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smoke signal

[′smōk ‚sig·nəl]
(ordnance)
A pyrotechnic item designed to produce a sign by means of smoke and used, for example, to provide identification, location, or warning.
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Sorry, but we don't have staff to receive snail-mail, FAXes, smoke signals, semaphore or heliograph.
To find comfort, Casey becomes obsessed with building fires to send smoke signals to her mother, hoping she'll see them and come back.
Pope Bendict timeline PAGE 5 Excited young Brummies PAGE 6 Troubled times for Rome PAGE 7 A day in life of Benedict PAGE 10 The road to Birmingham PAGE 11 Your questions for Pope PAGE 12 A saint in the making PAGE 13 Priest's lifelong mission PAGE 14 My miraculous curePAGE 15 Relics, saints and shrines PAGE 16 Cardinal remembered PAGE 17 The Newman gay claim PAGE 18 Support from all faiths PAGE 19 Coventry nuns on run PAGE 21 The Falklands crisisPAGE 22 John Paul II hysteriaPAGE 23 Contraception debate PAGE 25 Vatican's smoke signals PAGE 26 The tale of female pope PAGE 29 Dark shadow of abuse PAGE 30 Day the world stood still PAGE 31 The pride of Birmingham PAGE 32
Pope Bendict timeline PAG P E 5 Excited young Brummies PAG P E 6 Troubled times for Rome PAG P E 7 A day in life of Benedict PAG P E 10 The road to Birmingham PAG P E 11 Your questions for Pope PAG P E 12 A saint in the making PAG P E 13 Priest's lifelong mission PAG P E 14 My miraculous curePAG P E 15 Relics, saints and shrines PAG P E 16 Cardinal remembered PAG P E 17 The Newman gay claim PAG P E 18 Support from all faiths PAG P E 19 Coventry nuns on run PAG P E 21 The Falklands crisisPAG P E 22 John Paul II hysteriaPAG P E 23 Contraception debate PAG P E 25 Vatican's smoke signals PAG P E 26 The tale of female pope PAG P E 29 Dark shadow of abuse PAG P E 30 Day the world stood still PAG P E 31 The pride of Birmingham PAG P E 32
You see, I now understand smoke signals, American Indian hand signals and have an A-level in "Cheyenne".
She describes the way that Smoke Signals proved "that American Indians can make a good commercial product" (61).
This article is taken from a presentation made to the Smoke Signals workshop run by the Australian Society of Clinical Hypnotherapists in February 2006.
For centuries, First Nations used smoke signals to communicate news, signal danger, or gather people to a specific area.
How apt that this environmental scoundrel should see fit to mock my history while puffing on a weed and sending up his own smoke signals.
For my sixtieth, I hope to get smoke signals that George is to appear before the International War Crimes Tribunal.
Without PM, you'll be reduced to sending smoke signals on the modern battlefield.