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use "clandestine" in a sentence

In an interview, she describes how clandestine workers are promoting the Kremlin's message.

One recalled asking about clandestine airstrips during a 2013 meeting with military officials.

Colonel Rod Paschall, The Making of A Clandestine Army.

There he was an organiser of the then clandestine Workers' Commissions (CCOO).

Many small, clandestine organizations were drawn to this group.

In clandestine activity he often used the pse

udonym Alfredo Bangura.

However, a similar issue to clandestine outlawries is currently known as sewer service.

On 3 June 1972, Lieutenant Dry decided to conduct a clandestine reconnaissance mission that night.
The villagers are unfriendly, but Carey persists in his clandestine efforts to flush out the traitor.

These programs became immense and were conducted at 52 clandestine sites employing over 50,000 people.

As well as

serving as a news agency, it is also alleged to conduct clandestine intelligence collection.

A five-issue ClanDestine miniseries debuted on February 5, 2008, written and illustrated by Alan Davis.

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