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  • n  photograph reduced to the size of a dot (usually for purposes of security)

  • Curiously enough, police searching Helen Kroger's handbag had found a microdot message from Lonsdale's wife and a six-page handwritten letter in Russian from Lonsdale in reply.
  • Their modest home was littered with the latest espionage devices, ranging from microdot readers to long-range radio-transmission equipment.
  • Along with $6,500 and a promise of a monthly $500 retainer, he was given a miniature tape recorder, secret writing paper and a deciphering code for microdot messages.

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