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Hermann and Pauline's son : Albert Einstein
One story Einstein liked to tell about his (1) was of a 'wonder' he saw when he was four or five years old: a magnetic (2). The needle's invariable (3) swing, guided (4) an invisible force, (5) impressed the child. The compass convinced him that there (6) to be 'something behind things, something deeply (7).' Even as a small boy Einstein was self-sufficient and (8). According to family legend he was a slow (9) at first, pausing to consider what he would say. His sister remembered the concentration and perseverance with which he (10) build up houses of cards to many stories. The boy's (11) was stimulated by his uncle, an engineer, and by a medical student who (12) dinner once a week at the Einsteins'.
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