By Joe Hill
Little Gail London and her good friend Joel Quarrel are out on a chilly and lonely morning on the finish of summer time, after they make the locate of the century: a useless plesiosaur, the dimensions of a two-ton truck, washed up at the sand. With the fog swirling approximately them, they make their plans, struggle to shield their discovery, and face for the 1st time the enormity of mortality itself... all blind to what else will be in the market within the silver water of Lake Champlain.
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Boal testified that it was known among newspaper men that when Pickrell was in Washington he could be found in Senator's King's office, and that he had seen the doctor there—with his coat off, dictating to a stenographer. Direct questioning also brought out that Dr. Pickrell was the author of material Senator King had presented to the Senate Committee of 1922. Small wonder the doctor had been so lavish with his praise. Ex-Congressman Metz was inclined to be irascible on the witness stand, and complained bitterly at questions of Republican Senator Arthur R.
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The process of extracting nitrogen from the air had been invented by Dr. Fritz Haber, of the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute, and the nitrogen production of the Badische plants, directed by Dr. Carl Bosch, had been on such a vast scale that for the first time Germany had become independent of the great nitrate beds of Chile. The one great lesson which the I. G. leaders learned from the first World War was that their original pattern of industrial conquest had not been sufficiently broad to prevent the twofold disaster of the armistice and of the loss of most of their branches and properties in the United States.