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Today he still remains as the editor of that magazine's evolved and redesigned successor, Analog.
ISLANDS OF SPACEJOHN W CAMPBELL
The pole changer was redesigned after the beginning of the great spread of telephony in the United States in 1893.
CYCLOPEDIA OF TELEPHONY AND TELEGRAPHY, VOL. 2KEMPSTER MILLER
Alan elbowed his way through the crowd of curious onlookers and clambered into the redesigned control chamber.
STARMAN'S QUESTROBERT SILVERBERG
The ammunition cart itself is merely a redesigned machine-gun ammunition vehicle.
AMERICA'S MUNITIONS 1917-1918BENEDICT CROWELL
As now redesigned and rebuilt, the courthouse presents an outward appearance presumably similar to its original form.
THE FAIRFAX COUNTY COURTHOUSEROSS D. NETHERTON
The remedy for this was a redesigned rotating band, making it somewhat thicker in front.
AMERICA'S MUNITIONS 1917-1918BENEDICT CROWELL
Finally we added improvements to make it more efficient and reliable and redesigned it to meet American factory methods.
AMERICA'S MUNITIONS 1917-1918BENEDICT CROWELL
This board was being constantly redesigned as field needs developed.
AMERICA'S MUNITIONS 1917-1918BENEDICT CROWELL
Some jerk has redesigned the primer so that the flame misses the propellant!
HANGING BY A THREADGORDON RANDALL GARRETT
They were trying everything from redesigned rocket motors to really radical notions.
SPACE TUGMURRAY LEINSTER

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