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He was a native of Lyme, Ct., studied at Canandaigua, and was several times returned to congress.
"This would be scanned;" and he scans it, and decides to leave him for another day.
The machine scans the patterns of the mind, translates what it sees into charts and sine waves.
St. Louis, has the ordinary hand stamp, and another with "1 ct" in large octagonal frame added.
It's a biometric identifier, like fingerprints or retina-scans, but it's got a lot more "collisions" than either of those.
LITTLE BROTHERCORY DOCTOROW
In each case "Carey" scans admirably, while "Carew" gives the line an intolerable limp.
ADVENTURES IN CRITICISMSIR ARTHUR THOMAS QUILLER-COUCH
Never scans a lady's dress impertinently, and makes no rude remarks about her.
Since those days one scans the paper each morning to see what new reputations have been lost.
LADY LILITHSTEPHEN MCKENNA
Dumping is a very small item where small dump cars are used on construction work, and does not exceed ½ ct. per cu.
Now the back of the head with the neck and body was cut off (Ct, Fig. 2), and the first operation of the skinning was done.
TWO LITTLE SAVAGESERNEST THOMPSON SETON

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