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" It is well known, however, that the resistance to a change, whether from a low to a high, or from a high to a low range of prices, is at first very considerable, and that there is generally a pause of greater or less duration before the turn becomes manifest... "
A Key to the Classical Pronunciation of Greek, Latin and Scripture Proper ... - Page 255
by John Walker - 1804 - 285 pages
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A Key to the Classical Pronunciation of Greek, Latin and Scripture Proper ...

John Walker - 1807 - 285 pages
...; -" ft is not denied, that the slides in speaking may sometimes leap, as it were, Irom a low to a high, or from a high to a low note ; that...the high note in the word no in the question. Did he toy No? and the low note which the same word may adopt in the aniwef, No, he did not. But the sound...
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A Key to the Classical Pronunciation of Greek, Latin and Scripture Proper ...

John Walker - 1807 - 326 pages
...the eye ; It is not denied, that the slides in speaking may Sometimes leap, as it were, from a low to a high, or from a high to a low note ; that is, that there may he a very considerable interval between the end of one of those slides and the beginning of another...
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A Key to the Classical Pronunciation of Greek, Latin, and Scripture Proper ...

John Walker - 1822 - 285 pages
...to the eye ; * It is net denied, that the slides in speaking may sometimes leap, as it were, from a low to a high, or from a high to a low note ; that a, that there may be a very considerable interval between the end of one of those slides and the be*...
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Thoughts and Details on the High and Low Prices of the Thirty Years, from ...

Thomas Tooke - 1824 - 592 pages
...would fully account for the fall ? It is well known, however, that the resistance to a change, whether from a low to a high, or from a high to a low range of prices, is at first very considerable, and that there is generally a pause of greater or less...
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The outline of a plan for bringing the Scotch and English currency to the ...

esq. Richard Moore - 1826
...would fully account for the fall ? It is well known, however, that the resistance to a change, whether from a low to a high, or from a high to a low range of prices, is at first very considerable, and that there is generally a pause of greater or less...
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A History of Prices, and of the State of the Circulation, from ..., Volume 2

Thomas Tooke, William Newmarch - 1838
...would fully account for the fall ? It is well known, however, that the resistance to a change, whether from a low to a high, or from a high to a low range of prices, is at first very considerable, and that there is generally a pause of greater or less...
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History of the Peace: Pictorial History of England During the Thirty Years ...

Harriet Martineau - 1858 - 762 pages
...much given way. ' It is well known,' as Mr Tooke observes, ' that the resistance to a change, whether from a low to a high, or from a high to a low range of prices, is at first very considerable, and that there is generally a pause of greater or less...
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History of the Peace: Being a History of England from 1816 to 1854 ..., Volume 2

Harriet Martineau - 1865
...given way. " It is well known," as Mr. Tooke observes,2 " that the resistance to a change, whether from a low to a high, or from a high to a low, range of prices, is at first very considerable, and that there is generally a pause of greater or less...
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History of the Thirty Years' Peace. A. D. 1816-1846, Volume 1

Harriet Martineau - 1877 - 536 pages
...given way. ' It is well known,' as Mr. Tooke observes, that the resistance to a change, whether from a low to a high, or from a high to a low range of {.rices, is at first very considerable, and that there is generally a pause of greater or...
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Directions for Designing, Making, and Operating High-pressure Transformers

Frank Eugene Austin - 1914 - 46 pages
...increased or decreased in magnitude; or in common engineering parlance: "stepped up" or "stepped down", from a low to a high or from a high to a low value respectively. The device employed to accomplish the stepping up or stepping down process is the...
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