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The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin
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  • The small fines that have been paid by members for absence at the monthly meetings have been apply’d to the purchase of fire-engines, ladders, fire-hooks, and other useful implements for each company, so that I question whether there is a city in the world better provided with the means of putting a stop to beginning conflagrations; and, in fact, since these institutions, the city has never lost by fire more than one or two houses at a time, and the flames have often been extinguished…

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as in: implement the action Define
to put a plan or tool into effect
as in: a small implement Define
a small tool or other useful object
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