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  • The music switches to Morse Code as the bar patrons begin to sense impending doom, and finally, to Fever when the vampires being to really feast.

    Tribeca Film: The Reelist: Frightful Noise

  • The music switches to Morse Code as the bar patrons begin to sense impending doom, and finally, to Fever when the vampires being to really feast.

    Tribeca Film: The Reelist: Frightful Noise

  • The last B-29 to depart transmitted Morse Code letters permitting stragglers to get their bearings.

    Whirlwind

  • The last B-29 to depart transmitted Morse Code letters permitting stragglers to get their bearings.

    Whirlwind

  • With Lessing surrounded by so many incompetent folk, if only the Baron had known Morse Code as well he did the geographical distribution of Javanese tribes, he may well have won.

    "Trill"

  • Two among them are the Automatic Playing Piano that hurls balls onto piano keys to play the song Scarborough Fair, and then there is his Morse Code Factory, wherein the visitor uses a light or heavy touch on a small platform to input Morse Code that goes into an extruder and then issues the letters the visitor manufactured.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • Morse Code working title is a crime drama about a young war hero/Drug Enforcement Administration officer who works in his hometown of Boston.

    TNT Plans to Expand Its Schedule « TV BACON

  • Two among them are the Automatic Playing Piano that hurls balls onto piano keys to play the song Scarborough Fair, and then there is his Morse Code Factory, wherein the visitor uses a light or heavy touch on a small platform to input Morse Code that goes into an extruder and then issues the letters the visitor manufactured.

    Miyaoka Hitchcock's Automatic Playing Piano and Morse Code Factory

  • The Viet Cong, in their jungle operations at night, communicated by clicking bamboo sticks together in a prearranged code similar to our Morse Code.

    Think Progress » Note to Robert Gates:

  • Meanwhile, the boy of the house, named Simms Silvanus “though he would have much preferred ‘John’” builds a telegraph key with which to speak in Morse Code.

    Archive 2006-07-01

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