a sequence made up of letters or numbers that can encode or decode a polyalphabetic substitution cipher one letter at a time.
- Key-in-lock maneuver
key-in-lock maneuver n. A method by which obstetrical forceps are used to rotate the fetal head.
[lahr-goh] /ˈlɑr goʊ/ noun 1. one of the islands in the Florida Keys. 30 miles (48 km) long; 2 miles (3.2 km) wide.
[kee-lis] /ˈki lɪs/ adjective 1. lacking a or . 2. requiring no or : a keyless lock operated by a series of push buttons.
noun 1. (in photography or motion pictures) the main light that illuminates the subject being photographed or filmed. noun 1. (television, theatre, photog) the main stage or studio light that gives the required overall intensity of illumination