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(London, 1821); and David Brewster, Letters on Natural Magic (London, 1834),
pp. 270-282. 22 Detecting clever frauds requires a professional illusionist, such
as a magician. Intelligences even as bright as Franklin's are easily fooled by ...
Beginning in the seventh line, five small grids are arranged in series to portray
geometric grids for constructing Roman letters. Here designer Bruce Rogers and
writer Stanley Morison have seamlessly integrated the images into their text.
Spot and letter are parallel. Codes sometimes cause confusion; here, the sunspot
marked with the letter O is accompanied by another mark indicating that the letter
itself is not a sunspot ! Thus X means "This O does not represent a sunspot, ...
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Displays of Evidence for Making Decisions
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