Oraciones con la palabra "cipher"

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  1. Orders are given in cipher.
  2. But the true cipher breakdown.
  3. A mystic cipher waits infolded.
  4. Or maybe they needed a better cipher.
  5. Her decision to not give him the cipher.

  6. His gaze demanded she enter the cipher.
  7. He hadn’t pried the cipher from her mind.
  8. That’s why she couldn’t give up the cipher.
  9. She could have given you the cipher at any time.
  10. The only way to stop that is to give me the cipher.
  11. You will give me the cipher, Ramie, Jevan said.
  12. I cannot be conquered by such a cipher as he!.
  13. Leave me alone to cipher out a way so we can run in the.
  14. For that, I think, we shall need a special code or cipher.
  15. Google translate spat this out for me to scrawl into cipher:.

  16. Therefore the order probably was deliberate and might then be the cipher.
  17. He’s always been, despite that menacing jollity of his, sort of a cipher.
  18. He went to school at the age of forty, and learned to read, to write, to cipher.
  19. Using this crude cipher on a line by line basis would sometimes result in telex.
  20. If it wasn't for the help of the Cipher Squadron his forces very well could've lost.
  21. A was N, the fourteen letter of the alphabet, and so represented by XIV in the cipher.
  22. It works much the same as a basic replacement cipher except that there is much more.
  23. What do you have to say to that, child? Lou Cipher asked a very terrified Monica.
  24. He’d asked specifically about the cipher only once, the time when she’d broken down.
  25. Blackburn had been a cipher specialist working in Paris when Anna and Travis were there.

  26. During the whole train journey, he tried to break the cipher but none of the words answered.
  27. Backing 2 (theatre& adepts), Followers 2 (his cult in egypt already exists and has Cipher 2.
  28. It was a simple cipher, used by Obrecht numerous times in the past to contact him with jobs.
  29. It's a really simple cipher, but that's the most coherent, strongest solution we’ve found.
  30. You give me the cipher and let me inside your head for thirty seconds, and I’ll consider it.
  31. Finishing the code, she then ran the Sariceans’ files through the cipher using her encryption key.
  32. I remembered his nicknames for her: “Simple Cipher,” “The Headless Hausfrau,” “Blonde Cow.
  33. Underneath is written in a hand so shaky as to be hardly legible, 'Beddoes writes in cipher to say H.
  34. Simon had said it was the key to the whole operation, and it occurred to Stuart to try it on his cipher.
  35. We both had both been in to hip hop since we were kids and it turned out Dug didnt mind a bit of a cipher.
  36. That’s what Trevast had told her as he died, and that’s why she’d fought so hard to keep the cipher to herself.
  37. Stuart was certain that Simon never did anything without a reason, and he was pretty sure that there was a cipher in all this.
  38. Benedetto could read, write, and cipher perfectly, for when the fit seized him, he learned more in a day than others in a week.
  39. Before one of them could turn around to see who the culprit was that interrupted their cipher, Brian pulled out his Smith and Wesson 40.
  40. A cipher clerk, a guard or perhaps the chauffeur may be a KGB officer and possess a higher rank than senior diplomats including the ambassador.
  41. I have bestowed much pains upon the cipher, and am, notwithstanding this, deficient in some points which might enable me to understand it clearly.
  42. He considered the possibility that it was scrambled but, ultimately, decided using the first letter of each word in the clue wasn't the correct cipher.
  43. And if she had given up the cipher on the Obsidian, the Saricean’s files would be in an intelligence committee whose members were handpicked by me.
  44. I’m going to win the Planet Earth, and as soon as I have The Singularity, I’ll toss the whole planet into the sun! Lou Cipher said with a diabolical laugh.
  45. Sir: I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your Excellency's letter of instructions, the letter of credence, and the cipher for carrying on my correspondence.
  46. She typed in a long string of code as if she was recounting a nursery rhyme, not entering in a virtually unbreakable cipher she’d undoubtedly created back on Caruth.
  47. He had written it in Sanskrit, which was his mother tongue, and he had encoded the even lines in the private cipher of the Emperor Augustus and the odd ones in a Lacedemonian military code.
  48. Sir: I am favored with another opportunity of writing to you by a private conveyance; and think it probable, at this season, that the frequency of these will render it unnecessary to write to you in cipher.
  49. He parks up in front of a solid nineteen-thirties semi-detached house, its bow front belly and mock Tudor adornments standing proudly against the night sky, a cipher for deep suburban, middle-aged contentment.
  50. And I gave him a cipher telegram to Joe—an order to invest my store of cash, which meant practically my whole fortune, in the gilt-edged securities that were to be had for cash at a small fraction of their actual value.
  51. Sir Robin Algar was able to report that he had already set in train plans for a special video link hot line and a one-off cipher for use during the operation, and that he was meeting a top official from the Bank of England tomorrow.
  52. We could repeat the "rules," but we could not "parse;" we could cipher, but our sums would not "prove;" we could rattle off the productions of Italy—"corn, wine, silk and oil"—but we could not "bound" the State in which we lived.
  53. It really was unbreakable, because it was similar to a substitution cipher but based on a story that Robert Puller had created and then taught, word for word, to his younger brother over and over until even all these years later Puller could remember it in detail.
  54. First of all, Sir Robin Algar had a meeting in his office with Air Commodore Paul Bridges and a cipher expert, and, much later, Tony Weaver had word that the President would want to talk to him on the hot line tomorrow afternoon, at about nine o’clock Washington time.
  55. At present, it is only necessary for me to add, that the Governor will furnish you with a cipher for carrying on your correspondence; and that, in case the leading party in any of the States wished to open a communication with this Government, their views might be communicated through you.
  56. The Air Commodore now knows that we want an additional, secure hot line to Washington, he also knows we need a special code and cipher system for a Top Secret operation, and he knows I have met with the Head of Security at the Bank of England, and why I did so - Vaughan is an old friend of his, and a retired Commander from Scotland Yard by the way.
  57. He made codes like Justinian, he dictated like Caesar, his conversation was mingled with the lightning-flash of Pascal, with the thunderclap of Tacitus, he made history and he wrote it, his bulletins are Iliads, he combined the cipher of Newton with the metaphor of Mahomet, he left behind him in the East words as great as the pyramids, at Tilsit he taught Emperors.
  58. Once you split yourself into unconnected aspects, once you split the way you relate to other humans, once you can treat an employee, a customer, a clerk, as a mere cipher, then you have also split-destroyed not only your own connectiveness, your own ability to love, trust, to change, grow, learn, but you have also split-destroyed your own humanity, your ability to be a whole person.
  59. I will not make use of the post offices when I can avoid it, because private occasions supersede the necessity of writing in cipher; and the contempt of decency and principles, which forms part of the morals of the subaltern officers of a democracy, would incline them to break a seal with the same indifference that they break their words, when either curiosity or interest is to be indulged.
  60. Napoleon was accustomed to gaze steadily at war; he never added up the heart-rending details, cipher by cipher; ciphers mattered little to him, provided that they furnished the total, victory; he was not alarmed if the beginnings did go astray, since he thought himself the master and the possessor at the end; he knew how to wait, supposing himself to be out of the question, and he treated destiny as his equal: he seemed to say to fate, Thou wilt not dare.
  61. I have compared the example with my own exemplification of the cipher, and find a difference in the results; and as the present moment seems favorable to the interference of His Majesty's Government in the measures pursued by the Federal party in the Northern States, and more especially as the Assembly of Massachusetts is now in session, I think it better to set forward immediately, than wait for any further explanation of the means of carrying on a secret correspondence, which the frequency of safe private conveyances to Canada will render almost wholly unnecessary.
  62. And forthwith cipher and show me to a cent,.
  1. Which is it? If in 2006, Richard had not been able to give his daughter anything for four years with there being nine years left of his sentence, in 2007 wouldn’t he have not given his daughter a present in five years with eight years remaining on his sentence? I know jailbirds don’t usually have reputations as scholastic superstars, but it doesn’t take much mathematical aptitude to arrive at that piece of ciphering properly.
  1. Ciphered message sent via Codex.
  2. Anyway, it lays there a long time and gets rusty; and by and by somebody finds an old yellow paper that tells how to find the marks—a paper that's got to be ciphered over about a week because it's mostly signs and hy'roglyphics.
  3. When he had ciphered it out he told me how we was to do; then we went and waited around the spoon-basket till we see Aunt Sally coming, and then Tom went to counting the spoons and laying them out to one side, and I slid one of them up my sleeve, and Tom says:.
  4. Any code used by the Formo-Creators of the brain (mostly, these are all possible VVU-Configurations of Formo-copies) — due to its holographousness — admits absolutely different variants of restructuring and interpretation of the VVU-Information initially ciphered in it.
  5. It cannot be otherwise: if the designations that have been initially included in it represented an exact copy of the original ciphered in it, then the Formo-Creators of the brain simply wouldn’t had any chances for its multivariant deciphering, that is, all variants of decisions made by a personality would have been only unambiguous, which doesn’t correspond anyhow to the principles of duvuyllerrtness and skrruullerrtness of all qualitative Levels of the Creative Dynamics of Energy-Plasma.
  6. Through the Creative Activity of the Formo-Creators of our Self-Consciousness on the Levels of a high-qualitative resopason, we as if “attract” the dynamics of our FCA to the NUU-VVU-Configurations that are already initially structured by this flaks VVU-Information (together with the FLAKS-Idea ciphered in it), “unpack-unfold” it in the high-frequency part of our information space, after which it is immediately karmo-quantized by our best Conceptions (already existing SFUURMM-Forms about architecture) of the future house and transforms in our Imagination into a particular image, which then is put on paper (that is, primitively “materialized”) in the form of a schematic picture or a detailed drawing of the house, which, perhaps, one day will be manifested in “future” stages of our rotation Cycle.
  1. They were ciphers to be ruled by the whip.
  2. You will all learn to read and write and to do ciphers.
  3. It was ful of codes and ciphers, bloody nightmare it was.
  4. Such and such a pick-axe with the idea, such a pick with ciphers.
  5. The ciphers would mainly be held down by me and Tilly but heaps of lads had there moments.
  6. Did my secret self put those ciphers there? Feed zero, get zero? So I, John Redleigh, sum myself.
  7. I shall be setting up a special hot line for this operation, with new one-off ciphers and that sort of thing.
  8. She remembered long hours agonizing over ciphers made difficult because they were based on Shanghai criminal jargon.
  9. The ciphers are powerful and ambitious; they only depend on the speed of the creation and actuation of diverse Bank3Sector.
  10. On Wednesdays the whole wing cooked and ate a big meal together and then did the dishs so this is when the ciphers went down.
  11. Our own codes and ciphers are always being changed, of course, both the diplomatic and defence ones, so there are plenty of experts about.
  12. Stuart had always had a head for things like chess and brainteaser, and he always felt that if required he would be pretty good at deciphering ciphers.
  13. Remember what I said - both senders and recipients need access to the same codes and ciphers, and I don’t want to disseminate them worldwide if that’s not necessary, for obvious security reasons.
  14. It did not come with the torture of the citizens, their treatment as ciphers, it did not come with the rigging of elections, it did not come with the falling standard of living, with the few fabulously rich.
  15. I am fairly familiar with all forms of secret writings, and am myself the author of a trifling monograph upon the subject, in which I analyze one hundred and sixty separate ciphers; but I confess that this is entirely new to me.
  16. I am fairly familiar with all forms of secret writings, and am myself the author of a trifling monograph upon the subject, in which I analyze one hundred and sixty separate ciphers, but I confess that this is entirely new to me.
  17. When Lydgate was taking part in the conversation, she never looked towards him any more than if she had been a sculptured Psyche modelled to look another way: and when, after being called out for an hour or two, he re-entered the room, she seemed unconscious of the fact, which eighteen months before would have had the effect of a numeral before ciphers.
  18. Napoleon was accustomed to gaze steadily at war; he never added up the heart-rending details, cipher by cipher; ciphers mattered little to him, provided that they furnished the total, victory; he was not alarmed if the beginnings did go astray, since he thought himself the master and the possessor at the end; he knew how to wait, supposing himself to be out of the question, and he treated destiny as his equal: he seemed to say to fate, Thou wilt not dare.
  19. One was called "The Book of Liveries," in which he described seven hundred and three liveries, with their colours, mottoes, and ciphers, from which gentlemen of the court might pick and choose any they fancied for festivals and revels, without having to go a-begging for them from anyone, or puzzling their brains, as the saying is, to have them appropriate to their objects and purposes; "for," said he, "I give the jealous, the rejected, the forgotten, the absent, what will suit them, and fit them without fail.

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