unadvertised


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Asked how a young woman with seemingly little experience in policing had learned about the unadvertised role, Mr Costello refused to say, instead repeating that she was one of a number of candidates who were approached.
Akamai maintains a distributed set of unadvertised agents deployed across the Internet that log connection attempts, which the company classifies as attack traffic.
When questioned about Monginis' involvement in charity work Adnan said this should remain unadvertised.
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For the second time in two years, I fell foul of a horrible, unadvertised traffic nightmare on the A456 dual carriageway just past the M5 J3.
Labour's transport bill would stop train operators raising fares by more than 1% above inflation, stop them exploiting commuters with unadvertised rates and give local authorities more control over bus firms.
You can get some great, unadvertised deals just by watching the meat counter's clearance items.
He compared it to the unadvertised "soft openings" used by some new retail stores and restaurants.
His hiring was an unadvertised job position with an unknown, if any, budget.
But the 50 year-old had to face an unexpected - and unadvertised - sing-off, where she lost out to 17-year-old Cher Lloyd.
Regardless of whether the cost is pounds 100 or pounds 1,000 per trainee, such courses cannot overcome an often unadvertised feature of the human mind: its unpredictability.
The next night he did an unadvertised show - he just randomly appeared in a club with a four-piece band.