Morse code

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Synonyms for Morse code

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

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Every act Club Morsecode put on the stage went down a storm, but these shows were all about Gun.
Piano was a beaut!" Carly is signed to Atlantic Records and Morsecode Management, who also look after Paolo Nutini.
The good, however, were still great: "Green Shirt," with its skirling organ, Morsecode synth and ominous 1984 lyrics; "Oliver's Army," a caustic tribute to the deft British handling of the four-hundred-year-old Irish problem - and colonialism in general ("We could be in Palestine/Overrun by the Chinese line/With the boys from the Mersey and the Thames and the Thyme"); and the unusually direct plea, "What's So Funny 'Bout Peace, Love and Understanding."
There's never much to do on a Monday night but if Club Morsecode takes off the way it deserves to, that might be about to change.
Brendan Moon - the man who discovered Paolo Nutini - tomorrow launches Club Morsecode, an exciting new project aimed at finding Scotland's next superstars.