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The New York Times' Catherine Rampell recounts Shapley's work from way back (at least for me) in the 1950s.
If the police suspect that Henfrey is at Shapley, then they'll visit the place and have a decided haul.
This, as well as other facts, makes it probable that all these stars are "friction variables," as Shapley calls them.
Just about noon the car swung into the gates of Shapley, and soon they were indoors.
On his return to Shapley he found Louise and Mrs. Bond sitting together in the charming, old-world drawing-room.
The average density, as deduced by Shapley from the movements of double stars, is about one-eighth the solar density.