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Crafted by international perfumers, Double Cross fragrances are priced at Rs.
Initially, the Double Cross system was used exclusively for counter-intelligence purposes to convince the German high command that they had a large and efficient network of spies operating in the United Kingdom, when they had nothing of the sort.
The first in Carla Kelly's new Spanish Brand series, The Double Cross is a late-A-eighteenth-A-century story set in the Comancheria region of the American frontier that encompasses a large part of both Texas and New Mexico.
Although many attempts were made by the allies to fool the Germans about the invasion, this work focuses on one attempt--the providing of false information from these five double cross spies about the place of the invasion.
"Double Cross is ennobling, invigorating and, above all, entertaining.
As author Ben Macintyre lays it out in Double Cross, genuine Nazi spies in Britain would have been loath to follow Faber's example.
However, although having read Operation Mincemeat might prepare one to enjoy Double Cross more, the former is not a prerequisite for the latter.
Damon is a US soldier trying to find Iraqi chemical weapons but his mission is strewn with obstacles, violence and double cross.
Voting for this man or his party is giving them a licence to double cross. For if Mr.
Double Cross is a candid and rather unforgiving look into the nature and misdeeds of the Catholic hierarchy through history.
Its chrome steel frame is equipped with double cross braces, dual axles and both front and rear slide posts.
13 Bloch's double cross back leotard in zaffiro, $33