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lurk

verb ambuscade, be stealthy, be unseen, conneal oneself, crouch, ensconce oneself, escape detection, escape notice, escape observation, escape recognition, hide, keep out of sight, latitare, lie connealed, lie hidden, lie in ambush, lie in wait, lie low, move furtively, prowl, seclude oneself, secrete oneself, skulk, slink, sneak, steal
See also: prowl
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At the same time, new levels of network intelligence are arriving in the storage network and revealing the areas of congestion lurking in every SAN.
So what's the agenda lurking behind the author's engaging narration and commonsense tone?
While many will tout the nonstop action, insane thrills, and unparalleled graphics engine of this years must have first-person shooter title, Gears of War, gay gamers will undoubtedly pick up on the sweet, subtle tenderness lurking beneath the mega-warrior heroes of the game.
And I saw one of the scariest creatures of all, Managed Care, lurking about as an alternative for Medicaid-financed LTC.
But with Claude the gator lurking around, the homes must be strong enough to withstand a strong tail whack.
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Instead, we get a dispiriting parade of possessed kids, figures lurking in the shadows and entirely predictable boo
Tomorrow dear friends at the opening of the Congress's agenda I will speak to you on this danger that is lurking and tell you how we can fight and work against this threat to make sure this universal sport will play its role to bring people together in the future.
Internet companies also have a responsibility to seek and block disgusting specimens lurking on the web.
Yeah, we would have disbelieved that, too, but "Maggots Ate Her Brain," by The Lurking Corpses not only goes there, but pulls it off with aplomb.