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Leak

Slang.

1. In stocks or other securities, to lose value slowly.

2. In bonds, to slowly increase in yield over the risk-free rate of return, which indicates gradually increasing risk.
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Indeed, some of the administration's arguments in litigation to prosecute leakers suggest that its constitutional power to punish classified information's conveyance is broad enough to cover press publications.
When Blair picked up the phone, Clinton lit into him, accusing the prime minister of not adequately controlling the leakers in his own administration.
By blowing her cover, the leakers wanted to warn other potential critics to keep their mouths shut, Wilson believes.
The hose that runs from the injector pump to the injector assembly and the bypass hose that runs from one injector to the other are often leakers.
The semiautomatic inline Supervac has all but eliminated these leakers, says Fame, with managing director Colin Burke describing the feat as "absolutely fantastic".
The leakers were also giving us an inside look at a process that helped demythologize the church, and diminish curial power as a result.
Under current law, prosecutors must prove leakers aided a foreign power or that their disclosure harmed national security.
Liberal Democrat home affairs spokesman Alan Beith questioned whether the investigation had been thorough enough given that the pool of potential leakers was so small.
The inevitable consequence: more leakers, more leaks and more calls for investigations to find the sources of the leaks.
2] transmission of approximately 100 ml resulting in a shelf life of 2-3 months and a waste of 4-5% due to leakers.