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* [[http://www.penny-arcade.com/comic/2003/05/26/ This]] ''PennyArcade'' comic pokes fun at a similar theme among espionage video games.
** Now HilariousInHindsight thanks to RealLife example [[TheWarOnTerror Odyssey Dawn]].

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* [[http://www.penny-arcade.com/comic/2003/05/26/ This]] ''PennyArcade'' ''Webcomic/PennyArcade'' comic pokes fun at a similar theme among espionage video games.
** Now HilariousInHindsight thanks to RealLife example [[TheWarOnTerror [[UsefulNotes/TheWarOnTerror Odyssey Dawn]].


* Peter F. Hamilton's sci-fi trilogy ''NightsDawn'' has a different name for the series, but two of the individual novels follow this pattern:

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* Peter F. Hamilton's sci-fi trilogy ''NightsDawn'' ''Literature/NightsDawn'' has a different name for the series, but two of the individual novels follow this pattern:

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* Creator/LisaShearin uses this one for her "SPI Files" UrbanFantasy series, creating suitably espionage-flavored titles like ''The Grendel Affair'', ''The Dragon Conspiracy'', ''The Brimstone Deception'' and ''The Ghoul Vendetta''.


* The quiz show Jeopardy! had an entire category about this trope in the “Battle of the Decades” tournament called “Make Your Own Spy Novel Titles” where contestants would see a “word equation” and you had to give the title which sounded like a spy novel. For Example:

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* The quiz show Jeopardy! had an entire category about this trope in the “Battle of the Decades” tournament called “Make Your Own Spy Novel Titles” where contestants would see a “word equation” and you had to give the title which sounded like a spy novel. For Example:
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* The quiz show Jeopardy! had an entire category about this trope in the “Battle of the Decades” tournament called “Make Your Own Spy Novel Titles” where contestants would see a “word equation” and you had to give the title which sounded like a spy novel. For Example:

Clue: “The + a Mongol emperor's poetic palace + a type of papal teaching letter first issued in 1740“

Correct Response: “The Xanadu Encyclical”


* TheMoscowCriterion was a Cold War era term referring to the ability of British nuclear weaponry to pierce Soviet defences and annihilate Moscow.

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* TheMoscowCriterion UsefulNotes/TheMoscowCriterion was a Cold War era term referring to the ability of British nuclear weaponry to pierce Soviet defences and annihilate Moscow.


* [[IsraelisWithInfraredMissiles Israel's]] nuclear strategy is called "[[TakingYouWithMe The Samson Option.]]" Note that this isn't the official name. There ''is'' no official name, since [[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial there is no official status of Israel's nuclear capability]].

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* [[IsraelisWithInfraredMissiles [[UsefulNotes/IsraelisWithInfraredMissiles Israel's]] nuclear strategy is called "[[TakingYouWithMe The Samson Option.]]" Note that this isn't the official name. There ''is'' no official name, since [[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial there is no official status of Israel's nuclear capability]].

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* British game show, Series/TheKryptonFactor.

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* [[XanatosGambit The Xanatos Gambit]]

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* ''VideoGame/TheTalosPrinciple''
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* TheLaundrySeries is entirely named “The (Something) (Document(s))”:

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* TheLaundrySeries is ''Literature/TheLaundryFiles'' books are entirely named “The (Something) (Document(s))”:

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* The Manhattan Project, the US programme to develop the first nuclear weapons during World War II.


** ''Robert Ludlum's The Bourne Conspiracy'', a video game based on the Matt Damon Bourne movies, follows this naming pattern.

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** ''Robert Ludlum's The Bourne Conspiracy'', VideoGame/TheBourneConspiracy'', a video game based on the Matt Damon Bourne ''Bourne'' movies, follows this naming pattern.

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