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  • adj. Having an extremely high level of security.


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super- +‎ secure


  • The meeting was not listed on George W. Bush's public schedule, but sources tell me that he and Cisco CEO John Chambers talked about how broadband can save the economy, and how the Feds must (and can, with the help of Cisco, among others) build a supersecure high-speed emergency intranet.

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  • And the city of Jacksonville, Florida, wants everything supersecure.

    CNN Transcript Feb 5, 2005

  • In an ideal world, a credit freeze would be the default setting and you'd have some kind of supersecure smartphone mobile app that could thaw your credit report.

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  • What do you do now upon your release from jail, after nearly three years spent isolated, but also insulated, in a supersecure and safe environment?

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  • They should have a browser that is supersecure without all the bells and whistles and crap.

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  • A removable encryption dongle makes this drive supersecure. product reviews

  • Unfortunately, according to a March report from the Government Accountability Office (GAO), getting one of these supersecure passports under false pretenses isn't particularly difficult for anyone with even basic forgery skills.

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  • During their postrecruitment discussion, Rourke tried his damnedest to persuade Mundy to accept the Agency’s latest supersecure, hot-and-cold-running model, but Mundy wasn’t having any of it.

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