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Definition of the noun agent-in-place
What does agent-in-place mean as a name of something?
- an operative serving as a penetration into an intelligence target
"Agent-in-place" a.k.a. "Agent in Place" is a book by Helen MacInnes.
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Flip Dictionary (2002)
by Barbara Kipfer
vicar agent for buying and selling securities: broker agent in business matters: broker, factor, syndic agent-in-place: mole agent in sexual relationship: maquereau, panderer, pimp, procurer agent legally controlling property of another: trustee ...
The Dictionary of Espionage (2013)
Spyspeak into English by Joseph Goulden
AGENT-IN-PLACE Perhaps ...
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