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IWithout doubt it has proved Itself to be the
most useful hand book in the language, for the
engineering profession.—Enginceidny and Mining
1888. Journal , August 25th, J
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After ushig the Remington typewriters in
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Our instruments are kept in the academic; and pupils
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wnich we had not been able to secure otherwise. I have
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Time rhetoric of composition seems to stand out more
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page ; and as the manipulation of the machine soon be.
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