black operation


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Noun1.black operation - a covert operation not attributable to the organization carrying it outblack operation - a covert operation not attributable to the organization carrying it out
covert operation - an intelligence operation so planned as to permit plausible denial by the sponsor
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"The men and women who work in our Sines carbon black operation have contributed significantly to our success over the many years it has been in existence."
You know the one: Will Smith plays a bewildered lawyer who falls foul of a CIA black operation involving the assassination of a senator.
This All Black operation has similar top-notch stars such as centre Conrad Smith, flanker Jerome Kaino and standin full-back Israel Dagg, but McCaw - a three-time IRB World Player of the Year - has set the benchmark.
"We have our news black operation up and running since the first of July, and it's been going well for us," said Jeff Gilliam, vice president, heatset sales at Impression Inks.
Run a black operation to tow pie-shaped discs behind camouflaged aircraft, leave scorch marks in the grass and traumatize pets.
The Brazilian carbon black operation will be known as Columbian Chemicals Brasil.
TEHRAN (FNA)- An American journalist said that the slain Press TV correspondent Serena Shim appeared to be the victim of a black operation by the US Central Intelligence Agency.
We will achieve another goal next month with the start-up of our news black operation. And, probably most important, we wanted our customers to think of us as a partner in their business, instead of just another supplier.
If it was the latter, this suggests that the entire enterprise was a "black operation" from the very beginning.
ABC News reporters Brian Ross and Richard Esposito reported on May 23rd, 2007 that "The CIA has received secret presidential approval to mount a covert black operation to destabilize the Iranian government, current and former officials in the intelligence community tell ABC News".
But 20 years on from Ocalan's abduction, Turkey has stepped up its black operations abroad.