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analysis
used in Zero Day

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1  —4 uses as in:
psychiatrist suggested analysis
Definition
psychiatric treatment — (using any of many theories of the human mind that use talk therapy to understand the unconscious mind)
  • Here individual cubicles were lined up and analysts and artists toiled away on the product that General Carson would be poring over tomorrow at 0500.
    p. 230.1
  • The personnel of J23 were analysts and graphic artists, about two dozen in total, who methodically built the briefing book each week, using intelligence input not only from DIA but also from other agencies like CIA and NSA.
    p. 229.3
  • "I'm an analyst at DoD."
    p. 242.7
  • Some people make good analysts and some don't."
    p. 242.9

There are no more uses of "analysis" flagged with this meaning in Zero Day.

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  • The briefings were strong and the analysis underlying them was spot-on.
    p. 226.4
  • And beyond that he refused to engage in any further self-analysis.
    p. 16.8
  • ...latex gloves, flashlights, paper bags, body bags and tags, 35-millimeter and instant cameras, green biohazard suits complete with hood and air filtering gear, white field evidence collection scrubs, tape measure, ruler, evidence tape, departmental file forms, latent print kit, GSR analysis kit, barrier sheeting, digital recorder, crime scene notebook, medical equipment kit, shoe covers, body thermometer, purification mask, reflective vest, pocketknife, and nearly six dozen other items.
    p. 26.5
  • If the muzzle was choke-bored it could muddy that analysis.
    p. 68.7
  • So the analysis came down to a possible lead or someone looking to do him harm.
    p. 158.8

There are no more uses of "analysis" in Zero Day.

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