SPY


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AcronymDefinition
SpyStreptococcus Pyogenes
SPYSummer Program for Youth
SPYSamples per Year (collector rating)
SPYSindh Peoples Youth (Pakistan)
SPYShip Planning Yard (US Navy)
SPYStrategic Plan for Youth (various locations)
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One of Sir William's keepers played the spy on them.
And all the animals got tremendously excited; and they gave up looking at Jip and turned to watch the sea in front, to spy out any land or islands where the starving man might be.
jolly Jenkin, I spy a knave in drinking, Come, trowl the brown bowl to me.
The last spy that was taken was the bearer of a letter.
When these five kinds of spy are all at work, none can discover the secret system.
Some spy of the cardinal," said De Winter to him, aside.
I greatly fear that no one will do you this service, and spy upon the enemy alone in the dead of night.
The fellows in their filthy parliaments who learn to speak also learn to be silent--silent as that spy cowering in the house opposite
The spy reported that the French, after crossing the bridge at Vienna, were advancing in immense force upon Kutuzov's line of communication with the troops that were arriving from Russia.
There was a certain German spy whom he wished to capture alive and take back to the British When he had made his first visit to German headquarters, he had seen a young woman deliver a paper to the German general, and later he had seen that same young woman within the British lines in the uniform of a British officer.
Ah, so," said Cornelius, shaking his head uneasily as every new incident seemed to him to forebode some catastrophe; "very likely some spy, one of those who are sent into jails to watch both prisoners and their keepers.
There was the organization of the mouth-to-mouth propaganda; the organization, with all its ramifications, of our spy system; the establishment of our secret printing-presses; and the establishment of our underground railways, which meant the knitting together of all our myriads of places of refuge, and the formation of new refuges where links were missing in the chains we ran over all the land.