code name


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code name

n.
A name assigned to conceal the identity or existence of something or someone.
Translations
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code name

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DESPITE the devastation caused by Tropical Depression Urduja (international code name Kai- Tak), the Philippine agriculture sector ended 2017 on a positive note.
Document says Abbas's KGB code name was "mole," which just seems a bit too cliche.
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Currently known only by its code name, Project Spartan, the browser will accompany the Windows 10 launch later this year.
Soviet Nuclear engineer, Colonel Zelta Rensky plans to use Operation Code Name Rustler — the high jacking of the US nuclear submarine, Alabaster — to defect.
One night, and quite against the rules, Maddie flies Julia into France for a mission--the plane develops engine trouble, Julia bails out and Maddie crash lands and it is at this point the novel actually starts--Julia, code name Verity, being held by the Gestapo and tortured, believing Maddie dead as a result of pictures shown to her and Maddie being housed by the Resistance
Sydney, May 25 (ANI): US President Barack Obama was given the Hindi code name "Chalaque" during his visit to Britain.
Code name Zegota; rescuing Jews in occupied Poland, 1942-1945, the most dangerous conspiracy in wartime Europe.
Anne Kornblut of The Trail discovered that "Denali" (the name for the Alaska national park and preserve known for its mountains and wildlife) is their code name for Gov.
3, 2001, he communicated with Iraqi intelligence officers, who called him by his code name and told him what to do.
Chronicles" was just the code name used during lensing of the pic, which Phoenix Pictures is producing for Warners and Paramount.
All Nippon Airways (ANA) said Wednesday the carrier's group companies will use the ANA code name for flights from April, in a move expected to enhance the group's brand power in the domestic market.