In the pattern shop of a large manufacturing plant an employee of long standing had gained the reputation among his employers and fellow workers of being the neatest and most accurate workman in the shop. One day when the general manager was making an inspection he stopped at this patternmaker's bench and inquired of him how it was that his bench was always free of shavings and extra cuttings, and his work always accurately done.
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