The character k is also used to indicate the rough aspirates or fricatives of some of the Oriental Ifljiguages, as of kh in the word Khan. This effect is approximately produced by attempting to pronounce 'onion* without touching the tip of the tongue to the roof of the mouth. The river furnishes abun- dant water-power, to which is due the great lumber trade of the city. Its exports con- , sist of eggs, com, wine, brandy, etc., and it is the entrepot for the produce of the district. In 1873 a school of artillery was established in Calais. An Anglicized form of a European name for certain squids, given in allusion to the feather-pen-like internal shell, often called a calamary. Among his numerous works are engravings of Ary Scheflfer's "Francesca da Rimini;" "La Gio- conda," after Leonardo da Vinci; a portrait of George Sand, from life; and the "Madonna della Sedia" of Raphael.

It resembles the sound of h in hue, or ^ in yet ; or the sound made by beginning to pronounce a k, but not completing the stoppage of the breath. If ** " the French bon, Bourbon, and m in the French Etampes; where it is equiva- lent to a nasalizing of the preceding * vowel. When the pronunciation is sufficiently shown by indicating the accented syllables, this is done without respelling: as in the case of very common Enpflish words, and words which are so spelled as to insure their correct pronunciation if they are correctly accented. Digitized by Google A PARTIAL LIST OF THE LEADING ARTICLES IN VOLUME IV. They are closely allied to the Oolocasias, which, in addition to being highly ornamental bedding plants, furnish the Taro (q.v.) of ^e Pacific islands. The most northeasterly seaport in the United States, it is the terminus of the Saint Croix and Penob- scot Railroad, and has railroad communication also by the Canadian Pacific through Saint Stephen, with which it is connected by an in- ternational bridge. On the south and east, low, marshy grounds, which can be laid under water for the defense of Digitized by Google CALABASH. Calais sends numerous boats to the herring and cod fisheries on the coasts of JScotland and Iceland. He is best known, perhaps, by the engraving of the head of Napoleon.

Of mineral products, Calabria yields marble, alabaster, gypsum, salt, and some copper. (745-28), Sargon (722-05), Esar- haddon (681-68), and Ashar-itil-ilani-ukin (626- ? The largest zikkurat was 167 feet square and 140 feet high, and had seven stages. ing a number of reigns Calah was the residence of the Court, but in population it probably never equaled Nineveh, or even Ashur. The town, adjacent country, and port are commanded by the citadel, which is situated at the west end of the town, while seven forts, by their cross-fire, defend the weakest points.

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It has survived long enough for the copyright to expire and the book to enter the public domain. Also for 6, oe, in German, as in GSthe, Goethe, Ortel, Oertel, and for eu and oeu in French, as in Neufchfttel, Cr^vecc Bur; to which it is the nearest English ' vowel sound. He was one of the best landscape painters of his day, and the best de- picter of Alpine scenery. The name was originally applied to mineral zinc carbcmate, but this is now known as amiihaonite, while calamine is restricted ex- clusively to the silicate.

Copyright infringement liability can be quite severe. PROFESSOR IN COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY FRANK MOORE COLBY, M. LATE PROFESSOR OF ECONOMICS IK NKW YORK UNIVERSITY VOLUME IV NEW YORK DODD, MEAD AND COMPANY 1906 Digitized by Google Copyright, 190t, 2904, ^906, 1906 By Dodd, Mbad and Company AU rights reserved Prbsswork by Trb Uirrmtsmr Pkbss, Cambkidgs, U. Passing across this horizontal row, add obliquely the two rows of corresponding digits, writing the results in each case as the digits of first partial product.

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Please do not assume that a book's appearance in Google Book Search means it can be used in any manner anywhere in the world. In this rod find the right-hand figure of the multiplier, which in this case is 7. The name Calabria, as applied to the district now known by that name, appears to have orig- inated with the Byzantines some time prior to the conquest of the country by the Normans. The town has a brisk trade in local agricultural products. Calahorra occupies the site of the ancient Calagurris, celebrated in classic history for the obstinate but unsuccess- ful resistance it offered (b.c. FRUIT OF CALABASH jfifil P'^'^®*^ "^V ^^^^^X '^^ 2. CATALPA OR INDIAN BEAN TREE (Catalpa b Ig V LIbani). The chief manufactures are bobbin- net (tulle), machine-made lace, hosiery, etc. In Roman times the name Calabria was given to the southeastern peninsula of Italy, nearly corresponding to the modem Province of Lecce, no portion of which is included in modem Cala- bria, which answers to the ancient Bruttium. It is the seat of a bishopric, and the cathedral is the principal building. It has become a manufacturing town of some im- portance.Refrain from automated querying Do not send automated queries of any sort to Google's system: If you are conducting research on machine translation, optical character recognition or other areas where access to a large amount of text is helpful, please contact us. 276 Cassowaries, etc 292 164884 Digitized by Google IV FAcme P40B Cats 312 Cats, Wild 314 Catfish 830 Cattle, Dairy 348 Cattle, Wild. 366 Cavies, etc 384 Cedars of Lebanon 390 Cellini, Bexvenuto ("Perseus") 402 Cephalofods 430 Cephalopods 432 Chamonix 476 Chaucer, Geoffrey 544 Chestnut 698 Chicago 606 Chicago 608 Cinchona 746 Digitized by Google KEY TO PRONUNCIATION. Later these counters bore numbers, and were at- tached to rods, disks, or cylinders, which could be moved so as to indicate the desired results.We encourage the use of public domain materials for these purposes and may be able to help. COLORED PLATES Fj Lonra Paob Caufobkia Flora 34 Califobnia Shrubs 86 Cakid^-t-Boo Fami Ii Y 188 Cbreals 484 Chrysanthemums. 720 Citrus Fruits 772 Clams and Edible Mussels 800 MAPS California 32 Canada 106 Cape Colony 164 Central America 422 Chicago . 610 Chicago 612 Chile 624 China 640 Cincinnati 748 Civil War 70 ENGRAVINGS Calabash, etc 6 Camels and Llamas 78 Camellia, etc 80 Canal 126 Canary Birds 130 Canterbury Cathedral 154 Caravaggio ("The Entombment of Christ'') 188 Carlyle,. ^ 240 Casa Grande and Cliff Dwellings (American Prehistoric Dwellings) . A notable example of this type is the set of rods invented by Napier and known as virguls; or, popularly, as Napier's rods or bones.Usage guidelines Google is proud to partner with libraries to digitize public domain materials and make them widely accessible. The ordinary swan-pan consists of a frame divided into two sections, holding several paral- lel rods, each containing several movable beads.