Definitions for "Spy"
To explore; to view, inspect, and examine secretly, as a country; -- usually with out.
A person sent secretly into an enemy's camp, territory, or fortifications, to inspect his works, ascertain his strength, movements, or designs, and to communicate such intelligence to the proper officer.
secretly collect sensitive or classified information; intentionally do something in a hidden way that people will not know about, "spy for the Russians using a spy camera".
Keywords:  etf, spdrs, amex, graydon, kurt
AMEX tracking stock that represents the S&P 500
First and largest ETF, Standard & Poor's Depositary Receipts (SPDRs) track the S&P 500 and are pronounced just like the name for arachnid.
Amex-traded ETF tracking the "large-cap" S&P 500 Index.
Spy is singer-songwriter Carly Simon's ninth album, and eighth studio album, released in 1979. It is also her last album for Elektra Records.
Keywords:  squeak, squash
squash squeak
Keywords:  bbc, pact, cinema, alliance, decade
Spy is a British television programme originally made by Wall to Wall for BBC Three in 2004. It has been one of the most-exported UK television shows of the present decade; according to the Producers' Alliance for Cinema and Television (PACT), it had been sold to 129 countries by April 2005.
To gain sight of; to discover at a distance, or in a state of concealment; to espy; to see.
To discover by close search or examination.
catch sight of
Keywords:  scrutinize, narrowly, search
To search narrowly; to scrutinize.
A class or method that mimics an object under test, but whose only function is to report on values observed. So a spy is a somewhat elaborated stub or degenerate mock object.
Keywords:  inportant, info, mac, menu, extra
Spy is a Mac OS X menu extra displaying inportant info about your computer
Keywords:  constant, conduct, keeps, watch, others
One who keeps a constant watch of the conduct of others.