heliograph

[ hee-lee-uh-graf, -grahf ]SEE DEFINITION OF heliograph
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Instantly, the ship shone like the polished mirror of a heliograph.

He had also been corroborated by a man who had seen the man who took it down from the heliograph.

The heliograph would be useless in stormy weather or in fog.

The Hussars left behind a Colt-Maxim and a heliograph for our usage.

If there is no sun I cannot heliograph and I have a host of signals to look up and get ready.

To this shot the heliograph flashed a cordial expression of approval.

That meal done, he sat beside his heliograph to await the time.

And the glass of water she lifted pierced like a heliograph into the room.

Far across the plains I saw a flashing light, as of a heliograph.

Well, I guess that's because the heliograph is so much more secret.

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