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inclined to secrecy or reticence about divulging information

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The CEO and senior council officers who designed and benefited from this secretive procedure should all be suspended on full pay pending the outcome of the public inquiry; nothing less will satisfy the long-suffering ratepayers of Caerphilly county.
And there aren't many countries that are more secretive than China.
While no one thinks the Burmese junta wants a nuclear weapon, its secretive search for a research or medical reactor is highly troubling.
By large margins, Americans believe the federal government has become secretive -- and that its agents are probably spying on journalists.
Simon Goldberg, for Mrs Thomson, said: "I said in my skeleton argument that this investigation was secretive.
Much of the vandalism has been carried out by a secretive group called Motorists Against Detection.
This proposition and the secretive process that brought it about are the best examples of the lack of transparency in city government,'' EAA Executive Director Robert G.
Travel the hallways of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS), the secretive global central banker information exchange of sorts in Basel, Switzerland, and four names rise quickly to the surface: Christian Noyer, Mario Draghi, Mervyn King, and Jurgen Stark.
Not surprisingly, the portrait offered in the USJFCOM study is of a hideous, secretive regime ruled by a dictator capable of murder on a whim.
Science writer Finkbeiner gives the first inside look at this illustrious but secretive group, named for the hero of the Greek tale Jason and the Argonauts.
Vale: The Illuminati And Its Plans For The Future by Adrian Krieg offers a comprehensive and inherently intriguing understanding of the worlds most secretive organization, the Illuminati.
Superior Death by Matthew Williams is a gripping and evocative new thriller depicting the life of the small-town reporter Vince Marshall and his hot-pursuit of the truth and justice in his evermore secretive town.
Like his previous successes, including All the Pope's Men (Doubleday, 2004), Allen delivers once more on his vocation to shed light on what some find arcane, secretive, or even a little odd about Catholicism.
Many people of faith think their only option is to live a dark and secretive double life.
The problem has been worsened by the semi privatisation of colleges in 1993, which took Further Education out of democratic local control and placed them under control by secretive Corporations.