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The company also tried a set of "trick-track children's records" that allowed a phonograph to randomly select tracks so that a set of four sides could tell 256 different stories, but that tanked, too.
We know that the Supreme cannot Himself be everywhere, attending to each little trick-track that arises in the world — matters altogether beneath His notice; and that He must, like the President of Venezuela or the Emperor of Brazil, appoint men — angels if you like — to conduct His affairs and watch over each district.
'At trick-track or trap and ball you were ever our best player.'
He could not bear that we should play trick-track upon the green, or dance with the other children upon the Saturday night.
We know that the Supreme cannot Himself be everywhere, attending to each little trick-track that arises in the world -- matters altogether beneath
His great genius for financial combinations was at this time employed by him in gleek, trick-track, quadrille, whist, loo, ombre, and other pastimes of mingled luck and skill.
"Ay, Heaven forbid, as you say -- and, in the meantime, I'll take a hit at trick-track with Harrison."
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