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  • n. Plural form of spymaster.


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  • But his long political experience - both as a Republican and a Democrat - will count for little among CIA top brass who have always preferred their 'spymasters' to be experienced intelligence professionals.

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  • BOTTOM LINE: Fans of the Company novels will delight in learning more about Bell-Fairfax and his mysterious spymasters, and readers unfamiliar with Baker's work will find this an excellent place to begin.

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  • The biggest, juiciest and most relentless target for government spymasters during the past decades has been African-American political groups, from the moderate NAACP to the radical Black Panther Party and the Nation of Islam.

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  • Experts say one of the big misconceptions surrounding economic espionage is that it only affects big-name brands that own a soft-drink formula, a new microprocessor design or confidential data on an electric car program—Renault suspended three employees earlier this year for allegedly divulging such data to Chinese spymasters.

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  • The 60-year old-former bank employee joined the campaign after his own 35-year-old son Jalil Reki, BRP's central information secretary, was whisked away by, he alleges, the spymasters on Feb. 13, 2009.

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  • But the outcome of the last thirty years could have been very different if the agency had seen the world as it was, not as its case officers and spymasters wanted it to be.


  • Further, if Friedrich objected, he might blow the whistle and bring in the police before his would-be spymasters could get out of the country.


  • If Pakistan's generals and spymasters ever decided that an honest accord with India was in their vital interest, the mighty LeT could quickly be brought to heel.

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  • Meanwhile, the U.K. is also expanding its asset-freezing program to include an additional 20 senior members of Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi's entourage — mainly top brass and spymasters — the government official said.

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  • Jane reportedly delivered her OSS report on Indonesia to her “Red spymasters” in 1949, and then she and her husband began shuttling back and forth between Vienna and Zürich, “providing a flow of secret information to the Russians on American personnel in Western Europe.”

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