Commissioned in 1970 by a French publisher who planned to issue a series intended for high-school pupils this Histoire dsinvolte du surralisme was written in a couple of weeks under the pressure of a contractual deadline The fact that the original bearer of the name chosen as a pseudonym "Jules-Franois Dupuis" was the janitor of the building where Lautramont died

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A treatise on chemistry

Nitric acid had in his belief a great power of combining with phlogiston forming with it red fumes he found that when he heated nitre in a retort over a charcoal fire with oil of vitriol he obtained in addition to a fuming acid a colourless air which supported combustion much better than common air

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The Samsara Project (David Burgess)

The tape used to bind the victim is still there fibres from their clothes have been found on the body Hairs not matching the victim have been found The rock used initially to render the victim unconscious has been found There's sweat from the attacker on the victims clothes

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History of Photography Flashcards

-gallic acid used to develop the image on the paper printing through a paper negative and inevitably the grain of paper fibers also were transferred to the image - not nearly as popular as the daguerrotype because they lacked the fine details of the metal-plate-based process

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How they made paint in 1881

Ink which is blue when first used (Stark's Stephens's Arnold's) contains sulphate of indigo or soluble Prussian blue It is an ink which is a true solution and not merely a suspended precipitate The same is true of Runge's Chrome Ink Marking Ink containing nitrate of silver are not indelible they may be removed by cyanide of potassium

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Dyes and pigments

The urine-vat is rarely used now whilst the fermentation method is common in the East Woad was more commonly used in Western Europe as it grew widely in the region The young leaves were milled to a pulp made into balls and dried for a few weeks after which the mass was powdered and left to ferment with water until a dark colour was produced after which it was put into barrels for storage

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The Tastes of Wine: Towards a Cultural History

A late 16 th century practical treatise on making things like ink and wine cautioned those charged with producing or purchasing wine to taste under the right climatic circumstances to have their palates in the proper condition and to be wary of the tricks sellers use to pass off unsound or poor wine as good new as old wine from a mediocre region for wine from the best places

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ROUMANIA PAST AND PRESENT

Indeed the question of Danubian navigation has been for some time past recognised as one of European importance and after the Crimean war when the great Powers took away from Russia a small portion of Bessarabia abutting upon the embouchures of the Danube an International Commission vas appointed consisting of representatives of those Powers and of Roumania whose duty it was to

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Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania

) Green vitriol or sulphate of iron a green crystalline substance of an astringent taste used in making ink in dyeing black as a tonic in medicine etc It is made on a large scale by the oxidation of iron pyrites Called also ferrous sulphate Copperhead (n

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UFDC Home

his wounded spirits that are wearied of cells of thin walls containing for giiie-making are the paring of hides green fOOl for stock small pieces food for plants but ratter carbonic acid gas the product of fer- and skins fiom tanneries and slaughterhouse anieal in action All soils posaea ground should 1

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Mehalah

IV — RED HALL THE rent-paying day was bright and breezy The tide was up in the morning and Mehalah and her mother in a boat with sail and jib and spritsail flew before a north-east wind down the Mersea Channel and doubling Sunken Island entered the creek which leads to Salcot and Virley two villages divided only by a tidal stream and connected by a bridge

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The 7 C's Of A Firm Foundation

Researchers used the most current and accepted techniques had them analyzed by several unbiased commercial labs that knew nothing of the source rocks The one on the top repeatedly dated older (by 270 million years up to a billion years) than the one on the bottom That's impossible Once again the results call into question the technique

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Irvine Unified School District

answer in terms of the model use permutations and combinations to compute probabilities of compound events and solve problems use probabilities to make fair decisions and analyze decisions and strategies using probability concepts Enhanced Math II will also include added standards to circles as well as added standards for

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Selected Formulary Book On Inks Paints Lacquers

The question of the time that the ink takes to dry on the paper is a very important one especially with ink used for printing newspapers which are folded and piled at one operation If then the ink does not dry very quickly the whole impression smudges and "sets off"

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ROUMANIA PAST AND PRESENT

Indeed the question of Danubian navigation has been for some time past recognised as one of European importance and after the Crimean war when the great Powers took away from Russia a small portion of Bessarabia abutting upon the embouchures of the Danube an International Commission vas appointed consisting of representatives of those Powers and of Roumania whose duty it was to

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Fermention Technology

SSF Itaconic acid and gallic acid can also be so produced For citric acid Aspergillus niger is grown on moistened wheat or rice bran at pH 4 0-5 0 at 28C for about a week Citric acid from the fermented solids is then leached using hot water and the extract so obtained

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False News Trial

The same kind of ink has been used in making the handwriting of letters and postcards dating from 1941 until 1942 in making the notice-book containing the narrative dealing with the backyard-house and in making the loose letter manuscripts and the diaries Also the same non-fluorescent quality of paper is the same in all those writings

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