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[ UK /ɪntˈɛlɪd‍ʒəns/ ]
[ US /ˌɪnˈtɛɫədʒəns/ ]
  1. a unit responsible for gathering and interpreting information about an enemy
  2. secret information about an enemy (or potential enemy)
    we sent out planes to gather intelligence on their radar coverage
  3. the ability to comprehend; to understand and profit from experience
  4. the operation of gathering information about an enemy
  5. information about recent and important events
    they awaited news of the outcome
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How To Use intelligence In A Sentence

  • A few days after, they brought the intelligence that Barbarina had returned; and the councillor dwelt with her in her new house; and the servants were commanded to call the signora Madame Cocceji. as she was his well-beloved and trusted wife. Berlin and Sans-Souci; or Frederick the Great and his friends
  • Derek constantly overcompensates for his lack of intelligence by proclaiming himself the smartest man alive.
  • Ignorance of Sarah Palin offends anyone who is educated, it's an insult to the intellectual world, american intelligence. Palin plans 'aggressive' fundraising push
  • And that is exactly why I say "intelligence" in the context of ID is a dormitive principle: Bunny and a Book
  • The Australian Security Intelligence Organisation is responsible for internal security, for counter-espionage, for counter-intelligence and counter-terrorism.
  • The latest strategy is now seen dropping unsupported accusations across the media spectrum to the effect that the intelligence agency's assignment of Ambassador Joseph Wilson to look into the now-discredited Iraq/Niger/uranium claims were all part of a long-term insidious scheme to try and discredit the Bush Administration. Brad Friedman: Wingnuts Declare Coordinated All-Out Cross-Media War on CIA as Newest Front in TreasonGate!
  • Meanwhile, all sorts of things that at one time or another were considered tests for artificial intelligence — playing chess, doing integrals, doing autonomous control — have been cracked in algorithmic ways. Wolfram Blog : Stephen Wolfram on the Quest for Computable Knowledge
  • If we fail to develop emotional intelligence, or cannot control or restrain our emotions, we will lose our intellectual ability to think, reason and live rationally and intelligently. Dr T.P.Chia 
  • The prose is of a rare stateliness and intelligence, studded with clever, sometimes almost epigrammatic mots.
  • Organized religion is a hijacker of reason, rationality, intelligence and logic and is hostile to spiritual freedom, secular and atheistic thoughts. Dr T.P.Chia 
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