Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of disclose.

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Examples

  • Federal law mandates that mattresses with used stuffing carry a tag or label disclosing that fact.

    Lax laws on used mattresses keep sleep association up at night

  • Sir William Gage, a former appeal court judge and chairman of the inquiry, last month castigated the MoD for "lamentable" delays in disclosing crucial information.

    Baha Mousa inquiry: MoD pressed for full evidence on Iraq abuse

  • The answer to this doesn't lie in disclosing where the outside money is coming from, though that'd be good to pass as legislation.

    David Donnelly: One Billion Dollars

  • But Pepsi will soon begin disclosing on Aquafina bottle labels that the beverage is, in fact, no more than filtered tap water -- Aquatappa.

    Boing Boing

  • After a raft of corporate scandals, publicly traded companies today must begin disclosing, in “plain English,” all compensation paid to their top executives, including the multifarious perks and options that have obscured such figures in the past.

    Calendar

  • The guidebook writer seems to take great pleasure in disclosing this to fresh-on-the-trail would-be thru-hikers.

    Waldo Jaquith - Tenth anniversary.

  • In each case, you may assume that the newspaper received the information from someone who violated the law in disclosing the information and that the disclosure was properly verified before publication.

    Think Progress » VIDEO: Snow Lashes Out at Media, Suggests NYT Has Undermined Americans’ ‘Right to Live’

  • Though Sen. Pat Roberts (R-KS) has advocated a hard line against leaks by government whistleblowers, “Roberts himself was involved in disclosing sensitive intelligence information [in 2003] that, according to four former senior intelligence officers, impaired efforts to capture Saddam Hussein and potentially threatened the lives of Iraqis who were spying for the United States,” Murray Waas writes.

    Think Progress » Though Sen. Pat Roberts (R-KS)

  • Though Sen. Pat Roberts (R-KS) “Roberts himself was involved in disclosing sensitive intelligence information [in 2003] that, according to four former senior intelligence officers, impaired efforts to capture Saddam Hussein and potentially threatened the lives of Iraqis who were spying for the United States,” Murray Waas writes.

    Think Progress » Though Sen. Pat Roberts (R-KS)

  • [T] hree years ago on the eve of the invasion of Iraq, Roberts himself was involved in disclosing sensitive intelligence information that, according to four former senior intelligence officers, impaired efforts to capture Saddam Hussein and potentially threatened the lives of Iraqis who were spying for the United States.

    Think Progress » Sen. Pat Roberts’ Double Standard on Intel Leaks

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