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- n. Obsolete form of intelligence.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Intelligence.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as intelligence.
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Most CIA and intelligency agency releases about the Israeli arsenal and delivery systems are long overdue for public release.
The problem, after 9 years, is that our intelligency agencies do not communicate.
I personally would not want my family, myself, friends and neighbors under investigation of the CIA, FBI or any other intelligency agency of the U.S.
We have the best intelligency agencies in the world and if you don't believe it, stay tunned.
If you think you can operate like the Taliban within our United States you better have enough money to leave this country because the FBI, CIA and all other intelligency agencies know who you are.
The Commander-in-Chief and President Rafael Correa asserted that the national intelligency system had been inflitrated by the CIA and that there are illegitimate links between the secret service and foreign agencies.
I just checked my campus mail and found a letter in it from Colonel Yigal Carmon, late of Israeli military intelligency, now an official at the Middle East Media Research Organization, or MEMRI.
Ben Menashe, a former Israeli intelligency agent turned political consultant, who has been under cross-examination by the defence, was asked Monday if the motive behind the recordings was to use the contents of the tapes as evidence against the accused in court.
The report quoted Joshua Takawira, head of joint security forces in the town comprising the army, the national intelligency unit and the police, as saying the man was killed by stray bullet.
Cronin said there were indications that a first force, linked to the intelligency community of the previous government, and not a third force were involved.