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Debenture
   is defined as   
A Bond Not Requiring Security in the Form of a Mortgage or Lien on Property
A bond is an interest-bearing document that serves as evidence of a debt
A 'digilante'
   means   
Someone Who Publicises Security Vulnerabilities
"digital vigilante"
A “Gate Pass”
   is   
A Work Assignment Given to Minimum Security Inmates Who Perform Work Duties Outside the Institutional Grounds.
Secretary of Homeland Security
   is   
Janet A. Napolitano
2009
RSA Security
   was named after   
Ronald Rivest, Adi Shamir and Len Adleman.
From the first letters of the last names of founders
Security
   is an antonym of   
Insecurity
National Security (2003)
   starred   
Martin Lawrence, Steve Zahn and Colm Feore
Director: Dennis Dugan. Also starred Eric Roberts, Bill Duke & Timothy Busfield
Dennis Dugan
   directed   
National Security (2003)
Metallic Security Strip, Watermark
   are all   
Features of American Paper Currency
To help prevent counterfeiting. Also O.V.I. - Optically Variable Ink which changes colors depending on the viewing angle…
10-101
   means   
Ending Security Check.
Linus Van Pelt
   is   
The Intellectual With the Security Blanket
Pawn
   is   
Deposit an Item As Security for Money Borrowed
1951
      
Security Treaty Between the United States and Japan
A mutual defense agreement between the United States and Japan; goes into effect on April 28, 1952.
1960
      
Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and Security (US/Japan)
Strengthens Japan's ties to the "West" during the Cold War era.
1992
      
CIS Collective Security Treaty
Armenia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan establish framework for the Commonwealth of Independent States.
“In Order to Promote International Cooperation and to Achieve International Peace and Security
   is an extract from the   
Treaty of Versailles (1919)
Peace settlement signed after the end of WW1.
Varnasse
   is the elvish word for   
Security
The North Wind Doth Blow
   possibly originated from   
Lessons for Children Associating Home and Security
Easy Street
   means   
Financial Security
Eddie Vedder
   was formerly employed as a   
Night Security Guard
Pearl Jam's front man worked at the La Valencia Hotel
Hillaire Belloc
   said   
"Never Could an Increase of Comfort or Security Be a Sufficient Good to Be Bought at the Price of Liberty"
French-born British writer
'cybersecurity'
   means   
Measures Taken to Protect a Computer System Against Unauthorized Access
National Recovery Act, Social Security, WPA
   are all   
New Deal Programs






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