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 n.— «The keyboard of the System 200 is not so bad that you can’t get used to it; it just doesn’t have that positive, long-throw touch of the IBM boards.» —“Dell offers a good value for the dollar” by Jack Warner Atlanta Journal-Constitution (Georgia) May 10, 1988. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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