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cryptogram

[′krip·tə‚gram]
(communications)
Information written in code or cipher.
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The somewhat mysterious looking cryptograph "20+C+M+B+06" is rather easily decipherable.
Among those set to face Imperialism are Kentucky Derby tenth and Preakness seventh Borrego (to be ridden by Tyler Baze and 5-2 in the betting), Britt's Jules (Guy Smith, 6-1) and Round Table Stakes winner Cryptograph (Don Pettinger, 6-1).
IEC's classified system incorporates three functions, which include selective availability, anti-spoofing and the associated cryptograph, all which are required under the Global Positioning System Precise Positioning Service (PPS) requirements.
It is a cryptograph rather than a work of art; yet he may be allowed this small space here, among the painters whose greater success he celebrated in his haphazard but kindly Lives of the Artists.
5G), AES and Elliptic Curve Cryptograph, Hash Function and Message Digest, HMAC, Data Expansion Technique by P-hash (secret, seed), Pseudo-random Function for Key generation.