Jonathan Pollard is an American spy who is serving a life sentence for passing on classified information to Israel.
The arraignment concluded as usual, with the exception of the judge inquiring about classified material.
Using this device he was able to store hundreds of thousands of classified documents in decrypted form.
Tara McKelvey on why the usual hard line on classified information has been dropped.
Spending for these projects is described in classified documents attached to intelligence and national defense legislation.
He is a—a boor—who owns the adjoining mine, Mr. Wade classified him.
These books are classified and so arranged as to be of immediate use.
Bulwer's work may be classified according to subject, though not chronologically.
She had irritated him then, for he had not yet classified her.
All the generators at present before the public may be classified under three heads: 1.
"arranged in classes," 1828, past participle adjective from classify. Meaning "secret" (of government information) is from 1941, American English. Classifieds (n.) "newspaper advertisements arranged by classes," 1913, is short for classified advertisements