- n. English engineer who built the first railway locomotive (1771-1833)
“Sir Gideon Trevithick in CAPTIVE OF SIN would probably be close to my most tortured guy yet.”
“He's a great bloke who will understand our predicament Manageress Debbie Trevithick.”
“In 1804 Trevithick designed and built a locomotive to run on rails.”
“Go ahead and run, Richard," Preen Chand called though Trevithick, of course, could not hear.”
“There's one attention I won't regret being spared," Trevithick said, waiting for Tilak to get round to him.”
“I do not know if we can beat this Trevithick, Preen, if his machine performs as he says it will.”
“-- He got to his feet, brushed off himself and Trevithick.”
“I'd like to see Trevithick do this when his boiler runs dry,”
“Since the flesh-and-blood elephants were ready at once, while the Iron Elephant had to build up soeam, Trevithick wanoed Preen Chand not to start until the engine could move.”
“He led Trevithick over to Paul Tilak, who knew enough first aid to splint a broken arm.”
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