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  • 61cloak and dagger — adjective Concerned with plot and intrigue, esp espionage • • • Main Entry: ↑cloak …

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  • 62cloak-bag — cloakˈ bag noun (obsolete) A portmanteau • • • Main Entry: ↑cloak …

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  • 63cloak-and-dag|ger — «KLOHK uhn DAG uhr», adjective. of or having to do with intrigue and adventure, as in certain melodramatic plays and novels, or in espionage or counterintelligence: »As a film, this true story becomes an exciting cloak and dagger adventure… …

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  • 64cloak-and-dagger — adjective involving mystery or secrets …

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  • 65cloak-and-dagger — cloak′ and dag′ger adj. pertaining to, characteristic of, or dealing in espionage or intrigue, esp. of a romantic or dramatic kind • Etymology: 1835 …

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  • 66cloak-and-dagger — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ involving intrigue and secrecy …

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  • 67cloak-and-dagger — [klōk′ən dag′ər] adj. of or characteristic of the activities of spies and undercover agents, esp. as extravagantly depicted in popular suspense fiction …

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  • 68cloak|room — «KLOHK ROOM, RUM», noun. a room where coats, hats, umbrellas, and parcels can be left for a time; coatroom …

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  • 69Cloak of Conscience — Chromy with Cloak of Conscience, Jan 2011 Artist Anna Chromy Year 2006 2011 Type Marble Dimensions 430 cm × 280 cm (170 i …

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  • 70Cloak and dagger — For other uses, see Cloak and dagger (disambiguation). 16th century manual of arms illustration of the Dagger and Cloak. Cloak and dagger is a term sometimes used to refer to situations involving intrigue, secrecy, espionage, or mystery. The… …

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  • 71Cloak & Dagger (1984 film) — This article is about the 1984 film. For other uses, see Cloak and dagger (disambiguation). Cloak Dagger Theatrical release poster Directed by …

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  • 72Cloak (Star Trek) — For a disambiguation of Cloak see: Cloak (disambiguation) Cloak   …

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  • 73Cloak & Dagger — Infobox Film name = Cloak Dagger caption = Theatrical release poster imdb id = 0087065 amg id = 10020 producer = Allan Carr director = Richard Franklin writer = Cornell Woolrich and Tom Holland (story) Tom Holland (screenplay) starring = Henry… …

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  • 74Cloak (disambiguation) — A cloak is a type of loose garment that is worn over indoor clothing. Terms sometimes translated as cloak, in this sense, include: Ketonet, a biblical garment used by Israelite priests. The word may also refer to one of the following. Cloak as a… …

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  • 75Cloak and Dagger (1946 film) — Not to be confused with the 1984 film Cloak Dagger. Cloak and Dagger Theatrical poster Directed by Fritz Lang …

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  • 76cloak-and-dagger — adjective conducted with or marked by hidden aims or methods clandestine intelligence operations cloak and dagger activities behind enemy lines hole and corner intrigue secret missions a secret agent secret sales of arms surreptitious… …

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  • 77Cloak and Dagger (album) — Infobox Album | Name = Cloak and Dagger Type = Album Artist = The Upsetters Released = 1973 Recorded = 1972 Genre = Dub Length = ??? Label = ??? Producer = Lee Perry Reviews = Last album = Africa s Blood (1972) This album = Cloak and Dagger… …

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  • 78cloak-and-dagger — also cloak and dagger ADJ: usu ADJ n A cloak and dagger activity is one which involves mystery and secrecy. She was released from prison in a cloak and dagger operation yesterday... They met in classic cloak and dagger style beside the lake in St …

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  • 79cloak-and-dagger — adjective (usually before noun) a cloak and dagger situation, activity etc, is very secret and mysterious, often in a way that seems unnecessary: Cloak and dagger tactics were used to get the bill through Parliament. | cloak and dagger stuff… …

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  • 80cloak and sword drama — ▪ Spanish literature also called  cloak and dagger theatre , Spanish  comedia de capa y espada        17th century Spanish plays of upper middle class manners and intrigue. The name derives from the cloak and sword that were part of the typical… …

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