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Meanings and phrases
- apparatus used to communicate at a distance over a wire (usually in Morse code); telegraphy
- send cables, wires, or telegrams; cable; wire
- a form to use when sending a telegram
- key consisting of a lever that sends a telegraph signal when it is depressed and the circuit is closed
- the wire that carries telegraph and telephone signals; telephone wire; telephone line; telegraph wire
- By 24 January a telegraph line reached Prahsue.
- He was a draughtsman on the telegraph line for Darwent & Dalwood.
- (A physical break in the telegraph line would have the same effect.)
- someone who transmits messages by telegraph; telegrapher; telegraphist
- Cody then worked as a telegraph operator for the Canadian Pacific Railway.
- Her father worked at a steel mill, while her mother worked as a telegraph operator.
- In the following year, he began work as a telegraph operator for the Canadian Pacific Railway.
- erect tropical Asian shrub whose small lateral leaflets rotate on their axes and jerk up and down under the influence of sunshine; semaphore plant; Codariocalyx motorius; Desmodium motorium; Desmodium gyrans
- tall pole supporting telephone wires; telephone pole; telegraph post
- tall pole supporting telephone wires; telephone pole; telegraph pole
- the wire that carries telegraph and telephone signals; telephone wire; telephone line; telegraph line
- the use of radio to send telegraphic messages (usually by Morse code); radiotelegraph; radiotelegraphy; wireless telegraphy
- Corrour sub post and telegraph office closed on 5 March 1977.
- Post town and money order and telegraph office, Wangford (R.S.O.)
- The post and telegraph office, Patna was built in Gothic Revival architectural style.
- He installed the railway telegraph lines between Edinburgh and Glasgow.
- The House machine was used on four main American telegraph lines by 1852.
- His army wrecked of railroad and numerous bridges and miles of telegraph lines.
- In 1901 a telegraph cable station was established on Direction Island.
- The first transatlantic telegraph cable was laid by cable layers in 1857–58.
- The first submarine telegraph cable started its operation in Gibraltar in 1870.
- In the 1890s, it housed a wireless telegraph station.
- It was briefly the world's most powerful telegraph station.
- At that time it received a telegraph station and six 16-pounder guns.