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  • n. Plural form of Underwood.


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  • I am sending you a lot of verses, which had best, I think, be called Underwoods Book III., but in what order are they to go?

    Vailima Letters

  • The above books are also issued in a FINE PAPER EDITION, pott 8vo, cloth, _2s. 6d. _ net each; leather, _4s. _ net, with the exception of 'Underwoods' and 'Ballads,' which are printed in 1 vol. together with 'Songs of Travel,' under the title of 'Poems.'

    A History of the United States

  • The standard big, black machines that you might be familiar with such as the Underwoods and Remingtons from the 1930s and 40s are the result of many years of mechanical evolution.

    Antique Typewriters

  • And pity the subcommittee's shmucks with Underwoods.

    Crime & Punishment & Goldman

  • The other method was proven when writers had to clack away at their Underwoods, with only a blue pen and a few inches of margins to allow them to change their narrative.

    Hail O Writer, most inefficient of scrivners!

  • Contrast the Underwoods and those other typewriters I've blogged about with yet one more, one belonging to another of my relatives.

    Archive 2010-01-01

  • I do have to say my favorite was Underwoods BBQ, I think they called it a BBQ smorgesboard.

    Luby's | Homesick Texan

  • If there was a group in Hollywood as angry as Davis, it would have to be the screenwriters — the “schmucks with Underwoods,” Jack Warner called them, and not without some justification, as Marc Norman unintentionally shows.

    Toiling in the Dream Factory

  • But I HAD to kudos your Underwoods of Brownwood suggestion!

    Joe Armstrong | Homesick Texan

  • I have been going to Underwoods since the place was only a cement block/screened in lean-to (back in the early 50s).

    Joe Armstrong | Homesick Texan


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