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" Then weren't we proud ! Our copy used to be so clean and beautiful that we hung it up on exhibition ; and our manager used to come and gaze at it silently, with a puzzled expression. Then he would depart, shaking his head in a troubled sort of way. He... "
The Story of Thomas A. Edison - Page 51
by Inez Nellie Canfield McFee - 1922 - 182 pages
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 80

Henry Mills Alden, Thomas Bucklin Wells, Frederick Lewis Allen, Lee Foster Hartman - Literary Criticism - 1890
...rate of forty words a minute, and we would grind them out of the other at the rate of twenty- five. Then weren't we proud ! Our copy used to be so clean...and gaze at it silently, with a puzzled expression. Then he would depart, shaking his head in a troubled sort of way. He could not understand it; neither...
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Inventors at Work: With Chapters on Discovery

George Iles - Inventions - 1906 - 503 pages
...words a minute, and we would grind them out of the other at the rate of twenty-five. Then were n't we proud ! Our copy used to be so clean and beautiful...and gaze at it silently, with 'a puzzled expression. Then he would depart, shaking his head in a troubled sort of way. He could not understand it ; neither...
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Historic Inventions

Rupert Sargent Holland - Inventions - 1911 - 295 pages
...transmitted to us through the other instrument at any desired rate of speed. They would come in on one instrument at the rate of forty words a minute,...at the rate of twenty-five. Then weren't we proud 1 Our copy used to be so clean and beautiful that we hung it up on exhibition ; and our manager used...
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 80

Henry Mills Alden, Thomas Bucklin Wells, Frederick Lewis Allen, Lee Foster Hartman - Literary Criticism - 1890
...in on one instrument at the rate of forty words a minute, and we would grind them out of the other at the rate of twenty-five. Then weren't we proud ! Our copy used to he so clean and beautiful that we hung it up on exhibition ; and our manager used to come and gaze...
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