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impossible man
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What does L.W. in the title of several "Abbott's Encyclopedia of Rope Tricks" stand for?
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May I introduce you to one of the free resources at The Magic Nook? The indices of many of the great old classic books of magic can be found there with references to inventors of magic.

http://www.magicnook.com/forum/abbottsrope01.htm

Scroll down and you will find the answer next to "Package Cord Mystery" as well as many other inventions from this pair of inventors. You can also use the find feature to locate items in the indices more quickly.
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Fascinating resource.

Thanks.
Dean Gilbert
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