code book


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code book

[′kōd ‚bu̇k]
(communications)
A book containing a large number of plaintext words, phrases, and sentences and their codetext equivalents.
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In order to systematically collect data from the Disney Princess movies, the primary author created a code book to conduct content analysis.
All disagreements and concerns were addressed and the code book was altered to clarify any unclear descriptions.
Dr Dmitry Gordenin said the proteins may have caused "many mutations" across the human genome, or genetic code book and it was possible APOBEC-triggered mutations and viral infection were linked.
be the scene of now in languages of simultaneous news the code book
The traffic code book states clearly that the other driver should give way!
It was passed to retired expert Neville Walbridge, who finally last month got a Canadian research team to break it using a First World War artillery code book. Mr Walbridge said: "After the war all the code books were destroyed.
According to the GCHQ, the message probably is encoded with a codebook or one-time pad encoding system prevalent during the time and deciphering it may require the same code book.
It is being assumed that it may be based on a specific code book put together for a particular operation, which would probably have now been destroyed.
GCHQ said the message consisting of 27 five-letter encoded words cannot be deciphered without its code book.
It was a key setting of bestselling novel The Da Vinci Code book, by Dan Brown.
of Iowa) presents a casebook on family property law, focusing on the Uniform Probate Code and the Uniform Trust Code (although use of an accompanying code book is expected).
We recently had the pleasure of receiving a letter about an old game code book from Leonard P.