ought should be then seen
Fig. 10. Fine Australian wool, magnified 120 times, showing spindle-shaped cells disintegrated by sulphuric acid.
(cropped from border, squared)
ex Howard Priestman. “A Study of Kemps. True nature of the dead fibers which cause so much trouble to manufacturers.” Bulletin of the National Association of Wool Manufacturers (1911) : 245-264
Stanford copy, no date of digitization
DAJZU Too coarse
DAKAX Too fine
DAKBY Too hunger fine
DAKDA Too irregular
EDYKI Either or both
EDYLJ Either the one or the other
Dorothea Hilda. It is as if ought should be then seen
EFAKO How shall we act ?
EFBSY If opportunity offers
DEDNY Judging by results
Fred Chapman. Think in which way well known is clouded
John Gay. It is by this that they can hear.
John Basket. It is very likely in the country that any sound can be heard.
ex Private Telegraphic Code of W. P. Martin & Co., Limited, Sydney (1922)
ex Gertrude Stein, Short Sentences (1932), in Last Operas and Plays (1949) *
“After several hours a thread, or a suggestion of a thread, a story-journey, emerged. Then it petered out; it appeared to stop altogether. Later it would start up again.”
Murray Bail. The Pages (2008)
something like my experience with Stein, as with phrase sequences in telegraphic codes
kemps; weavings; wool
Murray Bail; H. Priestman; W. P. Martin, Private Telegraphic Code of (1922); Gertrude Stein