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Fullerton mentions a girl of thirteen who had occasional oozing of blood from her brow, face, and the skin under the eyes.
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The Chief Works of Spinoza_ has been given by Elwes, 1883-84; a translation of the _Ethics_ by White, 1883; and one of selections from the _Ethics_, with notes, by Fullerton in Sneath's Modern Philosophers, 1892.
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The address he had given Paula was the one he gave every one else, his father's house out on the northwest side, just off Fullerton Avenue.
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He didn't know it was Sunday-having attributed the peacefulness he found pervading Fullerton Avenue to his own good conscience, a purely subjective phenomenon-until in the parlor of his father's house the sight of his brother Ben at the piano playing a soundless tune upon the tops of the keys, brought it home to him.
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From town that day, Mary having driven her in for more fittings and photographers, Paula telephoned to the Fullerton Avenue house and later told Mary in an acutely dissatisfied manner that she had got simply nowhere with the person with whom she had talked.
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So Mary, rather glad of the errand, though convinced of its futility so far as Paula's designs were concerned, drove out to the Fullerton Avenue house and presently found herself in a small neat parlor talking to a neat old lady who was not, perhaps, as old as she looked, about Anthony March.
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To proceed immediately to concrete examples, cast a glance at the belief in 'free will,' demolished with such specious persuasiveness recently by the skilful hand of Professor Fullerton.
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His own team had given up the ghost long ago, and a treacherous Kogmollock from the Roes Welcome had stolen the Englishman's outfit in the last lap of their race down from Fullerton's Point.
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A Commission was accordingly appointed, composed as follows: Dr. William Pepper, Dr. Joseph Leidy, Dr. George A. Koenig, Professor Robert Ellis Thompson, Professor George S. Fullerton and Dr. Horace Howard Furness; to whom were afterwards added Mr. Coleman Sellers, Dr. James W. White, Dr. Calvin B. Knerr and Dr. S. Weir Mitchell.
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We desire to call especial attention to Professor Fullerton's Report in the Appendix of his interviews with Professors Fechner, Scheibner and Weber, the surviving colleagues of Professor Zoellner in his experiments with Dr. Henry Slade.
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WILLIAM PEPPER, JOSEPH LEIDY, GEORGE A. KOENIG, GEORGE S. FULLERTON, ROBT.
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The Commission met at 508 S. 16th Street, at 8 P.M. Present: Dr. Leidy, Professor Koenig, Mr. Furness, Mr. Fullerton and Mr. Hazard.
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The Commission met on Wednesday, March 26th, at 7.30 P.M., at 1117 Callowhill Street. Present: Dr. Leidy, Mr. Furness, Mr. Fullerton and Mr. T.R. Hazard.
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Mr. Fullerton asked a question as requested, but received no answer from the Spirits.
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He (the Medium) made convulsive motions, trembled, etc., and while in this state predicted that Mr. Fullerton would receive a very pleasing letter on Saturday next-said that he should come to the Medium for advice.
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Mr. Furness was touched on the cheek and on his ear-trumpet and Mr. Fullerton was struck on the head by a paper thrown from the other side of the table, and touched once on the back of his left hand by what felt like human fingers.
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On Thursday evening, April 17th, 1884, a sitting was held by Mrs. Patterson with Dr. Koenig, Mr. Fullerton and Mr. Hazard.
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There were present Dr. Pepper, Mr. Furness, Professor Thompson and Mr. Fullerton.
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Pepper and Mrs. Pepper, Dr. Leidy, Dr. Koenig, Prof. Thompson, Mr. Furness, Mr. George S. Pepper, Miss Logan, Mr. Fullerton, Mr. Coleman Sellers, and the Medium, Mrs. Margaret Fox Kane, who was the guest of Mr. Furness at the time.
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Leidy, Mr. Furness, Dr. Koenig, Mr. Fullerton, Mr. Coleman Sellers, and by invitation of the Committee, Mr. Geo.
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Examples of Fullerton

Example #1
Diffuse lipoma, occurring in the neck, often gives the patient a grotesque and peculiar appearance.
Example #2
Sometimes a pound of clots was found about her face and pillow.
Example #3
In the United States the Scottish philosophy has exercised a wide influence.
Example #4
We shall consider Spinoza's system as a completed whole as it is given in the _Ethics_; for although it is interesting for the investigator to trace out the development of his thinking by comparing this chief work with its forerunner (that _Tractatus Brevis_ "concerning God, man, and the happiness of the latter," whose dialogistical portions we may surmise to have been the earliest sketch of the Spinozistic position, and which was followed by the _Tractatus de Intellectus Emendatione_) such a procedure is not equally valuable for the student.
Example #5
This room, in a sense seldom attained, was his own.
Example #6
Not even his family knew where it was, nor, more than vaguely, of its existence.