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I didn't go up to Cambridge, I remember, for nearly a year, so occupied was I with my new adjustments.
THE NEW MACHIAVELLIHERBERT GEORGE WELLS
Eurythmy is beauty and fitness in the adjustments of the members.
TEN BOOKS ON ARCHITECTUREVITRUVIUS
That dinner was but the initiation into a week of difficult adjustments.
QUINALICE HEGAN RICE
And now the series of adjustments have almost reached their end.
THEISM OR ATHEISMCHAPMAN COHEN
Arrangements for "days out" are merely adjustments by which one person's work is done by others.
THE LIBRARY OF WORK AND PLAY: HOUSEKEEPINGELIZABETH HALE GILMAN
With correct adjustments this experiment will prove more surprising than the first.
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN SUPPLEMENT, VOL. XV., NO. 388, JUNE 9, 1883VARIOUS
He paused a moment to make slight adjustments in the controls, then turned his attention back to the screen.
ISLANDS OF SPACEJOHN W CAMPBELL
Then it became evident that the destruction of confidence in Russia had gone too far for any such adjustments.
THE OUTLINE OF HISTORY: BEING A PLAIN HISTORY OF LIFE AND MANKINDHERBERT GEORGE WELLS
Some pecuniary adjustments were made, D. Wilson Moore being the only one who had any money.
MARY AND ISTEPHEN RETURN RIGGS
A definite and simple criterion for the required adjustments is at hand—the now familiar "index number" of prices.
HARPER'S PICTORIAL LIBRARY OF THE WORLD WAR, VOLUME XIIVARIOUS

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