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" A nose physiognomonically good is of unspeakable weight in the balance of physiognomy : it can be outweighed by nothing whatever. It is the sum of the forehead, and the root of the underpart of the countenance. Without gentle archings, slight indentations,... "
Essays on physiognomy: for the promotion of the knowledge and the love of ... - Página 348
por Johann Caspar Lavater, Thomas Holcroft, G. Gessner - 1804
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Essays on Physiognomy: For the Promotion of the Knowledge ..., Volumen3,Tema 1

Johann Caspar Lavater, Thomas Holcroft, G. Gessner - 1804
...in as yielding a manner as possible, and that yielding as much as possible concealed. XXXVII. NOSE. A NOSE physiognomonically good is of unspeakable weight...of the countenance. Without gentle archings, slight S52 PHYSIOGNOMONICAL HULES. indentations, or conspicuous undulations, there are no noses which are...
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New physiognomy, or Signs of character, as manifested through temperament ...

Samuel Roberts Wells - 1871 - 768 páginas
...i^ysJognomieaUy good is of unspeakaV.o weight in the balance of physiognomy ; it can be outweighx-d by nothing whatever.. It is the sum of the forehead, and the mot of the under part of the countenance. Without gentle arehinirs, indvntatioMSk or conspicuous undulatk^os,...
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Essays on Physiognomy

Johann Caspar Lavater - 1878 - 507 páginas
...in as yielding a manner as possible, and that yielding as much as possible concealed. XXXVII. NOSE. A nose physiognomonically good is of unspeakable weight...of the countenance. Without gentle archings, slight indentations, or conspicuous undulations, there are no noses which are physiognomonically good, or...
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The Encyclopedia of Face and Form Reading; Or Personal Traits, Both Physical ...

Mrs. Mary Olmstead Stanton - 1903 - 1229 páginas
...such vast physiognomic importance that Lavater, speaking of it, observes that A nose physiognomically good is of unspeakable weight in the balance of physiognomy. It can be outweighed by nothing whatever.* As the reader progresses in this chapter, I opine he will be quite in accord with the above opinion...
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The Encyclopaedia of Face and Form Reading: A Complete Summary of Character ...

Mary Olmstead Stanton - 1920 - 1203 páginas
...such vast physiognomic importance that Lavater, speaking of it, observes that A nose physiognomically good is of unspeakable weight in the balance of physiognomy. It can be outweighed by nothing whatever.* As the reader progresses in this chapter, I opine he will be quite in accord with the above opinion...
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The Encyclopædia of Face and Form Reading: A Complete Summary of Character ...

Mary Olmstead Stanton - 1924 - 1203 páginas
...such vast physiognomic importance that Lavater, speaking of it, observes that A nose physiognomically good is of unspeakable weight in the balance of physiognomy. It can be outweighed by nothing whatever.* As the reader progresses in this chapter, I opine he will be quite in accord with the above opinion...
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Victorian Photography and Literary Nostalgia

Helen Groth, Lecturer Department of English Helen Groth - 2003 - 244 páginas
...argued that: 'A nose physiognomically good is of unspeakable weight in the balance of physiogn^ imy: it can be outweighed by nothing whatever. It is the...of the countenance. Without gentle archings, slight indentations, or conspicuous undulations, there are no noses which are physiognomically good, or intellectually...
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The phrenological magazine

Alfred T. story - 1881
...A nose physiognomically good, he says, is of unspeakable weight in the balance of physiognomy, and can be outweighed by nothing whatever. It is the sum of the forehead, and the root of the under part of the countenance. Without gentle archings, slight indentations, or conspicuous undulations,...
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