[ in-suhl ]
/ ˈɪn səl /
Samuel, 1859–1938, U.S. public utilities magnate, born in England.
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Mr. Insull then asked whether it was legal for the meeting to propose either a greater or a less rate than the one sought for.
In the picture Mr. Edison may be seen in the cab, and Mr. Insull on the front platform of the passenger-car.Edison, His Life and Inventions|Frank Lewis Dyer and Thomas Commerford Martin