tear line

tear line

A physical line on an intelligence message or document separating categories of information that have been approved for foreign disclosure and release. Normally, the intelligence below the tear line is that which has been previously cleared for disclosure or release.
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top bound, with perforated tear line 1/4"-1/2" from top.
Ms Patterson wrote said that the director-general of Pakistans Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), Lt Gen Ahmad Shuja Pasha, had just approved the sharing of tear line information on Pakistans investigation [into the Mumbai attacks] with Indian intelligence, after assurances from the CIA that information would be held in intelligence channels only.
The cover member is peeled off so as to expose the fastening member as the first panel and the second panel are disconnected from each other by material failure in the tear-apart zone; wherein the cover member comprises a tear line along which the cover member is manually tearable, and the tear line laid adjacent one of transversely opposite side edge of the fastening member, and the tear-apart zone is laid in a vicinity of the other side edges of the fastening member.
When comparing the total cost of ownership, the Zero Tear line matrix printers compare favourably against serial matrix printers.
`On light eyes, go inside the tear line with black eyeliner, which brightens the whites up and intensifies your pupils,' says Tonee Roberio, UK pro artist for MAC at last month's London Fashion Week catwalk shows.
Fold the sandpaper on the desired tear line, press the fold against the teeth while holding the saw down flat on a work table, and pull up.
To achieve this BEUMER, together with a well-known film supplier, developed a technology that allows you to open the film along a precise tear line in the centre, without affecting the safety function of the stretch hood.
Zardari said he had been briefed by Lt General Shujjat Pasha (the ISI chief) on his meeting with DCIA (Director of the Central Intelligence Agency), and he had approved the release of tear line information to the Indians.
About 56% of absorbent product patents included some type of product innovation, whether it was a type of elastic, moisture barrier, containment pocket, internal wicking means or tear line guide, just to name a few.