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I am going to get a book about it, and that will tell us just what to do in getting a radio set established.
Jessie had noted down the things she thought it would be safe to order before speaking to her father about the radio matter.
That afternoon Mr. Norwood brought home the radio receiving set in the automobile.
For the next few days Jessie and Amy were busy almost all day long, and evening too, with the radio.
She was scared to death that the lightning would strike the house because of the radio aerial.
Only I happened to have the radio set, and—and everything is rigged right for my idea to work out.
And the lead wire from the aerials, well grounded, was brought directly in from overhead and connected with the radio set.
Tell a little story about the radio, what has already been done with it, and what is expected of it in the future.
Somebody must explain and manage the entertainment in the radio tent, and who better than Jessie?
But she told them all the helpful things she could about setting up the radio paraphernalia and rigging the wires.

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perdureverb (used without object) | [per-door, -dyoor ]SEE DEFINITION
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