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Such and such a piece of information #1 (permalink) Sun Feb 13, 2005 9:22 am   Such and such a piece of information
 

Test No. incompl/advan-39 "State Secrets", question 1

We often hear that such and such a piece of information cannot be released into the public ......... in the interest of national security.

(a) dominion
(b) domination
(c) domain
(d) domestic

Test No. incompl/advan-39 "State Secrets", answer 1

We often hear that such and such a piece of information cannot be released into the public domain in the interest of national security.

Correct answer: (c) domain

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what does the "such and such" phrase mean?
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Such and such a piece of information #2 (permalink) Sun Feb 13, 2005 11:26 am   Such and such a piece of information
 

such and such a piece of information = various pieces of information

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Public domain #3 (permalink) Thu May 26, 2005 11:14 am   Public domain
 

Hi,
I don't get this sentence. Public domain is a set of word means what?
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Public domain #4 (permalink) Thu May 26, 2005 20:31 pm   Public domain
 

The public domain in the given context means people who follow the news and current events in their country.

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