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Math wizard develops young apprentices in Lexington

Consultant creates mathematic minds

By Diana Brown
Globe Correspondent / September 22, 2005

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LEXINGTON -- By day, Joseph J. Quigley IV is president of Quigley Scientific Corp., consulting in engineering and mathematics. But during after-school hours, he becomes the master of ceremonies for the mathematical wizardry of 100 children who gather each week for his classes at Hancock Church in downtown Lexington. (Full article: 785 words)

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