What is Morse?

  • (noun): A telegraph code in which letters and numbers are represented by strings of dots and dashes (short and long signals).
    Synonyms: Morse code, international Morse code
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Stratified Morse Theory - See Also
... Digital Morse theory Discrete Morse theory Morse theory Level set method. ...
Levi Lapper Morse - Family and Education
... Morse was the son of Charles Morse from Stratton St Margaret, near Swindon in Wiltshire ... Their son William Ewart Morse was also a Liberal politician in Wiltshire and a Member of Parliament ...
Sing It High: A Collection Of Singles - Tracklist
... "The Change" (from Neal Morse's It's Not Too Late, 2001) 425 2 ... "Sing It High" (from Neal Morse's Testimony, 2003) 335 4 ... "All I Ask For" (from Neal Morse's Sola Scriptura, 2007) 359 6 ...
Susan E. Morse
... Morse (born 1952) is an American film editor with more than 30 film credits ... Morse has been elected to membership in the American Cinema Editors ... Morse was first female varsity captain in Yale history, in 1972/73, when she co-captained the field hockey team with Lawrie Mifflin ...
Morse, Saskatchewan - Demographics
... Canada census – Morse, Saskatchewan Community Profile 2006 ... Population Land area Population density Median age Total private dwellings Mean household income 236 (+-4.8% from ...

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