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Said a boatman, "Get axes and kill him, for he is the Mugger of the ford.
Moreover he did not know the ford, so he went stumbling among the stones, now stepping into a deep hole, and now nearly tripping over a boulder, while the sweat ran down his face in beads from the hardness of his journey and the heaviness of his load.
At last he reached the middle of the ford where the water was deepest.
Ford, they saw their business manager shaken like an Astrakhan rug.
Ford did not wait, but ransacked his pockets, with the result of sixty cents.
At the Lymington River they splashed through the ford, and lay in the meadows on the further side to eat the bread and salt meat which they carried upon the sumpter horses.
Paul Ford roused himself, came back from the far Western town, and adjusted the sheets of paper under his hand.
It is this same naivete that thinks it's a good idea to promote safety image leader Volvo in commercials about Ford innovation (which angers Ford engineers and confuses the public), or that welcomes new members of the founding family into the fold while the true depth of talent in the company grows thin, and loyal employees are shown the door.
In 1929, after years of preparation, Ford opened to the public a large tourist park and museum built on 252 acres in Dearborn," writes Steven Watts in his admirable new biography.
Sallie Rochester Ford (1828-1910) figured in this regard as a courageous, and even controversial, leader in the late-nineteenth-century drive to create a woman's missions organization.
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