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Because in their miraculous, naturalistic images of crops and the human physique, Leonhart Fuchs’s De historia stirpium and Andreas Vesalius’s De humani corporis fabrica are landmark guides within the historical past of the published e-book. yet as Picturing the publication of Nature makes transparent, they do greater than endure witness to the advance of e-book publishing in the course of the Renaissance and to the prominence attained by means of the fields of scientific botany and anatomy in eu medication. Sachiko Kusukawa examines those texts, in addition to Conrad Gessner’s unpublished Historia plantarum, and demonstrates how their illustrations have been imperative to the emergence of a brand new form of argument in this period—a visible argument for the medical learn of nature.
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7 Tie a total of four square knots after the last bead placed in step 6. 8 Cut the excess thick cords about 1/8 inch (3 mm) from the last knot and use the heat from a flame (or invest in a batterypowered Thread Zapper) to melt the ends of the nylon cord. The nylon cord will shrink back as it melts and attach to the nylon cord around it, creating a neatly sealed knot. 9 Now is a good time to measure the length of your bracelet to determine how long the slide closure should be. The length so far will be determined by 1 2 3 4 Make 3 more square knots for a total of 4.
Remaining hole of the last coral bead c. 1 small gold bead 9 Form a closed loop at the end. 10 Pass a jump ring through the two loops at one end of the necklace. 11 Pass a jump ring with a lobster clasp through the two loops at the other end of the necklace. 12/26/12 4:45 PM 30 C R E A T I V E B E A D E D J E W E L R Y All you do is… 1 Cut a length of memory wire 5 rings long. 2 Form a closed loop at one end of the memory wire. 3 Fill all 5 rings of memory wire with silver seed beads. Silver & Jet Ring This ring is a salute to the many ways cool silver and black stone have been combined in Asian jewelry.
Bring the outer strands around the bead and tie a square knot below the bead. 5 Thread on a porcelain bead. Bring the outer strands around the bead and tie a square knot. 6 Thread on a pewter spacer bead. Bring the outer strands around the bead and tie 3 square knots. 3 With two of the strands of cord, repeatedly tie a half square knot (see page 49) around the third (center) strand for 4 inches (8 cm). This will spiral around. 7 Thread on a bead cap, a porcelain bead, and another bead cap. Bring the outer strands around the bead and tie 3 square knots.