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The rotary tuner shown in the sketch was designed by a correspondent of Modern Electrics.
She reproached me for marrying a pauper, and said I'd better have stuck to the piano-tuner unless you were he in disguise!
Miss Blossom's father, an organ tuner by profession, visited many towns in the course of a year.
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"No, I never heard of you before," replied the piano-tuner, stolidly.
He had paid no attention to the piano-tuner's tone and look.
Then Naomi herself stole with soft, bold steps to the piano-tuner's door.
"It's a pity you haven't a manager whom you can respect and like," the piano-tuner remarked.
"Who—she—is," repeated the piano-tuner, talking aloud to himself.
"You have something to be vain about," said the piano-tuner, looking at her frankly.
The piano-tuner looked at her doubtfully, but only for one moment.

WORDS RELATED TO TUNER

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pecuniaryadjective | [pi-kyoo-nee-er-ee ]SEE DEFINITION