from The Century Dictionary.
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What would have destroyed his vision if he had had any, now restored it when he didn't have any, and his sight became so keen that he was able to see through OEROPION -- though, I believe, he reinforced his powers of ocular penetration with a pod-auger.
The better way is to arrange a lathe with a hollow headstock and a guide which will carry a pod-auger boring in from one end.
When my folks dragged me to the meetinghouse in the pod-auger days we got Old Testament -- red hot.
Mohawk, with only an adz, a pod-auger, and an axe upon his shoulder.