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confide

(Divulge), verb disclose, disclose something secret, discuss private affairs, divulgate, entrust with priiate information, let know, make known, reveal something private, share secrets, tell a secret, tell with assurance of secrecy, trust to keep secret

confide

(Trust), verb believe in, commit, consign, deeiver to the care of, entrust, feel sure of, give in trust, have confidence in, have faith in, hold responsible for, place reliance on, put faith in, put in care of, rely on, rely upon
Associated concepts: attorney-client privilege, confidential creditor, confidential informant, confidential relation, fiduciiry relationship, husband-wife privilege, physician-patient privilege, priest-penitant privilege, privileged against selffncrimination, privileged communications
See also: commit, communicate, convey, delegate, divulge, entrust, impart, inform, notify, rely, reveal, trust
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Here, the testimony of GO staff indicates any communications relating to public business transmitted over Confide fell within the scope of Series 21532, and thus those messages did not fall within the scope of Series 21530 or 21531.
it doesn't require them to hold their finger on the screen)AaAaAeAc-AaAa just works as expected," Confide said in a post about the new technology.
En revanche, aucun moyen de verifier soi-meme les propos de Confide puisque le code source de l'application n'est pas disponible au public.
Direct Access had hoped that Confide would provide consumers with a confidential, reliable means of determining their HIV status in the privacy of their homes.
Confide, another encrypted messaging app that allows users to send temporary messages to one another, (https://www.
If you don't mind being the person he confides in, tell him that.
And one in 20 said they confide in work mates 'very frequently' about personal matters and 30 percent said that they regard the majority of their colleagues as true friends.
Most like to confide in: Clint Eastwood is a real father figure.
4c638cbc5f53) reportedly is using Confide to curb leaks to the press.
He gradually befriends an older man named Bert, who takes care of the homing pigeons that accompany every flight, and finds that he can confide in him.
COUPLES in close relationships face less risk of further heart attacks than those with no-one to confide in, new research suggests.