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An American businessman and inventor. He is especially known for inventing the light bulb, but he also created the phonograph, which laid the foundation for much of modern telecommunications. He founded General Electric. Edison lived from 1847 to 1931.
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Hank DeVries and Tom Edison
were instrumental in planning for the Roadshow.
Citizens generally get along and muddle through, although the village's self-appointed philosopher and moral pundit, Tom Edison
Jersey's Tom Edison
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