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  • noun Plural form of mutoscope.


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  • There are many newspapers to help the Milanese to be better men and to cultivate charity and humility; there are banks full of paper money; there are soldiers, good pavements, and all that man requires to fulfil him, soul and body; cafés, arcades, mutoscopes, and every sign of the perfect state.

    The Path to Rome Hilaire Belloc 1911

  • It shall be the duty of the proprietor or manager of any place of public amusement or other place in which there are provided for public use and entertain - ment mutoscopes or any other machine or apparatus of such nature that the person using the same breathes or speaks into it, or, for the purpose of seeing or hearing, holds any part thereof in contact with or near to his eyes or ears, to disinfect the same in such manner as shall be approved by the local board of health at least twice dur - ina 'such hours, in everv twentv-four hours, as the machine or apparatus is offered for use by the public.

    Acts and resolves passed by the General Court 1663


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