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Adversary

The other side in litigation. For example, in a lawsuit, the plaintiff and the defendant are adversaries with respect to each other.
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Dealing with the media as an adversary, not expressing a different opinion, gives wrong message about democracy, which we are keen to establish in Iraq," Habib said in a press statement.
ATAC)--a Newport News, Virginia, provider of outsourced adversary air training--and stood up a new subsidiary called Textron Airborne Solutions, said Russ Bartlett, president and CEO for the new division.
com/GTAOnline/news/article/60135/GTA-Online-Valentine-s-Bonuses-2017) "Grand Theft Auto Online" official website its Valentine's bonuses for the different Adversary Modes.
adversary; his adversary, perhaps too young, was half-naked.
2) As a result, in November 2014, then-Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel announced the Defense Innovation Initiative to counter adversary technical and tactical progress that, if left unchecked, will ultimately hinder U.
s scheme lies in the fact that an adversary can easily break the ciphertext indistinguishability of their scheme without making any oracle queries.
More precisely, in order to obtain a specific patient's electronic medical data, the adversary can pretend to be sick and become the same physician's patient with the victim in the real world.
During the incident engagement, the adversary was pointed at the formation from 15-20NM away, with the two-ship heading for the merge spread in tactical formation.
However, strategists have largely overlooked our second observation: American troops reassure allies because allies think American troops can punish, compel, and ultimately defeat an undeterred 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.
Knowing why an adversary has taken a specific action, and what the end goals are, provides your commander the insights necessary to make strategically critical decisions and remain ahead of the enemy, instead of simply tactically reacting to the adversary's latest move.
Draken International said it has been contracted to provide adversary support for the United States Air Force.