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    Infiltrator/insurgents/intruders?

    Hello there,
    I find Infiltrator/Insurgents/Intruders mostly used in newspapers now-a-days. But what is the difference?

    Thank you
    Last edited by Shad; 14-Oct-2006 at 17:10. Reason: Missing word

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    Re: Infiltrator/insurgents/intruders?

    An infiltrator is a type of intruder who sneaks in where he doesn't belong. An intruder may intrude boldly.

    An insurgent is a person who opposes (often with violence) the authorities.
    Last edited by mykwyner; 14-Oct-2006 at 20:25. Reason: funny spelling error

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