“Oops, I just saw yoo wuz saved below. *shayks hed* Well, mebbe I shuldint hav set teh reverberator on such a hi nomber.”
“President Roosevelt, that magnificent reverberator of ideas, that gleam of wilful humanity, that fantastic first interruption to the succession of machine-made politicians at the White House, has echoed clearly to this movement and made it an integral part of the general intellectual movement of America.”
“He secured the services of a former assistant, and dispatched him to a high peak on the coast of Spain, where he had to superintend a reverberator, which, with the aid of a glass, could be seen from Formentera.”
“Whenever you come to Paris, and see, on the first story, a suite of rooms ostentatiously illuminated, and a blazing reverberator at the door, you may be certain that it is a house of this description.”
“*fires up teh reverberator, turns it on hi, zaps DSH bak into life*”
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