Glossary, second page

OWR –

Report of wheel orders run made daily at 1500 (GCT). (see CWR)

Print report –

The wheel order, pairs, and position of a print obtained from the bombes run in Dayton.

Problem instructions –

This term is used broadly to indicate any discussion of problems originated by Washington.

Problem report –

Report of problem being run in Dayton, also the predecessor of the CWR, etc.

Problem –

The setup for a problem as sent from Washington to Dayton.

Production model –

Applies only to bombes.

Service –

This term is used broadly to indicate all plain text messages pertaining only to details of the teletype circuit and the encryption and decryption of enciphered messages.

SWR –

Report of wheel orders run made daily at 1900 (GCT). (see CWR)

Wa. –

Washington

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