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In 1984, Richard Corliss wrote an article for Time magazine called “Why Do Movies Seem So Long?”
And never a rag holdin' nor a stick standin', and her pretty figger broke like a tin whistle in a Corliss engine.Mrs. Falchion, Complete|Gilbert Parker
Corliss was at the wheel, tugging and turning,—to what purpose was not very evident.
Bonney was stationed at the wheel, and Corliss at the sheets.
The cylinder is secured against the end of the bed-plate, as was first done by Corliss.
In the Greene steam-engine (Fig. 99), the valves are four in number, as in the Corliss.