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People will be interested because it shows the operators are coming in our direction.
DUSTMR. AND MRS. HALDEMAN-JULIUS
The provision of wireless plant and operators to the Mercantile Marine.
THE CRISIS OF THE NAVAL WARJOHN RUSHWORTH JELLICOE
Resistance will compel the operators to be drastic, when they would rather go slowly and surely.
THE RELIGIOUS PERSECUTION IN FRANCE 1900-1906JANE MILLIKEN NAPIER BRODHEAD
Instructors are training an assigned group of operators on regular production and under usual employment conditions.
OUR SCHOOLS IN WAR TIME—AND AFTERARTHUR DAVIS DEAN
Business men and operators could have learned something about stocks and investments, and politicians about city politics.
THE GOLDEN HOUSECHARLES DUDLEY WARNER
Some operators put a finger inside the mouth to get a firm purchase.
Every telegraph wire was cut, the posts torn up, the operators driven from their offices.
WHAT ANSWER?ANNA E. DICKINSON
In 1910 the operators in these two districts were paying seven cents a ton more than other members of the parent association.
THE COMING OF COALROBERT W. BRUERE
The lines to the battalions were at the moment working feebly, and what the operators could get through was scarcely intelligible.
ADVENTURES OF A DESPATCH RIDERW. H. L. WATSON
The operators were to give the special the "go-ahead," and after it had passed, to set their signals against the following engine.
THE WRECKERSFRANCIS LYNDE