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: D'you know, without your glasses, you don't look half bad. Hester Wallace
: Do you know, without my glasses, nor do you?
: I seem to move in an endless circle, Mr. Jericho, from one patronizing male to another, always telling me what I am and am not allowed to know. Well, that ends here.
: Every day, our Typex machines have to be set the same way the Germans set their Enigmas. And figuring out the settings is the hard part. That's where the code breakers come in. Hester Wallace
: What would Claire need to decipher the settings? Tom Jericho
: She'd need a crib. Let's say this tombstone was in code. If I knew more or less who's buried here, I'd have a pretty good idea what the code meant. You try to work out the settings and then type the coded message into the Enigma machine. If the message comes out nonsense, the settings are wrong. If it comes out "Mary Jane Hawkins," you've broken Enigma for that day.
: Well done, Mr. Jericho, well done! Tom Jericho
: Given the circumstances, Miss Wallace, I think we might risk first names. Hester Wallace
: Hester. Tom Jericho
: That makes me feel really stupid. Hester Wallace
: You're not the one with the Kestrel intercepts stuffed down your knickers.