LEAFS


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LEAFSLaser-Excited Atomic Fluorescence Spectrometry
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Eevery Saturday night the Clover Leaf Social Club gave a hop in the hall of the Give and Take Athletic Association on the East Side.
Suddenly a leaf bent lower than usual and touched the Patchwork Girl.
The leaf farthest away was the largest, and to this the old toad swam with Thumbelina in her walnut-shell.
The leaf, in one particular stage, when nearly all the prismatic colours are blended on its surface, is often converted by the natives into a superb and striking bead-dress.
It contained leaves of white paper for memoranda, and upon the first leaf was the name "Halpin Frayser." Written in red on several succeeding leaves--scrawled as if in haste and barely legible--were the following lines, which Holker read aloud, while his companion continued scanning the dim gray confines of their narrow world and hearing matter of apprehension in the drip of water from every burdened branch: "Enthralled by some mysterious spell, I stood In the lit gloom of an enchanted wood.