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The Lady Who Sold Time

Ruth Belville: businesswoman who could sell time

Source: Wikipedia

Let’s dive into the brief history of time. How did one use to keep track of time in the 20th century?

There existed means like subscribing to the telegraphic time service or listening for the pip on the radio. But this wasn’t all.

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