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  • noun Plural form of cryptographer.

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Examples

  • Rochefort appears to have been a quiet if curmudgeonly character, and his cryptographers were, in Mr. Carlson's words, "simple and unspectacular people, completely absorbed in their work."

    A Stealth Attack on Enemy Secrets

  • This book has been informed by the results of a multi-million dollar research project that has brought together a distinguished array of philosophers, ethicists, feminists, cognitive scientists, lawyers, cryptographers, engineers, policy analysts, government policy makers, and privacy experts.

    Discourse.net: Lessons from the Identity Trail Published Today

  • Messages from the Imperial Navy pile up, as do the hunches among those basement cryptographers.

    A Stealth Attack on Enemy Secrets

  • His Post op-ed follows more ordinary lines, offering the thin, tired, hyper-speculative arguments that have been the anti-Stratfordian stock in trade (leaving the cryptographers aside) for the past hundred years.

    Shakespeare Controversies

  • Republican cryptographers interpreted the election results that gave the GOP control of one house of Congress as a directive to demolish everything produced over the past two years -- health-care reform, Wall Street re-regulation and economic stimulus.

    Leo W. Gerard: The Voters' Message: Manufacturing a Solution

  • Republican cryptographers interpreted the election results that gave the GOP control of one house of Congress as a directive to demolish everything produced over the past two years -- health-care reform, Wall Street re-regulation and economic stimulus.

    Leo W. Gerard: The Voters' Message: Manufacturing a Solution

  • The NSA has a small army of cryptographers and an in-depth understanding of the communications capabilities of America's adversaries.

    Put The NSA On A Shorter Leash

  • Republican cryptographers interpreted the election results that gave the GOP control of one house of Congress as a directive to demolish everything produced over the past two years -- health-care reform, Wall Street re-regulation and economic stimulus.

    Leo W. Gerard: The Voters' Message: Manufacturing a Solution

  • Under the AAF, women were assigned to highly responsible positions including jobs as weather observers and forecasters, cryptographers, radio operators and repairmen, sheet metal workers, parachute riggers, link trainer instructors, bombsight maintenance specialists, aerial photograph analysts and control tower operators.

    Jewish Women in the Military - Jewish Women in the Military - Air Force

  • Republican cryptographers interpreted the election results that gave the GOP control of one house of Congress as a directive to demolish everything produced over the past two years -- health-care reform, Wall Street re-regulation and economic stimulus.

    Leo W. Gerard: The Voters' Message: Manufacturing a Solution

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