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This is proved by making sections in various directions, and by finding that in some instances as much as two-thirds of the wing may be lopped off without materially impairing the power of flight."
The statements here advanced are borne out by the fact that the wings of insects, bats and birds may be materially reduced without impairing their powers of flight.
In the first place the lay authorities often rendered elections uncanonical by interfering in behalf of some favourite, thereby impairing the freedom of the electors.
A reduction of $1,000,000 to $1,500,000, without impairing the service, has been a not unusual result of their deliberations.
Fourthly, domestic and business energy conservation programs are very attractive as they reduce energy demand without impairing standard of living.