Bensnger's Special Edition of Complete Phrase Code (nearly 1000 Million Combinations): (with a Difference of at Least 2 Letters in Each Code-word)

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C. Bensinger Company, 1921 - Cipher and telegraph codes - 346 pages
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Page v - Code language is composed (a) of real words not forming comprehensible phrases, and (&) of combinations of letters having the appearance of real words." "(b) The combination of letters (which must also be within the limit of ten letters) must be "pronounceable according to the usage of one of the above-mentioned languages.
Page v - ... must also be within the limit of ten letters) must be "pronounceable according to the usage of one of the above-mentioned languages." (Note the languages referred to are English, French, German, Dutch, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese or Latin.) "Combinations formed by the running together of liona, fide words are prohibited.

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