Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
It didn't matter if the employee was retired or had moved on to a new, nonsensitive job.
Make sure they're accompanied by an armed escort at all times, and take a nonsensitive route to the site.
Their jobs were "relatively nonsensitive," he said, and workers had "legitimate expectations of privacy."
'So far, her let's call it intel isn't adding much to my basic, nonsensitive cop work.
He was transferred to a nonsensitive position.
This means closer regulation, mandatory audit trails, regular reporting and greater public access to nonsensitive records.
She said the inventory will provide the data "needed to create land protection strategies for ecologically fragile areas and redirect development to nonsensitive lands."
'And there's nothing nonsensitive about it.
During this pilot, only nonsensitive NASA data are being placed in the cloud.
Even the nonsensitive names in the phone books opened those individuals to recruitment by the KGB, Bush said.
"I think people will use these for nonsensitive data," said Bob Rankin, an editor of Tourbus, an e-mail newsletter.
Mr. Franklin, 58, was suspended last year, as was his security clearance, but he had been rehired in recent months in a nonsensitive job.
They do the plumbing, cooking, cleaning up, the nonsensitive clerical work, the wiring and electrical work, grounds maintenance, landscaping and carpentry."
Pending the outcome of the investigations, Mr. Docyk was relieved of his duties Friday and placed in a "nonsensitive position," officials said.
There would be enough nonsensitive areas to keep him occupied; we would be able to keep him in close view; and it would be a natural development.
Zennor turned to the desk, and Kirk keyed up the program, careful to call up the nonsensitive data tour, the one reserved for dignitaries without telling too much.
If it had just been a nonsensitive sicko, the minute he crossed the boundary with ill-intent, your cowboy would have felt a pressing need to go visit that pasture-armed."
The F.B.I. shut down part of the e-mail system it uses to communicate with the public after a possible security breach in accounts used for "nonsensitive, nonsecure communications," the agency said.
He also complained that the Nixon Administration was trying to cow journalists into self-censorship and had evaded the Freedom of Information Act by seeking to hide even "nonsensitive" information.
After being suspended for 30 days without pay, Detective Simone was restored to duty on Jan. 10 and assigned to a desk job in a nonsensitive area, Mr. Miller said.
Asked why it was necessary to shut down nonsensitive operations like the museum, the cafeteria and the health center, Mr. Fallin replied, "You start making exceptions, you start making gaps."
Open Sessions Due, Too Additional questioning of prospective jurors - presumably on those matters deemed nonsensitive - will be conducted in open court, Judge McLaughlin said from the bench.
Sanshools appear to act on several different kinds of nerve endings at once, induce sensitivity to touch and cold in nerves that are ordinarily nonsensitive, and so perhaps cause a kind of general neurological confusion."
The investigations were disclosed yesterday when the Fire Department relieved Richard Docyk as deputy chief inspector of the bureau's bulk oil unit and placed him in a "nonsensitive position" pending the outcome of the various investigations.
Though his speciality is nontoxic materials, Mr. Bierman-Lytle also encourages homeowners to select environmentally nonsensitive materials, such as rain-forest woods that are certified as nonendangered or timber from trees that have been knocked down in storms.