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- Grafía obsoleta de condense
- 1744, John Claridge, The Shepherd of Banbury’s Rules to Judge of the Changes of the Weather, Ground on Forty Years of Experience, página №. 41:
- But the ſureſt and moſt certain Sign is take from Bees, which are more incommoded by Rain than almoſt any other Creatures, and therefor as ſoon as the Air begins to grow heavy, and the Vapours to condence, they will not fly from their Hives, but either reamin in them all Day, or elſe fly but to a ſmall Diſtance.