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security-conscious

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  • He had heard himself called a security-conscious paper-pusher.

    Web of the Romulans

  • From a progressive, fiscally responsible, and security-conscious point of view, the consequences of presidential action would almost all be positive.

    Ken Allen: The 14th Amendment Is Obama's Briar Patch

  • The mayor of Harrisburg, Pa. works behind a locked office door "The mayor is very security-conscious," says her spokesman on the second floor of a city hall where the lobby is piled high with the black garbage bags of homeless people who use it as a makeshift winter shelter.

    Capital Crunch

  • It was a time far removed from today's security-conscious world of commercial air travel.

    FBI has new lead in fabled 'D.B. Cooper' hijacking case

  • Working in New Jersey's favor is the near-insatiable need for backup data facilities by security-conscious exchanges and financial-services firms.

    Server Farms Hurt by Glut

  • La Finca's security-conscious community, where houses come with servants' wings, is a new idea in Spain, and local real-estate professionals regard it as a great success.

    A-cero's Modern Planes in Spain

  • Her job was not only to encourage a security-conscious mind-set but, in the worst case, to catch any Googlers who proved to be disloyal crooks.

    In the Plex

  • RICK SCOTT BRINGS UNWAVERING COMMITMENT TO PUBLIC SERVICE, SECURITY GOONS, TO GOVERNOR'S MANSION - Florida's new governor was the star of the most security-conscious inauguration in recent memory, with elaborate Washington-style flourishes that amplified Scott's unfamiliarity with the small informal capital city he now calls home.

    HUFFPOST HILL - Top O' The Mornin', 112th Congress

  • Former jihadists who worked with both men have said Mr. Zawahiri was far more security-conscious than bin Laden, perhaps due to his experience working underground in Egypt.

    Bin Laden's No. 2 to Lead al Qaeda

  • The family did harbour some suspicions about the house 10 feet away, however – and in particular the pair of secretive, security-conscious brothers who owned it.

    Osama bin Laden's last hours come into focus as White House revises its story

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