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#151936 - 06/09/03 02:08 PM Handy Electrical Dictionary - 1910
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I came across this small book entitled "Handy Electrical Dictionary". It measures about 2 x 5 inches (pocket-size) and was published in 1910:



Here's a page from it showing 'Neutral' definitions:



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#151937 - 06/12/03 10:03 PM Re: Handy Electrical Dictionary - 1910
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Neutral Gear: The one that makes you stop to wonder why you're not moving anywhere, even though you're putting the pedal to the metal.

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#151938 - 09/19/04 05:56 PM Re: Handy Electrical Dictionary - 1910
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LOL Thinkgood! My mother still drives a stick shift, even though she's broken her left "clutch" foot twice...
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#151939 - 09/23/04 12:54 PM Re: Handy Electrical Dictionary - 1910
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Here in Austria you have to learn driving on a stick shift, otherwise you'll have marked in your license you aren't allowed to drive a stick shift. And they are far more common here than they are in the US.

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#151940 - 10/21/04 04:02 PM Re: Handy Electrical Dictionary - 1910
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And here folks think that the "pocket ref" and "Ugly's electrical" guides are new...

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