phonograph

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The phonograph lay under the very eyes of Science, and yet she did not see it.

This is a convenient arrangement in using the phonograph for correspondence or dictation.

Callers can leave a verbal message in the phonograph instead of a note.

Wills and other private deeds may of course be executed by phonograph.

It consists of a tympanum or drum, having a stylus attached as in the phonograph.

The phonograph was more of a surprise; but still it was no exception to the rule.

It was in 1877 that Thomas Alva Edison completed the first phonograph.

What had terrified her as a sort of supernatural thing was only the phonograph!

It would be an excellent thing if a phonograph could be put in every school.

Captain Dan played the phonograph, laughed, and joked while I fought the fish.

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