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- adj. Not able to be traced or tracked down
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Incapable of being traced or followed.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. incapable of being traced or tracked down
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Now imagine a world where the early Christian texts were digital and they could be modified in untraceable ways by any church authority with the correct access rights to the contents of the important folders.
Over 10 billions of dollars since 9/11, most in untraceable cash, directly to the dictator.
Some stalwarts came through for him (most often in untraceable cash), but just as often Scott's pleas were refused or simply unacknowledged. 68 In 1955, his situation had not improved dramatically, as he explained to his father (who had, ironically, written to ask him for money):
You can also call from a public phone using a pre-paid phone card (for which you have paid with cash and not credit cards or checks), which will render the call untraceable to you, your home or to any other friends.
Bmore (www. thepetitionsite.com / petition / 981428629) said, in April 1st, 2009 at 10: 38 am i was watching this movie called untraceable or something the other day and the guy used spoof cards … The guy used the power of the internet and people's morid fascination with death to kill people … He'd rig them up and the more people that logged onto his website to see it the faster the person would die … really gross …
We don't care that the economic crisis robbed us and future generations of "untraceable" billions unless we're unemployed.
Polish hackers offering "untraceable" hosting on hacked boxen
Clearly, any mechanism which decreases the difficulty of posting in an "untraceable" way will increase the quantity of drivel made available, but it will also increase the quantity of useful-but-sensitive material as well.
For most purposes money orders can be considered "untraceable", since the issuing institutions (American Express, banks, US Post Office) file the paid orders * by number only*, not by other criteria which might tend to give you away.
i was watching this movie called untraceable or something the other day and the guy used spoof cards … The guy used the power of the internet and people's morid fascination with death to kill people … He'd rig them up and the more people that logged onto his website to see it the faster the person would die … really gross …