Francis is not the first Vatican insider to toy with the idea of alien life.
As a result, insider trading has been loosely defined through a mishmash of confusing verdicts and precedents.
The consensus among the captains isn't that BP has pursued favoritism or insider deals, but rather acted incompetently.
The Feds will tell you that cracking down on insider trades protects the rights of all investors.
Despite the recent spate of insider attacks, the Afghan national security force is not insignificant.
If the insider keeps his eyes wide open and waits long enough his chance will come.
"Much better than for an insider, to all appearance," I replied.
But then, you know, the insider sometimes has a better chance than the outsider.
Hereafter, for at least seven years, the Federation was an "insider" in the national government.
A triangular opening faced towards the bows of the ship, so that the insider commanded a complete view forward.
A person who has special knowledge, authority, etc, because he is within or part of some privileged group: The insiders are saying that the President will veto it (1850+)