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" I think, then, that we cannot escape from the reasons to believe that we lose in England and Wales every year, in consequence of sickness, 20,000,000 of weeks' work ; or, say, as much work as 20,000,000 of healthy people would do in a week. "The number... "
Nature - Stran 184
uredili: - 1884
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The Boston Medical and Surgical Journal Vol. CXI

George B. Shattuck, M.D. and Abner Post, M.D. - 1884
...health, apart from and in addition to the cases of death. We make room for the following extracts : — " I think, then, that we cannot escape from the reasons...and Wales, every year, in consequence of sickness, '¿0,000,000 of weeks' work; or, say, as much work as 20,000,000 of healthy people would do in a week....
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The Popular Science Monthly, Količina 25

1884
...also in the societies, the average is more than nine days in the year. I think, then, that we can not escape from the reasons to believe that we lose in...every year, in consequence of sickness, 20,000,000 weeks' work ; or, say, as much work as 20,000,000 healthy people would do in a week. The number is...
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The Journal of Science, Količina 21

1884
...putrefaction, according as it takes place in the open air or under pressure. Sir James Paget states that we lose in England and Wales every year, in consequence of sickness, " as much work as twenty millions of healthy people could do in a week." But considering the over-crowding...
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The Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology ..., Količina 21

James Samuelson, Sir William Crookes - 1884
...putrefaction, according. as it takes place in the open air or under pressure. . Sir James Paget states that we lose in England and Wales every year, in consequence of sickness, " as much wofk as twenty millions of healthy people could do in a week." But considering the over-crowding...
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Gaillard's Medical Journal and the American Medical Weekly, Količine 38–39

1884
...of the losses arising from ill health, apart from and in addition to the cases of death. He said : " I think, then, that we cannot escape from the reasons...equal to about onefortieth part of the work done in each year by the whole population between fifteen and sixty-five years old. Or, try to think of it...
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The Local preacher's treasury, ed. by J. Bate, 2. izdaja

John Bate - 1885
...Wales every year by i means of sickness, zo.coo.coo weeks' work, or say as much work as 2o,ooo,coc healthy people would do in a week. The number is not...equal to about one-fortieth part of the work done in each year by the whole population between fifteen and sixty-five years of age. 30/- WORTH OF BOOKS,...
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Memoirs and Letters of Sir James Paget

Sir James Paget - 1903 - 465 strani
...•737 •995 2-736 All ages from 15-65 . 7,875,874 9.692,505 1-814 2. FEMALES. • I think,' he says, ' that we cannot escape from the reasons to believe...20,000,000 of healthy people would do in a week.' He does not stop to consider that much of this work, and of the payment of it, is not really lost,...
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Physical Education

Dudley Allen Sargent - 1906 - 311 strani
...the International Health Exhibition in London a few years ago, made the following statement: "I think that we cannot escape from the reasons to believe...and Wales, every year, in consequence of sickness, twenty million weeks' work ; or, say, as much work as twenty million healthy people would do in a week."...
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The Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, Količina 111

1884
...health, apart from and in addition to the cases of death. We make room for the following extracts : — " I think, then, that we cannot escape from the reasons...20,000,000 of weeks' work ; or, say, as much work as '¿0,000,000 of healthy people would do in a week. "The number is not easily grasped by the mind. It...
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Gaillard's Medical Journal, Količina 38

1884
...of the losses arising from ill health, apart from and in addition to the cases of death. He said : " I think, then, that we cannot escape from the reasons...equal to about onefortieth part of the work done in each year by- the whole population between fifteen and sixty-five years old. Or, try to think of it...
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