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"Act of justice" is a book by Burrus M. Carnahan.
- also known as "Act of justice: Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation and the law of war"
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An Explanatory Dictionary of the Apparatus and Instruments Employed in ... Philosophical and Experimental Chemistry (1824)
by [Anonymus AC09811521]
Yet, owing to a combination of circumstances this elegant instrument has only been partially and reluctantly admitted; and the philosophic world has still to discharge an act of justice to Professor Leslie, by receiving it into the favour and distinction which it so well deserves. Some, indeed, affecting to display superior sagacity, have taken the trouble to remark that it was only a species of thermometer; and not strictly a photometer, since it measures heat, and not light. But what does the ...
And of the Islands in the British Seas by Nicholas Carlisle
It is noted for an insolent act of Justice done by ...
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