Anyone who has studied literature will know about footnotes and the glossary of terms because the language is constantly changing. When Charles Dickens referred to a “chairman” he did not mean a nabob on a board of directors, he meant a guy at one end of a sedan chair. As governments become ever more keen on low emission vehicles, electric power seems destined to rule so future editions of current books may have footnotes to explain what a supercharger was, literally and metaphorically, and not to be confused with boosting electric vehicles.
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