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Oliver Twist
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  • ’There are fourteen water-mills, six steam-engines, and a galvanic battery, always a-working upon it, and they can’t make it fast enough, though the men work so hard that they die off, and the widows is pensioned directly, with twenty pound a-year for each of the children, and a premium of fifty for twins.

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  • The invasion of Afghanistan was never in question given the galvanic effect of the terrorist attacks.
  • A lie detector measures galvanic skin response.

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