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Put together like an 18,000-piece erector set, made of iron beams held together with 2.5 million rivets, the tower was a pure showpiece, with no functional purpose.
The IBM would be a sort of computer erector set, a set of interchangeable components that the purchaser could snap together in whatever combination suited her needs and her pocketbook.
Frank Layden, the portly Utah Jazz general manager who watched Bradley closely at Brigham Young, liked to point out that Bradley wasn’t just an erector set.
The core is your midsection, with spinal erectors that hold up the spine, and abdominals and obliques that help rotate the trunk.
On Wadsworth Terrace, one building’s foundation is propped up by an erector set of stilts.
The first missile unknown missile system is what appears to be a long-range missile mounted on a 16x16 transporter/erector/launcher (TEL) vehicle.
Months later, Fitzgerald is devoted to translating all of On War, with her own illustrations, for the erector-set strategist crowd.
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