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Definition of "intercepting" []

  • Present participle of intercept. (verb)

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Use "intercepting" in a sentence
  • "I believe advice from an attorney that your actions are lawful under FISA would go to negate the mens rea requirement that, under 50 USC 1809, requires the government to prove you acted intentionally in intercepting communications contrary to that statute."
  • "Christopher said: I believe advice from an attorney that your actions are lawful under FISA would go to negate the mens rea requirement that, under 50 USC 1809, requires the government to prove you acted intentionally in intercepting communications contrary to that statute."
  • "At once he conceived the idea of intercepting the _Trent_, exercising the right of search, and seizing the envoys, in spite of the alleged objections of his executive officer, Lieutenant Fairfax."
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