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While prosthetic arms and legs remained quite primitive by modern standards, inventors emphasized improvements in comfort and modest gains in functionality.
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At times she wanted to be a mathematician, an inventor, a scientist and an architect.
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He was also the inventor of "Poikilorgue," an expressive organ, which was the origin of the harmonium.
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Probably even to-day the majority would name Walter Map as the populariser, if not the inventor, of the Grail legend.
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The inventor claimed that the "American Transplanter" could do the work of several men and do it equally well.
He was the inventor of Exchequer Bills; and they were popularly called Montague's notes.
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One who merely utilizes the ideas of others is not an original inventor and is not entitled to a patent.
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