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Tap code The tap code , sometimes called the knock code , is a way to encode messages, letter by letter, in a very simple way and transmit it using a series of tap sounds, hence its name.
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To ask someone whether they prefer an aisle or window seat is one of those casual queries that never receives a lukewarm answer. Aisle folks staunchly believe that theirs is the best — slightly more leg room (albeit at risk of getting run over by a cart), more breathing room in general and the bonus of not being trapped by two other passengers. Blog | Blog Archive | Aisle vs Window: The great debate
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