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  • noun

Synonyms for intelligence

Synonyms for intelligence

the faculty of thinking, reasoning, and acquiring and applying knowledge

that which is known about a specific subject or situation

new information, especially about recent events and happenings

Synonyms for intelligence

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Farewell all sap, all originality, all life, all intelligence.
Assuredly, it is a construction which increases and piles up in endless spirals; there also are confusion of tongues, incessant activity, indefatigable labor, eager competition of all humanity, refuge promised to intelligence, a new Flood against an overflow of barbarians.
But the conduct of the CIA's snatch squad was hardly covert, and the agency displayed little intelligence in its incompetent efforts to cover up the mess it had made in Milan.
In September 2003, Director Robert Mueller ordered the creation of Field Intelligence Groups (FIGs) in all 56 field offices.
This makes it hard to define intelligence in biological terms, as all animal models can learn.
Individuals with high executive intelligence cannot reach their peak performance unless surrounded by others with a similar level of skill.
Chosen for his extensive experience in intelligence matters and knowledge of the needs of combat commanders, Clapper became the first civilian director of NGA on Sept.
That is an unusual combination, intelligence officials said Wednesday, even though Tenet's career has mostly been as an aide to senators and spy chiefs and not as a wielder of power and authority himself.
Cawkell (1991) has described how the ISI's (Institute for Scientific Information) Science Citation Index can be used for competitive intelligence: This process opens up a means of gathering intelligence for such purposes as estimating the impact of work done by an individual or an organization or noting the growth, diminution, or change in the activities of a science-based company, educational or research establishment, or even an entire country (p.
Interligare will integrate Language Weaver's automated translation technology into its NowIS (Normalized Wide Spectrum Intelligence) System, a "Watching, Investigation and Intelligence system.
With the development of the intelligence-led policing (ILP) philosophy and its operationalization through the National Criminal Intelligence Sharing Plan (NCISP), state, local, and tribal law enforcement organizations have begun to revisit their roles in intelligence processes.
It has very little to do with intelligence reform, being primarily concerned with reorganization, with centralizing and politicizing intelligence and police powers.
one of only two members of Congress with career experience in intelligence (he was a CIA case officer in the 1960s).
Where does the erstwhile corporate librarian, competitive analyst, knowledge manager, strategic planning director, or competitive intelligence (CI) manager go to acquire and enhance his or her capabilities?
Throughout the government, other intelligence agencies were looking at the same material, and one of these shops came to a markedly different conclusion.
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