Morse


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a telegraph code in which letters and numbers are represented by strings of dots and dashes (short and long signals)

United States portrait painter who patented the telegraph and developed the Morse code (1791-1872)

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Ethan Morse stated: "I tried to come forward and tell the Merced Sheriff's Department that they had arrested the wrong person.
That's why, while Endeavour might reference old Morse and his penchant for cryptic crosswords, classical music and a pint of ale, the character actually feels novel and fresh.
Both Morse and Buhari travelled quickly back to London on Friday night to compete on Saturday after bowing out of the European Championships on Friday morning in Helsinki.
Morse flies out to Germany today where he will face British record-holder Lawrence Oyoke and Abdul Buhari in a meeting in Halle on Saturday against a host of world-class throwers.
Robbie Lewis is still largely defined by Morse, who was played by the late John Thaw, but Kevin says he has made an impact of his own after six years of the spin-off series.
Whately originally won fans as sidekick to chief inspector Morse, played by the late John Thaw, in ITV1's Inspector Morse.
Endeavour was excellent, dovetailing superbly with what has gone before - although, as we were now back in 1965, when Morse was a young, fresh-faced Detective Constable, this is what actually went before.
Told that the new federal courthouse is named after him, I knew Wayne Morse had carried the town by a bigger margin than he ever did in life.
Colin Baker has taken the lead role in the first ever stage adaptation of Colin Dexter's Inspector Morse.
1) Housed in several departments across the library system including the Sterling Memorial Library, the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, and the departments of Manuscripts and Archives and Maps, Yale's significant collection of Canadiana owes its rapid growth during the 1940s and 50s to William Inglis Morse (1874-1952), the Nova Scotia clergyman, historian, and bibliophile.
Morse Steel, a four-generation family owned business, bought the Wenatchee location in the 1980s.
Morse, who is in her 15th year as president at Western, will retire this September.
Located just east of City Hall at the intersection of Beekman and Nassau streets in the former heart of the City's newspaper industry, the Morse Building features an intricate facade made of deep red and black brick terra cotta that combines elements of Gothic and neo-Grec styles, as well the "Rundbogenstil," a German eclectic, mid-19th century style that combines Romanesque and Renaissance elements and is characterized by arcaded, round arches.
Colin Dexter, author of the Morse novels, attended St Aldates police station in Oxford, to formally uncover the tribute.
color) Barbara Morse stands among several of the items she is selling in a yard sale outside her Granada Hills home.