supersecret

supersecret

(ˈsuːpəˌsiːkrɪt)
n
a top secret
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Of course, there are always a few people who want you to share the supersecret spell you learned at Hogwarts Summer Camp for Weight Loss and tell them you pretty much just ate doughnuts the whole time.
"But," he added,"I want to fly one." His story was part of a bundle of material released recently about a supersecret $22 million Pentagon project called the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, aimed at investigating UFOs.
But there is another, supersecret part of the Special Operations Forces mission here that seeks to capture or kill extremists.
But when I left the headquarters of the supersecret project, it became evident I would need my glasses.
It was supplied to this paper by an unidentified CIA broker with access to supersecret UNITED STATE Navy archives.
In theory, any Asian magazine could have assembled a supersecret list of judges to vote for the winners, but what William Reed Media is selling- and what San Pellegrino and the rest of the sponsors are buying, by providing financial support-are legitimacy and authority.Critics might carp and whine about the incommensurate power wielded by the list, but as long as people believe in it (and I was surprised last weekend by the extent to which people did), its influence will continue to grow.
Boehner and Pelosi kept their negotiations supersecret, but, when they unveiled their bill, the House members seemed pretty darned happy.
The authors examine four kinds of enemies: outer (situations that frustrate us or people who get in our way); inner (our own anger and fear); the secret enemy (our preoccupation with ourselves); and the supersecret enemy (a deep sense that we are unworthy of true happiness).
If Wyden's colleagues are serious about protecting the privacy of Americans and limiting the potential for abuse, they should approve these bills, starting with one sponsored by Merkley that would require the supersecret Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court to make public summaries of its opinions on domestic spying activities.
Within a matter of months, approximately 59,000 acres of farms and orchards, homesteads and hovels just south of the Black Oak Ridge hosted immense construction sites that became the home of supersecret facilities used to enrich uranium for the Manhattan Project.
The agenda, according to the producers is "SuperSecret," however there will be user-driven presentations from Adobe, Autodesk, Avid, Blackmagic Design and Red Giant.
He created a new character, Aaron Cross, who doesn't exist in any of the Robert Ludlum spy books on which the movies are based, but who inhabits the same supersecret world as Jason Bourne (as played by Damon).