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illusory

(i-loo′sŏ-rē) [L. illusorius, mocking, ironic]
Pert. to or causing an illusion; misleading; deceptive.
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Illusive Networks pointed out when attackers breach a mainframe, the results can be devastating.
illusive networks' solutions are deployed across financial institutions, insurance, retailers, law firms, healthcare providers, and energy and telecommunication companies in both the United States and EMEA.
Many institutional investors have a 7000-plus target on the UK index and if we were to break through the illusive 6870, then it stands to reason that the resulting momentum could feasibly bring 7000 in not too long at all.
Carey's work, which before now has been slightly illusive, is beginning to attract more attention by critics, who admire Carey's sense of place, memory, and imagination.
Talking to reporters outside the Parliament House, he said India has always shown stubborn in the way to resolve this issue adding that without resolving the core issue of Kashmir peace process will remain illusive between India and Pakistan.
Bilawal said that illiteracy was breeding crimes, narrow-minded extremism, and terrorism; evils that could only be eliminated when children are saved from rouge brain-washing and illusive fantasies through proper education, both religious and scientific.
If one is looking for justice to prevail in this beautiful island, one has to really search with a fine tooth-comb; for justice is very illusive indeed!
As teacher educators help pre-service teachers wrap their minds around the sometimes illusive dispositions construct, this study suggests that autonomy and efficacy should be included in this effort.
But firm commitments over new emissions targets remain illusive.
And will he be able to solve the mystery of the illusive card 19?
"The public opinion is aware of the illusive battles led by some poles," he said, clarifying that a large fraction of the $11 billion sum, spent by the governments of former Prime Ministers Fouad Siniora and Saad Hariri, was transferred to March 8 ministries.
Opening times stretched 6am to midnight to sate crazed punters acting in fervent madness searching for the illusive 'spirit'.