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covert

(kō′vərt, kō-vûrt′, kŭv′ərt)
n.
Zoology One of the small feathers covering the bases of the longer feathers of a bird's wings or tail.

cov′ert·ly adv.
cov′ert·ness n.
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John Drewnicki, Product Manager for Sepura comments: "The NN5 is the ideal, seamlessly integrated solution for covert teams, allowing them to communicate clearly and effectively in locations where the inability to eliminate noise once posed significant issues.
The last third of the book describes the covert action that occurred after the revelations of CIA involvement.
QB plans to open at 1539 Covert Street in September, using the indoor space as a brewery with an onsite tap room and bar, and the outdoor space as a beer garden.
Stated differently, courts should be asking whether a proposed covert search is necessary--whether conducting a covert search is the only way to obtain evidence that cannot reasonably be obtained through conventional (and less invasive) investigative techniques.
Ring bearers were Blake and Duncan Covert, nephews of the bride.
EasyTracGPS' ComTrac[TM] line of GPS tracking systems are pioneering vehicle fleet and asset management, covert vehicle tracking, emergency and responder personnel tracking, and family GPS tracking.
Mitt Romney pledged to "work on a covert basis to encourage the dissidents.
The following day Covert suffered a bad attack of colic and on December 21 she had to be put down.
According to the officials, this covert war has benefits that make it worthwhile.
With all the lies we have had so far I would ask for an independent adjudica-a tor to verify that the covert cameras have been taken down.
One in 11 women who used a diaphragm as part of an HIV prevention trial conducted in South Africa and Zimbabwe never told their partner that they were using the method, and 41% said that covert use was a "very important" advantage of the diaphragm.
Since the rise of the modern intelligence apparatus, covert arms have frequently been attached to them.