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intercept

(ĭn-tĕr-sĕpt′)
The point at which the line representing a function intersects an axis.
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In response David Imbili, chairman of the Namibia Communications Commission, said the National Intelligence Act, makes provision for interception, while the Communications Bill only addresses the set-up of interception centres and not the act of interception itself.
This orientation (hereafter called north-northwestern) was considered as the typical natural orientation, and hence, the one to be evaluated in terms of efficiency in light interception.
Maner: Foundation stone of 65 Lakh litre per day capacity, 1 main pumping station, 2 interception and diversion project and 3 km long rising main laid.
No NFL team has more interceptions this year than the Bears' 25, while no NFL starting quarterback has allowed fewer interceptions than the Packers' Aaron Rodgers, who has been picked off just once in 495 throws.
Cellular interception is the interception, tracking, storage, and recording of cellular communications like phone calls, internet usage, and messages.
The interception affected "a fraction" of the traffic passing through the country's largest ISP, Kazakhtelecom, according to the research, which was carried out between July 17 and 20.
The cost of an interception using laser rays is only about $2,000 -- some 2% of the cost of an Iron Dome interception, and a fraction of the cost of an interception using David's Sling or the Arrow 2.
Mack led the Bears with 12.5 sacks, 18 QB hits and 6 forced fumbles, which tied for third in the league, and he returned his only interception 27 yards for a touchdown.
The Packers' playoff hopes were not the only thing to come to an end Sunday against the Bears as Rodgers NFL-record streak of 402 passes without an interception also ended in the fourth quarter of the game.
16 (BNA): The Emirates Association for Human Rights (EHRA) condemned the Qatari fighter jet's interception of two UAE civilian planes while in separate routine flights to Bahrain on a known flight path that met all required and internationally recognised approvals and permits.