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code·book

 (kōd′bo͝ok′)
n.
A book that lists the symbols of a code and their meanings.

codebook

(ˈkəʊdˌbʊk)
n
a book containing the means to decipher a code
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Fleming hatched an audacious plan to crash a captured German bomber into the sea near a ship carrying M4 codebooks.
A DRAMATIC re-enactment of the mission in which a Midland war hero helped seize vital Enigma codebooks from a German U-boat will kick off this year's British Military tournament - in front of the Royal Family.
We stand by our statement of 22 November 2012 that without access to the relevant codebooks and details of any additional encryption used, the message will remain impossible to decrypt," they said.
Tommy, who was now 16, and two other crewmen, First Lieutenant Tony Fasson and Colin Graizer, swam over to the stricken boat to retrieve invaluable documents, including two codebooks, which they passed out to Tommy just as the submarine dragged the two officers to their deaths.
In her 1988 paper White Privilege and Male Privilege: A personal account of coming to see correspondences through work in women's studies, Peggy McIntosh writes that privilege is like "an invisible package of unearned assets a an invisible, weightless knapsack of special provisions, assurances, tools, maps, guides, codebooks, passports, visas, clothes, compass, emergency gear, and blank checks.
The crew abandoned the rapidly-filling U-boat but three members of the Petard's crew - Tony Fasson, the ship's first lieutenant, from Jedburgh, Colin Grazier, from Tamworth, Staffordshire, and Tommy Brown, a 16-year-old canteen assistant who had given officers the slip to join the mission - went in search of the codebooks.
Overarching XBRL rules are provided so the codebooks can be modified by companies--through the creation of extension elements to address company specific needs without loss of understanding by others.
26, differences between Class1 and Class2 codebooks are discussed.
The Generalized Lloyd Algorithm (GLA) has been used to design codebooks of every region, i.
Because the data files themselves are numeric and have no information about the surveys from which the data were collected, I must rely on accompanying codebooks (either electronic or print) that contain information about the purpose of the surveys, how and by whom the data were collected, and the methodologies used.
Also, this scheme can provide different compression ratios like JPEG does with the same codebooks.
White privilege, as Peggy McIntosh notes, "is like an invisible weightless knapsack of special provisions, maps, passports, codebooks, visas, clothes, tools, and blank checks.