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2. manner in which the sails
catch the wind, v. 184.
natural divination depends on the
nature of the subject, v. 187.
of winds which spring from the
earth, v. 160—162.
generated in two ways, v. 160.
their origin explained, ib.
by compression, as in valleys and in
streets, v. 165.
storms, typhoons, whirlwinds, ib.
the Sirocco, ib.
v. 141, 142, 167–172.
cients, v. 167.
v. 141, 167, 168.
height of, v. 172.
duration of, v. 173.
when the wind shifts according to
the motion of the sun, v. 173.
whether there is a cycle of winds, ib.
first impulse of, v. 174, 175.
up storms, ib.
sails and rigging of a ship de.
scribed, v. 179-181.
pass winds are available, v.
from the clouds, v. 191, 192.
the sea, v. 193.
from the sound of bells, ib.
bellows and fans, v. 195.
of some metals, v. 196.
winds, v. 196—198. See North,
South, East, and West Winds. Venti.
history of, proposed, iv. 269.
superior to eloquence, iv. 454.
two kinds of, v. 53.
being the effect of imagination, ii.
Witchcraft defined, iii. 490.
the height of idolatry, ib.
658. See Maleficiating.
and against, iv. 491.
cold climates, iv. 462.
his head will scare away vermin, ib.
broken off and losing itself, ii, 218.
the child of Rarity, iv. 171.
infusions of divers woods commended to
give firmness to the blood, v. 290.
salamander's, ii. 591.
derstanding, iii. 396 ; iv. 61, 62.
commends the Persian children's nurture,
ad Falinum, i. 478, 479.
Yawning excited by imitation, ii. 439.
danger of picking the ear during, ii. 553.
importance of culture of the mind in, iii.
how far to be trusted, iii. 457, 458.
not, iv. 442.
measure of, produced poesy, iv. 443.
tween, displayed in the creation, ii. 296.
man the image of, ib.
tallic bodies, ii. 626.
those with iron, why, ii. 595.
which made them, ii. 670.
by the ordinary alphabet, iv. 444.
by cipher, iv. 444–447.
antitheses for and against, iv. 473.
in mind, v. 319, 320.
Zeno, his controversies with the Epicureans
concerning the nature of good, iii. 422.
iii. 54 ; v. 27.
Zodiac, pole of it and of the world the same,
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