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While these broadly sensing cells were incommunicado, the brain also seemed to miss signals from other more specific taste cells, such as those for sensing bitterness.
The officers and privates were supposed to be strictly "incommunicado," but even these found means of communication.
HISTORY OF KERSHAW'S BRIGADED. AUGUSTUS DICKERT
So I did translate and they wanted to know if Marina was held incommunicado, and she answered.
WARREN COMMISSION (2 OF 26): HEARINGS VOL. II (OF 15)THE PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY
I get the impression that The Brain keeps incommunicado purposely.
THE BRAINALEXANDER BLADE
If we could have, we'd have even Introverted the Maintainer, broken all the ties that bind us, chanced it incommunicado.
THE BIG TIMEFRITZ REUTER LEIBER
How terrible it is one cannot realize until he has known those whose dear ones are confined incommunicado within that prison.
The prisoners in Seattle were held incommunicado for several days.
THE EVERETT MASSACREWALKER C. SMITH
I really was incommunicado so far as the outside world was concerned.
THE ROADJACK LONDON
Think of men, who cannot even read, put incommunicado for months at a time, for years even!
And now, seor, Colonel Urgo continued blandly, unfortunately you will be locked up incommunicado.
DUST OF THE DESERTROBERT WELLES RITCHIE

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