200 Knitted Blocks For Afghans, Blankets and Throws by Jan Eaton

By Jan Eaton

Книга с узорами по вязанию спицами пледов, одеял, афганов. Разноцветная мозаика узоров, составленных из простых геометрических фигур. Превосходное использование остатков пряжи.

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Whoever does not know this is, as the proverbial expression goes, like a seaman who navigates out of a book. Thus he reads the books on anatomy, but he omits inspecting with his own eyes in the animal body the several things about which he is reading. And because of such folk, we say, like the supporters of Marinus, that the fifth pair of nerves goes to the auditory canal and the 'blind' canal. Similarly, in regard to the sixth pair of nerves, neither one of its two units consists of a single nerve springing from either side of the brain, but each of the two consists of three nerves which come off from three roots [glosso-pharyngeal, vagus and accessory nerves].

That which surrounds these processes is the more delicate of the two meninges of the brain, and this meninx itself lies in the middle between the two processes, passes on beyond each of them, defines its limits, and separates it clearly from the other zone. And the middle part of this delicate meninx ends opposite the portion to be found here of the thick meninx, which likewise intervenes between these two processes, together with a very thin bone [crista galli]. These are things 6 which I have repeatedly seen quite clearly.

This now should be the ending and conclusion of your work. CHAPTER 12. EXPERIMENTS IN BRAIN SURGERY. Next begin another task, in the following manner. Insert a hook into the dura mater and draw it upwards. Then first cut through the piece of it that has been raised, so that it may not make contact with the part of the brain lying beneath it. Next insert two hooks, one on each side of the first hook, from the ends of the margins of the incision; also with these two hooks draw upon the dura mater found above, and cut through the whole raised portion of it, without touching any of the underlying parts of the brain.

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