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  1. The Inventing of Liquid Paper

  2. sensitive • The old-fashioned typewriters were too sensitive. The slightest touch of a key and they would leave a mark on the paper. • Easily effected by

  3. manual • Bette Nesmith was a secretary from Texas that had always gotten by just fine with her manual typewriter. It had no power and had to be pushed from side to side by hand. • Manipulated or done by hand

  4. smudge • New carbon based ink caused the letters to appear clearer but the ink would smudge much easier causing papers to sometimes look messy. • To smear or streak as in make a blurry mark

  5. constantly • Bette Nesmith was a poor typist so she was constantly trying to improve her skills in order to keep her job. • Continuously taking place

  6. frazzled • The newer versions of typewriters weren’t familiar to Nesmith so she was often frazzled on how to work them. • Confused, baffled, or perplexed

  7. marginal • The invention of Liquid Paper could make typist skills seem almost perfect when in fact they were still quite marginal. • Barely average

  8. detectable • By inventing Liquid Paper, Nesmith was able to make it so typing errors weren’t detectable on the documents that the errors were made. • Able to be seen

  9. favorable • Nesmith’s product finally got is big advertising break. It was in an office supply magazine with a small but very favorable notice. • highly praised or showing extreme approval

  10. boosted • Once popularity of Liquid Paper caught on production of it had to be boosted to keep up with the constant demand. • increased