Definition of Interceptions

1. Noun. (plural of interception) ¹



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Definition of Interceptions

1. interception [n] - See also: interception

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Interceptions

intercellular substance
intercellularly
intercensal
intercentra
intercentral
intercentrum
intercept
interceptable
intercepted
intercepter
intercepters
intercepting
interception
interception tries
interception try
interceptions (current term)
interceptive
interceptive occlusal contact
interceptive orthodontic treatment
interceptor
interceptors
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intercerebral
intercession
intercessional
intercessionate
intercessionated
intercessionates
intercessionating
intercessions

Literary usage of Interceptions

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1. Pennsylvania Crime Commission: 1984 Report by DIANE Publishing Company (1997)
"Class B certification enables an officer to conduct Class A interceptions as well as non-consensual or court-ordered interceptions. As of February 1982, ..."

2. National Wiretap Report 1996 by Leonidas R. Mecham (1997)
"Summary of interceptions of Wire, Oral, or Electronic Communications January 1 Through December 31,1996 (Continued)* NORTH CAROLINA STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL ..."

3. National Wiretap Report 1995 by DIANE Publishing Company (2004)
"Table 4 Summary of interceptions of Wire, Oral, or Electronic Communications January 1 Through December 31,1995* ARIZONA MARICOPA 5 5 5 5 139 561 4319 6302 ..."

4. Cryptography & Privacy Sourcebook (1996): Documents on Wiretapping edited by David Banisar (1996)
"... and communication interceptions equal to 0.5% of the engineered capacity of the equipment, facilities, or services that provide a customer or subscriber ..."

5. Cryptography and Privacy Sourcebook, 1995: Documents on Encryption Policy edited by David Banisar (1995)
"Federal district court judges are empowered to enter ex parte orders authorizing or approving interceptions within the territorial jurisdiction of the court ..."

6. A Description of the Close Rolls in the Tower of London: With an Account of by Thomas Duffus Hardy, London (England). Tower (1833)
"... and in like manner of the interceptions made upon our men of England in the dominion of the King of France ; it was there by our said Nuncios provided, ..."

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