telegraphy

[ tuh-leg-ruh-fee ]SEE DEFINITION OF telegraphy
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A woodpecker's telegraphy broke the quiet like a volley of pistol shots.

And in 1869 Lowestoft was not much more than a village, and telegraphy was in its infancy.

In the age of telegraphy, that disaster would have been averted.

Locomotives and telegraphy are mere snails compared to thought.

But had the last word in telegraphy been spoken, when it was invented?

Not even the demands of telegraphy will rouse them to robust activity.

Thus, in the style of telegraphy, as though he wrote in hot haste.

A parallel example is recorded in the twin art of telegraphy.

This was long before the time of telegraphy or even of railroads.

He, like the first, was a specialist in signalling and telegraphy.

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nouncommunication by electronic air waves
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