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Cash in Advance

A payment term meaning the buyer pays the seller before shipment is effected.

Cash in Advance

Commonly abbreviated CIA. A transaction in which the good or service is paid in full before the good is delivered or the service is rendered. It is also called cash before delivery (CBD) and cash with order.
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The final component of Angelfire is the Windows Transitory File system, which is used by a CIA operator to create files for specific actions within the framework.
By 2013, the FBI and CIA concluded that China no longer had the ability to identify American agents, the Times said.
4) The conditions of confinement for detainees was harsher than the CIA claimed
The CIA and other advocates of these enhanced interrogation techniques, including former Vice President Dick Cheney have continued to defend the practices as critical to intelligence gathering efforts in the fight against terrorism.
2009: The CIA objects to bringing the classified documents to Capitol Hill.
It's even more striking that this was going on at time when mentioning the CIA was strictly offlimits for the US media and cultural establishment, whereas Fleming, as a British author, could say what he liked.
11) They develop the tools and technology needed to both collect foreign intelligence and to support CIA activities in the field.
Separately, Hezbollah MP Nawwar Sahli said Tuesday that the so-called intelligence war with Israel and the CIA was ongoing.
The film also depicts the CIA as an all-consuming organization that requires a degree of dedication and surrender of self on a par with membership in the Mafia or the Communist Party.
It wasn't even this note from the CIA that made me rethink my new career opportunity: ``If we contact you about a position, be prepared to undergo a thorough background investigation examining your life's history, your character, trustworthiness, reliability and soundness of judgment.
The report added that "a significant number of records that were withdrawn had actually been created as unclassified documents but were subsequently classified by CIA at the time of re-review (often 50 years later) solely because they contained the name of a CIA official in the list of individuals provided a copy.
On July 20, 2002, eight months before Bush launched the war, Richard Dearlove, head of British Intelligence, met with George Tenet, director of the CIA.