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Holding the pistol concealed, he walked to the rear wall of the stockade.
But it was not a tall structure and other buildings concealed it.
While several yards from it, still concealed by the shrubbery, she'd seen two men on her left at the pool's edge.
Sibylla is pregnant with their second child when she finds the ivory tablet concealed by her husband, and the identities of mother and son are revealed.
During the slow buildup, the essence of a policy or a man is concealed under embroidered details, fine words, strutting gestures.
Just before leaving the arroyo where he was partially concealed, he did hear shots down at the house.
On the other hand significant facts may be concealed -- she may mean I or everybody, as it did with the tense and irritable woman mentioned before, may refer to a specific person.
Most of their original objections about `` shells '' were overridden by the relief that these hideous ( to them ) bodies were mercifully concealed.
In the late 2nd century CE floor mosaic from El Djem, Roman Thysdrus, he is identifiable as Apollo Helios by his effulgent halo, though now even a god's divine nakedness is concealed by his cloak, a mark of increasing conventions of modesty in the later Empire.
In some cases, an appellant may successfully argue that the law under which the lower decision was rendered was unconstitutional or otherwise invalid, or may convince the higher court to order a new trial on the basis that evidence earlier sought was concealed or only recently discovered.
Thebe, Alexander's wife and cousin ( or half-sister, as the daughter of Jason of Pherae ), concealed her three brothers in the house during the day, had the dog removed when Alexander had gone to rest, and, having covered the steps of the ladder with wool, brought up the young men to her husband's chamber.
An ambush is a long-established military tactic, in which the aggressors ( the ambushing force ) take advantage of concealment and the element of surprise to attack an unsuspecting enemy from concealed positions, such as among dense underbrush or behind hilltops.
Carnegie tried to keep this information concealed, but legal document released in 1900, during proceeding with the ex-chairman of Carnegie Steel Henry Clay Frick revealed how favorable the tariffs had been.
When carried, the Ark was always wrapped in a veil, in skins and a blue cloth, and was carefully concealed, even from the eyes of the priests who carried it.
From it she was rescued by a priest named Martin, who dug a subterraneous passage, by which she escaped, and remained concealed in the woods, her rescuer supporting her, meantime, by the fish he caught in the lake.
*# The division of mankind threatens it with destruction ... Only universal cooperation under conditions of intellectual freedom and the lofty moral ideals of socialism and labor, accompanied by the elimination of dogmatism and pressure of the concealed interests of ruling classes, will preserve civilization ...
Hand signals are used to assist the " eye in the sky ", a person or video camera located above the table and sometimes concealed behind one-way glass.
One of Linnaeus ' classifications, the Cryptogamia, included all plants with concealed reproductive parts ( mosses, liverworts and ferns ), and algae and fungi.
However, since it cuts across the base of the hills, the creep is often concealed by or confused with slide activity.
The strengths of the bellingerent forces are unknown, but we know that Cniva divided his forces into three units, with one of these parts concealed behind a swamp.
Due to its somewhat concealed, but very potent nature, this hypothetical idea is described by some experts as " banal imperialism.
The kusari was sometimes concealed entirely between layers of cloth.
He told Khrushchev that the missiles would be concealed and camouflaged by the palm trees.
Some consider literary theory merely an aesthetic concern, as articulated, for example, in Joseph Addison's notion of a critic as one who helps understand and interpret literary works: " A true critic ought to dwell rather upon excellences than imperfections, to discover the concealed beauties of a writer, and communicate to the world such things as are worth their observation.
Before long, and much to the embarrassment of the authorities, the media began to expose severe social and economic problems the Soviet government had long denied and actively concealed.

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