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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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But will Congress or the judiciary defer to the rights of reporters if a probe is launched to identify the leakers in the Lewinsky case?
On the French market, in cooperation with Jacques Vabre during a 10-year-period, we have reduced the material thickness by approximately 20% and at the same time reduced the leaker rate to below 0.
Before Snowden, Manning's case was the most high-profile espionage prosecution for the Obama administration, which has been criticized for its crackdown on leakers.
BOSTON, June 18, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- In an address to the annual conference of Investigative Reporters and Editors (IRE), New York Times Executive Editor Jill Abramson criticized the Obama administration's plans to prosecute White House leakers.
Lawmakers could pass legislation that protects leakers who lawfully reveal information, like those who blow the whistle on governmental or corporate misconduct.
Report leakers to your local environmental control office.
And Sears does talk more like Deep Throat than any of the other suspects, but he didn't know nearly as much about Watergate as our candidate Fred Fielding, who was John Dean's deputy and one of the great leakers of the modern era, as was our second choice, David Gergen, who also happens to have gone to Yale with Bob Woodward.
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.
In an interview with reporters in London following Manning's conviction on espionage and other charges, Assange said it was incumbent on every media organization to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with their sources against government efforts to prosecute leakers.
Obama also indicated for the first time that the wave of prosecutions of leakers reflected his commitment to shutting down leaks of national security secrets.
The Obama administration has decided to prosecute five alleged leakers, including Sterling.
Apelian as referenced in the feature article "Putting the Brakes on Leakers with PCRI," on p.