nowhere to be found


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See: lost
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While the other candidates are busy campaigning, appearing at debates and generally engaging with the public, he is nowhere to be found.
Then I tried looking for her on Facebook but she was nowhere to be found.
And couch-hopping, journalist-insulting Tom is nowhere to be found.
According to the long-awaited preamble to the European constitution, Europe's history is leavened by a "spiritual impulse," but God is nowhere to be found in the document.
It is interesting to note that stories by two of the authors on the front cover, Reginald Hill and Patricia Highsmith, are nowhere to be found in this volume.