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to bring about the downfall of

to damage, destroy, or defeat by sabotage

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The researchers said that their attack could be used to secretly copy data, to modify sensitive data such as encryption keys, or to subvert authentication processes by substituting an unauthorized file for execution.
Subvert resident Lewis Jardine provides the support for the party on November 2.?
Running between the courtroom and dance studio a one-way mirrored wall subverts the relationship between viewer and viewed.
When he talks of a "fable" of two brothers, "fire and ice," he recalls Save and the Cain and Abel story, but the more character-driven nature of this film subverts the religious parallels.
1) made (false) catastrophic predictions; 2) tried "consciously to subvert the democratic process and the will of the people by trying to persuade the Senate in Ottawa to block constitutional change that had been approved by Newfoundland and the House of Commons"; 3) led a (subversive) court challenge to what had been approved by the Newfoundland legislature and by the two Houses of Parliament; 4) lacked "good faith" when the government made "one compromise after another" (John Gray, "Newfoundland referendum down to the wire again," pages A1 and 12).
HIV may subvert this normal process in the thymus by triggering destruction in cells that otherwise would have been spared, says immunologist Joseph M.
Manama: The Premier yesterday urged citizens to thwart attempts to subvert Bahrain's stability and undermine hard-won gains.
Cairo, Jan.9 (BNA) An Egyptian political movement voiced support to Bahrain in confronting attempts to subvert its security and stability.
AFTER August's sensational Subvert event, this weekend sees the club night bring DJs Foamo and Jay Robinson to Albert Dock bar, Revolution.
Jaitley accused the Congress of using the JPC to "subvert" the truth and added that former telecom minister A Raja's correspondence with the Prime Minister made it clear that Dr.
Cannon received MALDEF's "Excellence in Leadership Award" in June 2002--a profoundly dubious plaudit, given that the foundation-funded radical group openly seeks to subvert our immigration laws and undermine our national borders.
Officials with the Bush administration have called on French lawmakers to reconsider the legislation and even suggested that the measure could subvert international religious freedom agreements.
So far, the United States has escaped any successful systematic attempts to subvert critical computer systems, he adds.
He expressed Bahrain's unwavering support and solidarity with Saudi Arabia, hailing its dedicated efforts, led by Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud to deter any attempt to subvert its security.
The Arab Foreign Ministers' Council affirmed its keenness on preserving Arab unity and pan-Arab national security, stressing the importance of confronting all that subvert inter-Arab relations.