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Yard after yard of calculator paper was filled with equations and computations.
She had a figure like an ironing board and the soul of a Ramsden calculator.
There were ten calculator tables here, two of them in operation now.
He strode to the desk, reached out one hand and drew a calculator near.
"Now you're making a joke," Meta said serenely as she fed a figure into the calculator.
Then she fed more figures into the calculator and handed the result to Ato.
Andries is shrewd, if he be no calculator; and I dare to say he has engaged a suitable man.
Well, says the calculator, but who has the offices of the nation?
Arch-genethliac: a genethliac is a calculator of nativities—an astrologer.
Thus, the calculator may reckon him "behind the age," or his favourite views of human improvement.