Remove 4 letters from this seq...
[4021] Remove 4 letters from this seq... - Remove 4 letters from this sequence (TEALKIVNAGA) to reveal a familiar English word. - #brainteasers #wordpuzzles - Correct Answers: 21 - The first user who solved this task is Thinh Ddh
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Remove 4 letters from this seq...

Remove 4 letters from this sequence (TEALKIVNAGA) to reveal a familiar English word.
Correct answers: 21
The first user who solved this task is Thinh Ddh.
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A little girl is sitting on he...

A little girl is sitting on her grandpa's lap and studying the wrinkles on his old face. She gets up the nerve to rub her fingers over the wrinkles. Then she touches her own face and looks more puzzled. Finally the little girl asks, "Grandpa, did God make you?"
"He sure did honey, a long time ago," replies her grandpa.
"Well, did God make me?" asks the little girl.
"Yes, He did, and that wasn't too long ago," answers her grandpa.
"Boy," says the little girl, "He's sure doing a lot better job these days isn't He?"
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Typesetting machine patent

In 1841, the first U.S. patent for a typesetting machine was issued to Frenchman Adrien Delcambre and Englishman James Hadden Young, both residing in Lisle, France (No.2,139). Their "Pianotyp" placed letters side by side in their proper places "by means of ... inclined planes upon which the types are thrown and allowed to descend by various channels meeting at one point to what we call the composing box." The machine was operated using "a number of keys similar to those of a pianoforte which act as levers which push the types [which fall] by their own gravity to the said box whenever the keys are depressed." It was patented in England* on 13 Mar 1840, and used in London (1841) to set The Phalanx weekly magazine*.«
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