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lurk around

to slink or sneak around somewhere. Who is that guy lurking around the building? Stop lurking around.
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lurk

in. to read computer newsgroups or forums without ever making a comment. I’ve been lurking for a few weeks but just have to get in a few comments.
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Youngsters should not be left alone to dodge the sick spiders who lurk at the heart of the Web.
With apologies to the classic radio drama ``The Shadow,'' the modern-day version of Lamont Cranston's alter ego lurks in the cyberworld of City Hall, spilling some secrets, passing along gossip and offering some amusing insight into local politics.
A snake subjected to such vexations sometimes slithers off to lurk somewhere else.
The Lurk wants to know everyone's name and what their interests are.
Aly must use her magic to protect her charges and to help the rebel group, as dangers lurk everywhere.
The new release of our Attack Mitigator IPS 5500 provides a number of powerful enhancements that deliver the highest levels of protection and performance necessary for our customers to stay ahead of the cyber-threats and dynamic DDoS attacks that lurk online.
Taylor's newest novel takes readers back to the 19th-century London of Shadowmancer where fantasy and fact intertwine, creating a dark world where both angels and demons lurk among the shadows.
They are the planets that lurk beyond the realm of our own solar system--and are sometimes so strange that they challenge our very definition of the word planet.
On that seemingly spotless kitchen counter and in the cracks of our TV remotes lurk invisible germs just itching to give us colds, intestinal ailments and a host of other health problems.
In this way, they could determine how black holes that lurk at the hearts of these galaxies evolved over time.
But the ghosts of Nixon, Liddy and Bob Haldeman still lurk throughout Watergate.
In another proposal, middleweights formed outright early in the universe and will ultimately pack on enough mass to become supermassive black holes, like the one believed to lurk at the core of our own galaxy.
Along the way, numerous "clickable" surprises, animations and songs lurk in various corners and pathways.
What prompts some females to lurk for takeover opportunities while others build nests?