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top-secret

containing information whose disclosure would cause exceedingly grave damage to the nation and therefore classified as needing the highest level of secrecy and security
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You even used a top-secret document without impunity.
The CIA program, however, involves top-secret information, so lawyers for Mr.
A covert rendezvous followed by a stealth mission to a top-secret location for the ultimate thrill-seeking experience.
The code-breaking contingent was based in Bletchley Park's Mansion House, its stables and cottages, from where top-secret operatives cracked the intercepted messages.
The Clinton administration gave a license to Shen Jun, the son of a top Red Chinese general, allowing him to be a project manager with Hughes Space and Communications on top-secret satellite programs.
The machine, used by German intelligence during World War II to encrypt top secret messages, went missing from a display cabinet during a public open day at the former top-secret site on April 1 last year.
Kamen's top-secret invention, also known as Ginger, has spawned fantasies of a flying machine and vodka-fueled scooters, rumors now whizzing around the Web.
A US National Security Agency intelligence analyst has been jailed for 24 years for selling top-secret documents to the Soviet KGB.
The launch execution message had to contain a "go code" we believed resided as a complete set only in a top-secret cache known as the "football," which the president alone could access.
This country's top-secret national-security enterprise is both enormous and opaque," Marcus Brauchli, The Post's executive editor said.
The only thing will be that the security of the nation will be compromised because these are top-secret operations," Verma said.
Other top-secret aircraft tested there included the supersonic reconnaissance A-12 aircraft, code-named OXCART, and the F-117 stealth ground-attack jet, archive senior fellow Jeffrey Richelson, who requested the redactions to be lifted, told Reuters.