DIOGDomestic Investigations and Operations Guide (US FBI)
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Nevertheless, the DIOG contains a number of passages that are
As discussed, the FBI's DIOG articulates a need to proactively
DIOG: The Domestic Investigations and Operations Guide, a 258-page FBI manual for undercover operations and the use of informants.
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2.3 may be a parody of Chrysippus's own conversion (Diog. Laert.
In the second month, the third quarter, on the sixth day in the morning the King walked from the capital of Diog (Chou) and reached P'iong (Feng).
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Ruth Barton and Diog O'Connell offered powerful, complementary assessments.
It also can be used of a group of people with a shared identity, as of Pythagorean adherents (Diog. L.
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