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A Yacht Designed on Strictly Utilitarian Lines

The Fallacy of the Double Dirigible Balloon

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The Life Story of an Atom

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Manhattan Island: a Body of Land Surrounded by Sewage

Sanitation of River Bathing

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Variable Speed Transmission and Rotary Pump

A Hydraulic Motor Using Planetary Gears for Piston

New Cathodic Glow Lamp

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Gustav Hamel, New Meteorological Units in Great Britain, and more

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June 13, 1914

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