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one that opposes another in a battle, contest, controversy, or debate

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She left me, and I continued some time walking up and down the passages of the house and inspecting every corner that might afford a retreat to my adversary.
Tor operates under the assumption that there's not a global adversary that's paying attention to every single link in the world," says Nickolai Zeldovich, an associate professor of computer science and engineering, whose group developed the new system.
As documented in several of the recent Fortune 500 breaches, credential theft represents a key tactic utilized by the adversary.
When we are at war, we strive to arrive at the point of battle with the best plan, training, awareness and weapons to dominate our adversary.
This was the first time any commercial air services company had provided adversary support for the F-35.
Agatha Christie's The Secret Adversary BELGRADE THEATRE THE Archers actress Emerald O'Hanrahan and Garmon Rhys play glamorous 1920s crime-fighting duo Tuppence and Tommy in The Secret Adversary at Coventry's Belgrade Theatre from April 28.
Today at HP Protect, the company s annual enterprise security user conference, HP will address nearly 1,500 security professionals, introducing new offerings designed to arm organizations with the actionable security intelligence needed to engage a more proactive defense against the adversary.
Adversary missile-attack doctrines, as demonstrated in numerous experiments and war games, have involved a low number of launches from static positions to large, complex salvoes from mobile forces.
ISLAMABAD -- While PAT (Pakistan Awami Tehrik) files up its ranks for the 'Green Revolution', its adversary the government has also finalized its 'strategy' for thwarting its adversary (PAT).
A aClearly the Russians have declared NATO as an adversary, so we have to begin to view Russia no longer as a partner but as more of an adversary than a partner,a said Alexander Vershbow, the deputy secretary-general of NATO, quoted by The Washington Post.
forces to gather evidence would itself be a trigger for the adversary to emplace an explosive device, thereby compounding the threat to U.
For example, as Edna Selan Epstein notes in The Attorney-Client Privilege and the Work-Product Doctrine, work product protection for client documents is waived when the documents are disclosed to an adversary or potential adversary or where disclosing the document to corporate advisers substantially increases the opportunity for potential adversaries to obtain the information.
Assured C2: Specially trained all-source analysts who identify adversary techniques, capabilities and intent to undermine our ability to command and control our own forces.
Meanwhile, the adversary has found many welcome supporters among regulators and public officials, even as activist minions disrupt shareholder meetings, inflaming governance debates or holding transactions hostage.
Deception and concealment can help mitigate these risks--namely, that a network-empowered adversary might cripple U.