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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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It had the makings of a covert rendezvous followed by a stealth mission to a top-secret location for the ultimate thrill-seeking experience.
These reveal the fear within the intelligence community that suspected sensitive information may have been leaked prior to Snowden's leak last month of the NSA's top-secret surveillance of millions of citizens.
And he makes no apology for following the progress of this and other top-secret spy crafts, which are used by the Pentagon to circle the earth and carry out surveillance of troublespots such as the Middle East.
"This paranoid and groundless frenzy has been fomented and promoted by a shameless collection of lunatics and losers; crooks, cranks, demagogues and opportunists, who claim the existence of a top-secret master plan to join the U.S., Canada and Mexico in one big super-state and to replace the good old Yankee dollar with a worthless new currency called the Amero." Seattle-based radio host Michael Medved insulted many of his listeners and others sometime ago with his vituperative denial of the existence of easily documentable plans.
The trail leads Foyle into the top-secret world of weapons research, where science boffins are working on a bouncing bomb, assisted by the dead man's wife, who works as a secretary.
However, since Rizel is Japan's top-secret project, it's not like he has much choice.
A COLLECTION of top-secret Second World War documents which formed the basis for a string of best-selling books have gone on public display for the first time.
Hounam wrote the Sunday Times article in 1986 based on Vanunu's information and pictures from Israel's top-secret nuclear reactor.
You spilled about your BFF's top-secret romantic rendezvous (you were about to explode!), and now she won't save you a spot at the lunch table?
The order changes the definition of what the government may classify as confidential, secret, and top-secret to include details about "infrastructures" and weapons of mass destruction.
But his critiques of bureaucracies, such as the "top-secret" Cognitive Institute, fail as satire or anything else--though a visit to the Organization of Women Married to Homosexuals scores through comic understatement.
He thinks the fluff-free breed, produced by his top-secret method of crossing a small bare-skinned bird with a regular broiler (raised for meat) chicken, could revolutionize the global poultry industry.