In literature:
What did he telegraph you?
"Madeline Payne, the Detective's Daughter" by Lawrence L. Lynch
There's no need of half the telegraphing that's done.
"The Jucklins" by Opie Read
You will make your headquarters there, where a field telegraph station has been established.
"The Boy Scout Automobilists" by Robert Maitland
No telegraph operator or records remain here.
"Manual of Military Training" by James A. Moss
Furthermore, there is no telegraph station there from which our robbery could be reported.
"Chasing an Iron Horse" by Edward Robins
The first telegraph actually constructed and used was set up at Goettingen.
"A History of the Nineteenth Century, Year by Year" by Edwin Emerson
Then I came back and telegraphed to you in Paris.
"The Stretton Street Affair" by William Le Queux
They are taken ashore and telegraphed to London.
"Seek and Find" by Oliver Optic
M. Kasansky, Acting Consul at Prague, telegraphed that Austro-Hungarian mobilization had been ordered.
"The Story of the Great War, Volume I (of 8)" by Various
Run to the tower and have the man there telegraph the circumstances and get someone to look for Griscom.
"Ralph on the Engine" by Allen Chapman
I went to the door and called for the military telegraph operator, whose instrument I had been permitted to monopolize.
"The Maids of Paradise" by Robert W. (Robert William) Chambers
I telegraphed to an address in Scotland which Sylvia had given me, but received no reply.
"Hushed Up" by William Le Queux
She must therefore wish that the answer to the telegraphic message should be awaited before the messenger is sent off.
"The Letters of Queen Victoria, Volume III (of 3), 1854-1861" by Queen of Great Britain Victoria
He was terribly vexed when Mr. Plumpton telegraphed for him.
"Lover or Friend" by Rosa Nouchette Carey
When the July telegraph brought the news of the victory at Romney (Western Virginia), it was about midnight.
"Diary from March 4, 1861, to November 12, 1862" by Adam Gurowski
The following is a brief exposition of the several steps which led to this form of the telegraph.
"Little Masterpieces of Science:" by Various
I telegraphed at once.
"The Red Hand of Ulster" by George A. Birmingham
Morgan caused Ellsworth to telegraph that Forrest had taken Murfreesboro' and had captured the entire garrison.
"History of Morgan's Cavalry" by Basil W. Duke
The telegraph clerk hesitated to sending such a message without instructions from his principals.
"Railway Adventures and Anecdotes extending over more than fifty years" by Various
If we cancel everything by telegraph he will be alarmed.
"Cynthia's Chauffeur" by Louis Tracy
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In poetry:
Bold Cyrus Field he said, says he,
I have a pretty notion
That I can run a telegraph
Across the Atlantic Ocean.
"How Cyrus Laid the Cable" by John Godfrey Saxe
And hail to thy Telegraph, thy glory and prime,
Defying all distance, and outstripping Time,
Extending its arms through the heart of the sea
And binding all Realms to the Land of the Free;
"The Triumph Of Liberty" by James Madison Bell
Then came the crisis, strange to say,
Which turned a good wife to a better.
A telegraphic peon, one day,
Brought her — now, had it been a letter
For Belial Machiavelli, I
Know Jane would just have let it lie.
"The Mare's Nest" by Rudyard Kipling
In telegraphic sentences half nodded to their friends,
They hint a matter's inwardness—and there the matter ends.
And while the Celt is talking from Valencia to Kirkwall,
The English—ah, the English!—don't say anything at all.
"The Puzzler" by Rudyard Kipling
Across the travelling landscape evenly drooped and lifted
The telegraph wires, thick ropes of snow in the windless air;
They drooped and paused and lifted again to unseen summits,
Drawing the eyes and soothing them, often, to a drowsy stare.
"Late Snow" by John Collings Squire
Like when his wife's own mother died 'fore Sifers could be found,
And all the neighbors far and wide a' all jes' chasin' round;
Tel finally--I had to laugh--it's jes' like Doc, you know,--
Was learnin' far to telegraph, down at the old deepo.
"Doc Sifers" by James Whitcomb Riley
In news:
Registration is under way for the Tyler Morning Telegraph's 33rd annual Big Buck Contest in advance of Saturday's opening of the regular deer season statewide.
The Telegraph said the camera will be the first in a line of tech accessories by will.i.am called i.am+.
From The Telegraph, Alton, Ill. South Bend Tribune.
"I dried out and put on a rubber exposure suit," the British newspaper The Telegraph quoted him as recalling.
Chabon's "Telegraph Avenue," was named one of 2012's notable books by The New York Times.
Chabon ties it all together in 'Telegraph Avenue'.
There's something peculiar about the area bordered by Shattuck and Telegraph avenues between 56th and 58th streets in North Oakland.
Michael Dell confided to a reporter from Britain's Sunday Telegraph this weekend that, like Oracle, he was offered the UK software company before HP bought it.
GREG JORDAN Bluefield Daily Telegraph.
Chabon's "Telegraph Avenue ," was named one of 2012's notable books by The New York Times.
One hospitalized in shooting near Telegraph Avenue .
Chris Jackson-Pool, Getty Images Files, Daily Telegraph.
Reuters Files, The Daily Telegraph.
From the Telegraph's Number Game project: No 17, Mark Farriba, Stratford, baseball/football.
The Telegraph also reported that modern Maya say that there is no concept of an apocalypse in their culture.
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In science:
In the physical mathematics the connection between the telegraph process and the electromagnetic theory strongly emerges.
Stochastic velocity motions and processes with random time
From (2.2) emerges that Xν (t) is a telegraph-type process similar to T (t) deﬁned in (1.1).
Stochastic velocity motions and processes with random time
De Gregorio, A., Iacus, S.M. (2008) Parametric estimation for standard and geometric telegraph process observed at discrete times.
Stochastic velocity motions and processes with random time
Ratanov, N. (2007) A jump telegraph model for option pricing.
Stochastic velocity motions and processes with random time
We continue this discussion with some telegraphic remarks concerning various aspects of the Chernoff bounds.
User-friendly tail bounds for sums of random matrices
This idea, applied to half of an EPR entangled pair of photons, is the basis of the faster-than-light ﬂash telegraph proposed by Herbert in the 1980’s .
Cloning Entangled Qubits to Scales One Can See
The no-cloning theorem was actually motivated by the impossibility of this ﬂash telegraph [3–5].
Cloning Entangled Qubits to Scales One Can See
Brownian motions, fractional Brownian motions and telegraph processes.
Compositions, Random Sums and Continued Random Fractions of Poisson and Fractional Poisson Processes
Key words: Bessel functions, Dirichlet distributions, fractional Poisson process, MittagLeﬄer functions, hyperspherical coordinates, Random ﬂights, Struve functions, telegraph and wave equations, Wigner law.
Flying randomly in $\mathbb{R}^d$ with Dirichlet displacements
Goldstein, On diffusion by discontinuousm ovements and the telegraphe quation, Quart. J.
On a directionally reinforced random walk
Goldstein introduced the telegrapher’s stochastic process in his seminal paper , which is a random motion driven by a homogeneous Poisson process.
Asymptotic Expansion for Distribution of Markovian Random Motion
This basic telegrapher process has been extended by M.
Asymptotic Expansion for Distribution of Markovian Random Motion
Goldstein-Kac’s telegraph process on the line, and its weak convergence to the one-dimensional Brownian motion is well-known.
Asymptotic Expansion for Distribution of Markovian Random Motion
On diffusion by discontinuous movements and on the telegraph equation.
Asymptotic Expansion for Distribution of Markovian Random Motion
Kac M. A stochastic model related to the telegrapher’s equation.
Asymptotic Expansion for Distribution of Markovian Random Motion
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