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The pole which had been used to convey the wigwag signals was now out of sight.

If it be a Graycoat, it will answer with the same, the wigwag: "I'm a Squirrel, too."

After parleying for a while, one of the landing party was seen to wigwag.

Unlike the "wigwag" system, the whole letter is shown at once.

The signal outfit consists of the International Code, Navy numerals and wigwag flags.

After that there was less pompous dignity and less hysteria, although the toes continued to wigwag.

The battery in general was also put through a strenuous course in the use of the semaphore and the wigwag.

The absence of the "wigwag" system made it impossible to convey intelligible messages.

It is more convenient for windy weather, because the flags are shorter and smaller than the flags of the three-motion wigwag.

He is due now—the Wigwag train from Pont du Sable ought to be in any minute.

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