beneath (the/someone's) radar

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beneath (the/someone's) radar

Without being noticed, detected, or addressed. A: "Have you heard this band's latest album?" B: "I didn't even know it was out, it must have flown beneath my radar." Every year, the government promises to do something about the homelessness problem, yet every year it seems to slip beneath the radar again.
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This could be one such day when you might enjoy the chance to fly undetected beneath the radar. You don't ever need a crowd to enjoy yourself Scorpio.
Solanke, 21, says Sancho's move to Borussia Dortmund has "affected everyone" because young players will now travel anywhere to play rather than stay beneath the radar at big clubs.
New Jersey politicians want to prevent such innovation because it would be discriminatory against people too poor or otherwise flying beneath the radar who don't have bank or credit card accounts.
Labour's leaders are confident of winning power because they know what is going on beneath the radar and under the noses of political commentators.
But England Under-21 midfielder James Maddison has appeared from beneath the radar this season, and he looks more and more the real deal wherever he is deployed.
She said: "I think we have a couple of branches in industries we could work together upon and this would be beneath the radar of national governments in Berlin and London and certainly beneath the radar of Brussels.
After the commotion that accompanied her run to a first grand slam final in New York last year, American Madison Keys has been more than happy to fly beneath the radar in Melbourne.
Mergers among such companies are likely to fall beneath the radar of the Federal Trade Commission and the Department of Justice, "resulting in near-monopolies of generic drug markets with minimal if any public scrutiny."
All of which is impressive for an agency that flies beneath the radar and prefers to remain low key.
"For too long a group of coasting schools, many in leafy areas with more advantages than schools in disadvantaged communities, have fallen beneath the radar."
However, after he is sacked from the force by the mayor, the cop has to operate beneath the radar to get to the bottom of the conspiracy.
Sadly, the treatment, YTS schemes, did not work and the situation disappeared beneath the radar, kicked into the long grass and forgotten.
Excellent on Monday - his last-ditch challenge on Domaine Rouse springs to mind - he has been the club's unsung hero in my opinion with his performances falling beneath the radar.
Against the backdrop of the advances made by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isil) and the continuing chaos in Syria, events in Libya have slipped beneath the radar of most current affairs outlets.
There are undoubtedly companies that belong on this list that are flying beneath the radar, and others have long declined to share even their top-line revenue figures, which is the number used to rank the list.