Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of intercept.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of intercept.

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Examples

  • In regards to live POWs being taken off Site 85, further research reveals that the LPDR Company 18 mentioned in the intercepts is the

    Memorandum

  • On Wednesday night, state television here played what it described as intercepts of phone discussions between active-duty and retired military officers that referred to a plot to take Miraflores, the presidential palace.

    Signs of the Times

  • However, NSA technology for intercepts is ** mass** spying, automatically listening for key words in huge masses of traffic, so the NSA may be spying on ** anyone** who mentions those phrases in an international call, not just specific people.

    Paranoia « BuzzMachine

  • “However, NSA technology for intercepts is ** mass** spying, automatically listening for key words in huge masses of traffic, so the NSA may be spying on ** anyone** who mentions those phrases in an international call, not just specific people.”

    Paranoia « BuzzMachine

  • The irony of the Venona intercepts is that had they been more widely shared with those in power at the time, we could have avoided an opportunistic fearmonger like Senator McCarthy by going after the real spies and not branding anyone who ever thought the little guy should get a fair break every once in a while a Communist infiltrator.

    Edward R. Murrow: God or not? « BuzzMachine

  • Although I haven't investigated particular cases, in reviewing some intercepts from the 267th SAM Regiment, one in particular has caught our eye.

    Memorandum

  • But I’ll confess I would not be completely astonished if, under the new legal regime, some proportion of federal drug investigations hadn’t increased their reliance on intercepts from the overseas associates of domestic drug criminals, whose communciations would require a Title III warrant for a direct intercept.

    Your Year in Wiretaps

  • The NORAD major said most of the intercepts were the result of Russian bombers “departing from the flight plan of the exercise they filed and approaching NORAD airspace.”

    How the End Begins

  • Administration officials referred to the intercepts as Magic; it appears their reference was to diplomatic messages in the Purple code system.

    DAY OF DECEIT

  • Graph the following equations; calculate the slope, x-intercept, and y-intercept, and label the intercepts on the graph.

    Yahoo! Answers: Latest Questions

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