ultrasecret

ultrasecret

(ˌʌltrəˈsiːkrɪt)
adj
completely secret
Translations
ultrasecret
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A dozen soldiers from the SAS's ultrasecret "Revolutionary Warfare Wing", who specialise in leading uprisings, are already advising rebels in Benghazi, where a similar number of troops from the SBS's C Squadron have also been sent.
The FIU is an ultrasecret organization comprising officials from Pakistan's 11 civil and military intelligence organizations.
Knowsley North MP George Howarth and Wirral south's Ben Chapman were this week appointed by the Prime Minister to the ultrasecret security and intelligence committee.
The early 1967 document Report from Iron Mountain on the Possibility and Desirability of Peace, the alleged product of an ultrasecret think tank, worked so well that it was not fully debunked until its own authors exposed it (an act that some maintained was itself part of the subterfuge).
No myth about the Vatican is more enduring or widespread than the belief that it is an ultrasecret closed world, impermeable to the outsider.
Although its executives won't comment, Praxis is believed to work with the ultrasecret, code-breaking National Security Agency, which is headquartered just a mile or so from Praxis at Ft.
Allegations against the agent, who has penetrated right to the heart of the terror organisation, include links with up to 40 murders after he was recruited by an ultrasecret Army unit, the Force ResearchUnit.
As for the ``The Matrix Reloaded'' and ``The Matrix Revolutions,'' what little Bellucci is permitted to say about the highly anticipated and ultrasecret sequels makes it sound like she got off a little easier than her harness-flying, bullet-time fighting co-stars.
Furness spent the early decades of his career in uniform, working on ultrasecret projects in an Air Force lab before separating from the military in 1989 to join the academic community in Seattle.
There are stories--perhaps apocryphal, perhaps not--about ultrasecret spy satellites that can discern small details on Earth.
Ushered into the innermost sanctum of the spy world, the scientists got to push the buttons that control the ultrasecret satellites run by the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO), whose very name was classified until last year.