Telegraph-wire in a sentence

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During the last year of the Mexican War, when a telegraph-wire found its way across the Mississippi to Hannibal-a long sagging span, that for some reason did not break of its own weight-he was given charge of the extras with news from the front; and the burning importance of his mission, the bringing of news hot from the field of battle, spurred him to endeavors that won plaudits and success.
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I think the ocean telegraph-wire ought to be laid and will be laid, but I don't know that you have any right to ask me to go and lay it.
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While they were in the train, she would tell him not to climb on to the seat of the carriage to look out of the window at the telegraph-poles flying past and the telegraph-wires rising and falling like birds ... she would tell him not to stand at the door in case it should fly open and he should fall out and be killed ...
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The office of the poet seems to be reversed, and he must give back these miracles of the understanding to poetry again, and find out what there is imaginative in steam and iron and telegraph-wires.
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Over it the fresh streaming water was carried on arches; and quite at the top hung the tangled net of gas-pipes and telegraph-wires.
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We make 'em their bridges, their wells, an' their huts, An' the telegraph-wire the enemy cuts, An' it's blamed on, etc.
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Examples of Telegraph-wire

Example #1
He became a sort of subeditor.
Example #2
He had charge of the circulation-which is to say, he carried the papers.
Example #3
But, for that matter, I have heard a good deal of Scripture depolarized in and out of the pulpit.
Example #4
Certainly,-I replied,-if it gives you any pleasure to ask foolish questions.
Example #5
When she took John to Belfast, she made the holiday, so eagerly anticipated, a mortification to him.
Example #6
There was nothing in that to frighten her: there was everything to make her feel content and proud.