The key word in the previous sentence, obviously, is "relatively."
I also believe the administration is hiding something about Benghazi and Fast and Furious, but the key word is “believe.”
The key word is reaction; we do not do anything until it is too late.
But the key word is actionable—I'm interested in questions you can act on, to possibly bring about change.
The key word here is appointed, not elected, which means he had zero legitimate popular support.
The letter "a" is then brought under "E," which is the second letter of the key word.
It is the safest sort of a cipher if the key word is carefully guarded.
That will give you a series of numbers which it is impossible to decipher unless you know the key word.
Take any key word, phrase, or sentence desired; for example, "A discovery."
He didn't like Starret staying there—a key word or a familiar face sometimes triggers the memory.