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Standard & Poors Depository Receipts or SPDRs is an US-based exchange-traded fund which is specifically linked to the S&P 500. ... January 1994 cover Spy magazine was a satirical monthly founded in 1986 by Kurt Andersen and E. Graydon Carter, who served as its first editors, and Thomas L. Phillips, Jr. ... San Pédro is a city in south western Côte dIvoire and is the nation’s second largest port. ... The United States Navy, also known as the USN or the U.S. Navy, is a branch of the United States armed forces responsible for conducting naval operations. ... Military vehicles include all land combat and transportation vehicles, excluding rail-based, which are designed for or are in significant use by military forces. ... There are very few or no other articles that link to this one. ...

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Spy can refer to: A Secret agent A magazine, see Spy Magazine A 1994 song by They Might Be Giants, see John Henry (album) A music genre, see Spy music A village in Belgium, see Spy (Belgium) SPY is the ticker symbol for SPDRs, an ETF. This is a disambiguation... The AN/SPY-1 is a US naval radar system manufactured by Lockheed Martin. ... The AN/SPY-3 is a phased array radar with an active electronically scanned array, to be mounted on the DD(X) and CG(X) classes of guided missile ships of the U.S. Navy. ... S. P. Y. Reddy (born 4 June 1950) is a member of the 14th Lok Sabha of India. ...

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AMC Spies: A Cold War Daybook (1065 words)
Spies: A Cold War Daybook is a Windows calendar and screen saver that will tell you stories from the dark history of twentieth-century espionage.
Spies: A Cold War Daybook can be configured both to appear on command — whenever you run it, or every morning when your computer boots up — and as a conventional screen saver, whenever your system has been idle for a predetermined period.
Unlike spy movies in which the hero always manages to get the secret microfilm, evade a few deranged killers from an unnamed Eastern European nation and make love to any number of women he hadn't met 24 hours earlier, the stories in Spies: A Cold War Daybook are true.
Espionage - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1853 words)
The term espionage is most readily associated with state spying on potential or actual enemies, primarily for military purposes, but this has been extended to spying involving corporations, known specifically as industrial espionage.
The term intelligence officer is also used to describe a member of the armed forces, police officer or civilian intelligence agency who specialises in the gathering, fusion and analysis of information and intelligence in order to provide advice to their government or another organisation.
Spymaster is a term often used in literature for the superior of a spy ring.
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