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  • adjective Common misspelling of untraceable.

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Examples

  • It had all been there: the names, the dates, and the precise amounts of untracable US currency.

    DBTL 35: Money Changes Everything

  • I tell you what, mysterious electronic attacks, phone calls from untracable numbers that claim to be the U.S. Postal Service offering to deliver lost packages and an enormous ...

    2007 January 31 « raincoaster

  • I tell you what, mysterious electronic attacks, phone calls from untracable numbers that claim to be the U.S. Postal Service offering to deliver lost packages and an enormous ...

    2007 January « raincoaster

  • And it's completely untracable to me, so I can say any nasty thing about George Nethercutt I want without embarrassing Senator Murray.

    On a brighter note...

  • And it's completely untracable to me, so I can say any nasty thing about George Nethercutt I want without embarrassing Senator Murray.

    From the "Don't Panic" department...

  • The fact that software could switch one out of a hunderd or a thousand votes and be untracable in “results”.

    Firedoglake » Pull Up a Chair…

  • As the RIAA forces the public onto encrypted networks and also provides the motivation for talented programemers to create such untracable networks, the clearest beneficiaries will be those who wish to share child pornography.

    Business Week to RIAA:

  • And it's completely untracable to me, so I can say any nasty thing about George Nethercutt I want without embarrassing Senator Murray.

    If you don't know what FUBAR means...

  • And it's completely untracable to me, so I can say any nasty thing about George Nethercutt I want without embarrassing Senator Murray.

    Tet II - Another ring of Hell

  • And it's completely untracable to me, so I can say any nasty thing about George Nethercutt I want without embarrassing Senator Murray.

    Archive 2004-04-01

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