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Proof: Since each participant obfuscates his items' ratings and hashes their meta-data before submitting them to the super-peers.
Results are expected by the end of the year from OBFUSCATE, but we remain unsure of Panaceazam's potential given the confusion around its intended use in the wake of DOMINATE.
Get me on a radio talk show and I'm monosyllabic, but when I want to get laid I sidle my Cadillac mouth up next to obfuscate and titillate and animal husbandry.
The Hurriyat forum in a statement issued in Srinagar said, 'Its purpose is to misrepresent and obfuscate the Kashmir dispute and mislead the people in India,' Thursday reported.
Those who have been spreading rumours and politicising the issue, are doing so out of prejudice and malice to obfuscate the issue and escape scrutiny and accountability," the intern writes in her blog on Legally India.
To obfuscate that unambiguous pledge with some waffle about a referendum on EU membership is, as Tony Blair used to say, "opportunism worthy of the Liberal Democrats" and precisely the kind of cynicism that is bringing politicians into disrepute.
A serious and intense work of prolonged thought and feeling, written to speak against common exhortations that obfuscate the process of understanding with the intensely human yet ultimately misleading need to believe what we want to believe.
The whole affair further underlines that any figures presented in support of Objective One are highly questionable and ``spun'' merely to obfuscate the absolute mess which the Welsh Assembly Government has made of using this massive but never-to-berepeated regeneration grant.
But these misfires did not obfuscate the importance of an underlying question.
But Karl Iderfurth, who led the talks, said: "We saw a continuing effort to evade, deny and obfuscate.