Professor Geddes gives a sketch of what he conceives the vast and ever-growing literature of cities will one day be.
No one could have seen Mr Geddes without pronouncing him a man of mark.
We therefore do not print a number of letters asking why there is no one named Geddes on the side.
Minister Geddes was within, and fortunately had not yet gone to bed.
President Geddes, Secretary Jocelyn, and others spoke well and rather briefly.
Geddes named them Philozoon, and showed experimentally that they give out oxygen under the influence of sunlight (compare 90).
Professor Geddes relies on the changes in the soil and climate to account for the origin of spines in plants.
Let us recur to our Geddes and Thomson, and at once we have the key.
But a young friend of mine was with Mr. Geddes at the time this violent procedure took place, and he has not since been heard of.
Prof. Geddes decides that the City may be taken "as the integrate of study."