fourth part

  1. one of four equal parts
    a quarter of a pound
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  • Yet, at the very same time, it has already appeared from your argument that twelve hundred thousand will command only one barouche; that is, a barouche will at one and the same time be worth twelve hundred thousand besoms, and worth only one fourth part of that quantity. Memorials and Other Papers — Volume 2
  • The fourth part deeply analyzes relationship of labor productivity and employment during the transformation period by the way of empirical analysis and one-dimensional linear Recursive Analysis.
  • Another method of defining the Sylvian point is to divide the distance between the nasion and inion into four equal parts; from the junction of the third and fourth parts (reckoning from the front) draw a line to the frontozygomatic suture; from the junction of the first and second parts a line to the auricular point. XII. Surface Anatomy and Surface Markings. 2. Surface Markings of Special Regions of the Head and Neck
  • The fourth part of this book discusses hematology and transfusion medicine.
  • The 2004 Athens Olympics was Denmark's twenty-fourth participation of the Summer Olympics.
  • The word tetrarch properly denotes one who presides over a fourth part of a country or province; but it also came to be a general title, denoting one who reigned over any part -- a, third, a half, &c. In this case Herod had a third of the dominions of his father, but he was called tetrarch. Barnes New Testament Notes
  • The fourth part of this book discusses hematology and transfusion medicine.
  • The fourth part is theevaluation about physics creation consciousness and creation ability.
  • The fourth part puts forward author's several proposals by profiting some characteristics from the Song Dynasty law test , also by unifying our country official test and the unified judicial test.
  • a legitimate portion, a fourth part, had been reserved for the children, they were entitled to institute an action or complaint of _inofficious_ testament; to suppose that their father's understanding was impaired by sickness or age; and respectfully to appeal from his rigorous sentence to the deliberate wisdom of the magistrate. History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire — Volume 4
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