Telegraphic+despatch

  • 1 despatch — I. v. a. [Written also Dispatch.] 1. Send away (in haste). 2. Kill, slay, slaughter, assassinate, put to death, send out of the world. 3. Hasten, expedite, accelerate, forward, speed, quicken, finish, conclude, wind up, push or urge forward,… …

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  • 2 1854 in Wales — This article is about the particular significance of the year 1854 to Wales and its people. Incumbents*Prince of Wales Edward Albert, son of Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom *Princess of Wales vacant Events*October 31 David Davies (Dai r… …

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  • 3 telegram — n. Telegraphic despatch …

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  • 4 Invention of radio — Great Radio Controversy redirects here. For the album by the band Tesla, see The Great Radio Controversy. Contents 1 Physics of wireless signalling 2 Theory of electromagnetism …

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  • 5 Pigeon post — is the use of homing pigeons to carry messages. As a method of communication, it is likely as old as the ancient Persians from whom the art of training the birds probably came. The Romans used pigeon messengers to aid their military over 2000… …

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  • 6 Anglo-Zulu War — Infobox Military Conflict conflict=Anglo Zulu War partof= caption= A recent depiction of the Battle of Rorke s Drift date=11 January 1879 4 July 1879 place=South Africa result=Decisive British Victory End of the Independent Zulu Nation combatant1 …

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  • 7 General Post Office — The General Post Office (GPO) was officially established in England in 1660 by Charles II and it eventually grew to combine the functions of both the state postal system and telecommunications carrier. Similar General Post Offices were… …

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  • 8 No. 144 Squadron RAF — Squadron 144 RAF crest No. 144 Squadron, RAF, was a British aviation and missle squadron during World War I, World War II, and the Cold War. Contents 1 World War I …

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