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" Good . . . is unfortunately one of the cui bono people, and is too much in the habit of looking at the dark side of things. Such a chimerical idea as telegraphing vocal sounds would indeed, to most minds, seem scarcely feasible enough to spend time in... "
The World's Work - Page 12673
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 62

1888
...difficulties. His laconic answer, was ' GET IT.' I cannot tell you how much these two words have encouraged me. I live too much in an atmosphere of discouragement for scientific pursuits. Good is, unfortunately, one of the cui bono people, and is too much in the habit of looking at the...
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Supreme Court of the United States, Oct. Term 1886: The Telephone Appeals ...

Edward Nicoll Dickerson - 1887
...His laconic answer was,' GET IT.' " I cannot tell you how much these two words have encouraged me. I live too much in an atmosphere of discouragement for scientific pursuits. Good . . . is unfortunately one of the cui bono people, and is too much in the habit of looking at...
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The Association Review, Volume 10

Deaf - 1908
...electrical knowledge, Graham Bell wrote: "I cannot tell you how much these two words have encouraged me. I live too much in an atmosphere of discouragement for scientific pursuits. . . . Such a chimerical idea as telegraphing vocal sounds would, indeed, to most minds, seem scarcely...
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The Telephone and Telephone Exchanges: Their Invention and Development

John E. Kingsbury - Telephone - 1915 - 558 pages
...difficulties. His laconic answer was, ' GET IT.' I cannot tell you how much these two woids have encouraged me. I live too much in an atmosphere of discouragement for scientific pursuits. Good is unfortunately one of the cui bono people, and is too much in the habit of looking on the dark...
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Bell: Alexander Graham Bell and the Conquest of Solitude

Robert V. Bruce - Biography & Autobiography - 1990 - 564 pages
...cannot tell you how much these two words have encouraged me," Bell wrote his parents a few days later. I live too much in an atmosphere of discouragement for scientific pursuits. Good Mrs. Sanders is unfortunately one of the cui bono people, and is too much in the habit of looking...
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