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What sentence do the following paragraphs encode?

Look lad. Light looms lad. See light shows. Silly silly shows. See.

Lately seven lemurs sang. La la la. Like seven skylarks. Stupidly.

Sit somewhere. Slice some sausages.

Send loaves. Lotsa sandwich loaves soon. Limes. Some sour lozenges. Some leeks. Some large sauerkraut sausages. Some long sauerkraut sausages. Like sandwich length long.

Shoot leopards.

Lets stop lighting socks. Stop stop. Stop lighting long socks. Stop stop stop stop. Stop. Someone lit socks.

Lucy says. Lie lie lie. Loudly.

Someone lurched.

Loud singers like shouting. Ludicrously loud long. Loud singers shouting. Shhhhhhh.

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The answer is

MORSE CODE IS ACTUALLY A CIPHER NOT A CODE

which is encoded as

morse code, obviously. Starting with L gives - and S gives .

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  • $\begingroup$ Yessir. But why S and L in particular? $\endgroup$ – Richard Roe Dec 12 '15 at 18:02
  • $\begingroup$ Short and Long :-) $\endgroup$ – Carl Löndahl Dec 12 '15 at 18:03
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    $\begingroup$ Long and short indeed. $\endgroup$ – Richard Roe Dec 12 '15 at 18:04

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