tele graphed

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telegraph   (těl'ĭ-grāf')  Pronunciation Key 
A communications system in which a message in the form of short, rapid electric impulses is sent, either by wire or radio, to a receiving station. Morse code is often used to encode messages in a form that is easily transmitted through electric impulses.
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