Origin of thermic
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The irritation may be by mechanical, chemical, or thermic agencies.
There is indeed a resemblance to thermic fever as regards certain important symptoms.
In fact, no one had continued the trials of an elongated balloon driven by a thermic motor begun by Henry Giffard.My Airships
Chromatic sensitiveness to this author is only a special case of thermic sensitiveness limited to the retina.
As to the Thermic Sense, I use a set of little metal bowls, which are filled with water at different degrees of temperature.The Montessori Method