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Beginning^lMy
Inventions,"
by
Nikola
Tesla
a
FEB.
1919
20CTS,
OVER
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Electrical
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Age,
and
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new
profession
is
calling
you.
The
demand
for
expert
Electricians
is
greater
everyyear
and
the
salaries
higher.
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tricity
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greatest
motive
power
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prohlems.
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young
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day.
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WORKS
Deot.
22
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STREET,
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ILL.
 
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1919
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681
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wonder
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the
electrical
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