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American engineers could not be troubled with such trifles.
Many men would have thought the engineer's statement rather too carefully worded; and, suspecting him of trying to make the best of a bad case, would have entertained serious doubts on the subject of Frank's future.
The art of the telephone engineer has in thirty years grown from the most crude and clumsy of experiments into an exact and comprehensive profession.
He is our chief engineer; but he did not understand it.
And here, too, were many of the ablest inventors and engineers, who did most to develop the cables and switchboards of to-day.
Carty, now the first of telephone engineers and almost the creator of his profession.
'the engineers that go down to the sea in ships behold the wonders of sailor nature';" when a change in the visitor's countenance made her stop and stare.
The other day I had been yarning under the bridge with one of the engineers, and he must have heard us.
Full-jewelled, you see," says Captain Hodgson as the engineer shunts open the top of a cap.
My mate's arm's broke; my engineer's head's cut open; my Ray went out when the engines smashed; and
Suddenly a bell thrills; the engineers run to the turbine-valves and stand by; but the spectacled slave of the Ray in the U-tube never lifts his head.
* All the railroad unions entered into this combination with the oligarchs, and it is of interest to note that the first definite application of the policy of profit-grabbing was made by a railroad union in the nineteenth century A.D., namely, the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers. P.