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- Origin uncertain. Compare Russian морж (morzh, "walrus"), Saami morša, Finnish mursu (all attested later). (Wiktionary)
“The only way we could figure out how to communicate was if he clicked his beak at me in morse code.”
“Her work has involved plotting a map of 27,000 dead stars, bouncing Beethoven's Moonlight sonata off the moon in morse code and returning the results into a self-playing piano, making an electric light bulb that duplicates moonlight.”
“The fact that you have no problem with them posting on the internet or perhaps banging out their opinion in morse code with a tin cup on their cell block wall is not significant.”
“It has dozens of dents and the names of the team owners, Thomas and Jean Yawkey, are in morse code on the vertical lines which frame the AL scores.”
“Not content with that we put out a morse service for the editors of Europe's underground press-and morse is almost impossible to jam.”
“At some point also I would be given a sheet that covered any codes for anything I would need to do, such as if "john smith" meant "we have formed" or whatever I would send out "john smith" in morse code during the mission at the appropriate time.”
“Is that his rank, an IFF indicator, or his girlfriend’s name in morse code on his shoulder?”
“Just a quick bit of info, the title of the ‘bigspaceship1′ site reads ’sometimes a polar bear is just a polar pear’ in morse code …”
“Sir Thomas Browne in his "Pseudo-doxia Epidemica" [162: 2] remarked that many specimens of alleged unicorn's horn, preserved in England, were in fact portions of teeth of the Arctic walrus, known as the morse or sea-horse.”
“The brooch or clasp, meant to fasten the cope in front, and variously called morse, pectoral, bottone, etc., was an object often in the highest degree precious and costly.”
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