Murray code

Murray code

[′mər·ē ‚kōd]
(communications)
A binary code with five binary digits per letter which was developed to be used with a typewriterlike device which would punch holes in paper tape, and is now the basis of the widely used CCIT 2 code.
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The Murray code actually introduced what became known as 'control characters' -- the CR (Carriage Return) and LF (Line Feed) codes.
HERE WE THROW: Paul Blackburn throws club-mate Stuart Murray Code zz110411JUDO-2 GOLD STRIKE: Luke Cooney, Daisy Faulkner and Ryan Williams (left) Code zz110411GOLD TITLES: Young judo players and their coaches from the Seaforth -based Is-Sho-Ni Judo Club celebrate their medals success Code zz110411 JUDO-1
ACC Pat Gallan with Mark Whitworth, CEO Peel airports, Insp Steve Melia, Sgt Jane Oliver and Andy Gower (airport director) Pictures: ANDREW TEEBAY/at040908dairport-1; Sgt Jane Oliver speaking to traveller Samantha Murray Code at040908dairport-2
This paper, along with the paper by Marcello Barbieri, are placed first because in my view these two papers taken together spell out most clearly and straightforwardly the significance and the problematic nature of this question (although to gain a full picture of the complexity of this question these two papers should be read in conjunction with the last paper by Murray Code).
The last paper, Murray Code's 'Life, Thought, and Morality: Or, Does Matter Really Matter?' offers another radical critique of mainstream thought, and of all the contributors, is most resolutely opposed to scientific objectivism.
(18.) Murray Code, Order & Organism: Steps to a Whiteheadian Philosophy of Mathematics & the Natural Sciences, Albany: State University of New York Press, 1985.
(19.) Murray Code, Myths of Reason: Vagueness, Rationality and the Lure of Logic, New Jersey: Humanities Press, 1995.
The final paper is Murray Code's 'On Letting the Dialectic Go'.
TOUGH TUSSLE: Kieran Gilfoyle finds himself under pressure from Barlows' Josh Cummins; RIGHT FOOTER: Dilon O'Callaghan lines up a shot for Waddicar under-10s in their 1-0 win over Barlows in the Hightown League code: 121105p; BRAVE SAVE: Barlows' Jake Connor is denied by Jay Jay Murray code: 121105m; CRUNCHING TACKLE: Peter Hendry tries to; win the ball back for Barlows code: 121105l