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Farnsworth

[fahrnz-wurth] /ˈfɑrnzˌwɜrθ/
noun
1.
Philo Taylor
[fahy-loh] /ˈfaɪ loʊ/ (Show IPA),
1906–71, U.S. physicist and inventor: pioneer in the field of television.
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  • “Mr. Farnsworth will see you in a few minutes,” he reported.

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  • “Mr. Barton wrote to us about you,” Farnsworth continued briskly.

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  • At that point Farnsworth came out and took a look about the office.

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  • Farnsworth would not waste a morning like this––he seemed to hear her telling him so.

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  • He might suggest Barton to Farnsworth, and drop around and see him to-morrow.

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  • And within another year Farnsworth will pay you anything you demand.

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  • Business will begin to pick up right after that, and Farnsworth will need you.

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  • When he was sent out by Farnsworth, he made as long an errand of it as he could.

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  • “I can tell better in another month,” Mr. Farnsworth answered.

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