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  • Lewis Mumford, the historian said 'Why should we so gratuitously assume, as we constantly do, that the mere existence of a mechanism for manifolding or of mass production carries with it an obligation to use it to the fullest capacity?'

    Collin Dunn: An Underrated Green Consideration: Longevity

  • He wrote a singularly careful, though rapid hand, as plain and condensed as print, and in days before modern devices for manifolding writing were known, he copied out his invoices in duplicate or triplicate in his own hand, with titles in full, and frequent descriptive notes attached.

    A Book for All Readers An Aid to the Collection, Use, and Preservation of Books and the Formation of Public and Private Libraries

  • Other complications result from a manifolding of parts.

    Chapter 2. The Elements of Speech

  • The mechanical manifolding of handwriting also had been known for a long time.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 7: Gregory XII-Infallability

  • Back of these in turn are folding blinds; then long, close curtains of muslin; then, finally, thick, manifolding, shrouding draperies of some airproof woolen stuff.

    Europe Revised

  • The report of Professors Echols and Page in relation to receipts and expenditures connected with the publication of the "Annals of Mathematics," showing a balance of $24. in their hands, is received and adopted, and they are permitted to use said sum of $24. in the purchase of a clock, chairs and a manifolding machine for the Mathematical lecture rooms.

    Board of Visitors minutes

  • Its characteristic qualities are held to be good, acceptable to the tastes of modern men whose habits of thought have been standardised in its terms; and it would be only reluctantly and by tardy concession that these modern men could bring themselves to give up that scheme of "Natural Liberty" within the framework of which runs this competitive system of business management and its wasteful manifolding of half-idle equipment and nugatory work.

    An Inquiry Into The Nature Of Peace And The Terms Of Its Perpetuation

  • In the former case we have a true - s symbolizing plurality, in the latter a z-sound coupled with a change in the radical element of the word of f to v. Here we have not a falling together of forms that originally stood for fairly distinct concepts—as we saw was presumably the case with such parallel forms as drove and worked—but a merely mechanical manifolding of the same formal element without a corresponding growth of a new concept.

    Chapter 5. Form in Language: Grammatical Concepts


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