|secretary for confidential matters||private secretary|
|(Urdu) writer secretary or native language teachers employed by Europeans||munshi|
|ability to notice and value quality, attunement to subtle differentiation, discernment; partiality, unequal treatment; ability to choose well (in matters of taste), signal selection, treating people differently through prejudice||discrimination|
|abstruse, private, confidential; meant only for the initiated or the select few, restricted to initiates, secret||esoteric|
|accidental escape of electricity, accidental escape or entry, act of urination, allow a liquid or other substance to enter or escape through a small hole or opening; escape or pass through a leak; divulge confidential or secret information; let secret ...||leak|
|adherence to a theory without consideration for practical matters||doctrinairism|
|Andrew William Mellon (1855-1937), American financier and philanthropist, American Secretary of the Treasury from 1921-1932; family name||Mellon|
|area of shallow water, having little depth, not deep; superficial, not concerned with serious intellectual matters; weak, breathing in very little air, make or become shallow, not thinking or feeling deeply, taking in little air||shallow|
|assistant secretary, subordinate of a secretary of state||undersecretary|
|assistant, private assistant or secretary||famulus|
|at the edge of the road, in prison, inner edge, interior; interior part, inward; within; in; in the house; in jail (Slang), located on or in the inner side; private, confidential, privileged, prep. within; in, privileged access, relating to inner feeli...||inside|
|available only to a select group, enjoying special advantages, enjoying special rights not enjoyed by others; belonging to a group that enjoys special benefits or advantages, favored; confidential, restricted to a limited number of persons, honored or ...||privileged|
|basic materials for glass or glaze, calcined or partially fused matters used in making glass; substance resembling glass used in making porcelain or glazes, ground flux, make into frit, make into frit; prepare by heat (substances for making glass)||frit|
|Betty Currie, personal secretary of U.S. President Bill Clinton (served as the liaison between Monica Lewinsky and Bill Clinton and was investigated during the Lewsinky/Clinton scandal); city in the state of Maine (USA); city in the state of New York (...||Currie|
|branch of government which deals with judicial matters; judicial system, court system; judges, government branch dispensing justice, judges in general, of or pertaining to a branch of government which deals with judicial matters; of or pertaining to th...||judiciary|
|cardinal administering secular matters||camerlingo; camerlengo|
|carefully looked after, carefully preserved and confidential||well-kept|
|casual conversation, conversation about personal matters, habitual talker, one who gossips, one who spreads rumors; rumors, idle talk about the private affairs of others, spread rumors||gossip|
|categorize things or people, declare information sensitive and thus restricted, group, sort, arrange systematically; make confidential||classify|
|certified professional secretary||CPS; C.P.S.|
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