- Abbreviation of intelligence. (Wiktionary)
“A Democratic Administration has proven that America does not need to break laws in order to obtain intel from the terrorists we capture.”
“Provided our intel is good, this will end up being the 4th successful bust this year for the newly formed Gen-Crimes Task Force.”
“I have my reasons for this of course but suffice it to say that his ignorance of certain intel community practices and internal history is underscored by his personal assertions contrary to the reality.”
“IÃ¢â ‚ ¬â „ ¢m not sure how reliable this intel is right now.”
“Also intel is helped by the fact they have more cores which gives you more threads.”
“And getting your intel from the papers is the kind of stuff that got us into the war in the first place. roger”
“Turns out their intel is bad, and it will be a lot harder than he thinks.”
“September 12, 2008 at 12: 09 am hmmm. sadly … i believe this may be true. and if it is … Osama will be gone. its a ridiculous god damn plan. if this all goes the way its supposedly going to … no one will even bother to ask how long his whereabouts were known. if something goes wrong, Bush will blame bat intel from the CIA but make no reforms. rotgut says:”
“I'd use the opportunity to gain intel into their thinking if anything.”
“She had simply became too old to perform the tricks required to obtain intel from foreign sources.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘intel’.
Words only (I left out the expressions) from Geza Kerenyi's EN-HU interpreters' dictionary. Most of them pose some difficulty when interpreted between HU and EN in either or both directions.
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( personal list, randomness )
Words that might have something to do with the most beautiful state in the union.
Looking for tweets for intel.