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code name

An internal name given to a product under development. For example, Chicago was the code name for Windows 95; Merced was the code name for Intel's Itanium chip.
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The President's Secret Service code name, which is used by agents guarding him when they communicate with each other, is Renegade, while the First Lady's is Renaissance.
In 2007, Miles James Fumiko gave up a quiet life to become the world's first espionage mascot, the official mascot of the Code Name Pike Mission.
For example, there is no s in murcielago, so if your name were Carlos, your code name would be 48370S.
And in keeping with the tradition of having all family members' code names start with the same letter, future first lady Michelle Obama is Renaissance, and daughters Sasha and Malia are known as Rosebud and Radiance, respectively.
The NSA spent more than 30 years decrypting these cables, tracking down the leads, and matching code names with real people.
According to airline industry officials, about 650 domestic flights a day are expected to bear the JAL code name.
3, 2001, he communicated with Iraqi intelligence officers, who called him by his code name and told him what to do.
Currently known only by its code name, Project Spartan, the browser will accompany the Windows 10 launch later this year.
The operation, known by the code name Samuel Culper, would be crucial in the winning of the war.
Singer is the code name for Be's software solution designed for creation of Internet appliances that deliver information and entertainment over the web.
McDonald's today announced it awarded the first of three one million dollar prizes tied to its Inspector Gadget Code Name Game promotion.
They believe that the number referred to in Revelation 13:18 was a code name for Nero, the Roman emperor who persecuted early Christians.