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lay the foundations for

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  • Jean Severn, whose parents, along with James Creed and Benjamin Robillard, Zac’s grandfather, had helped to lay the foundations for the science of Fundamental Robotics that eventually led to the creation of the robotic brain and, ultimately, the I-Bots themselves.

    Time Was

  • “My heart beareth me witness,” he there says, “and the Lord who is greater knoweth, my faith was never prouder than to be a common rough barrowman in Anwoth, and that I could not look at the honour of being ane mason to lay the foundations for many generations, and to build the waste places of Sion in another kingdom, or to have ane hand in the carved work in the cedar and almug trees in that new Temple.”

    The Life of John Milton

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