below the radar

below the radar

In a position in which someone or something will remain unnoticed or undetected. With so many different amendments to the bill being made, some appropriations slipped below the radar. I plan to stay below the radar until this controversy blows over.
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below/under the ˈradar (screen)

if something is below/under the radar, people are not aware of it: The conflict has slipped below the radar screens of the mass media.Experts say a lot of corporate crime stays under the radar.
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Experience of Milner a big bonus for Klopp THE front three are obviously grabbing all the headlines but one player who is always happy to keep below the radar is James Milner, who has been superb again.
An unassuming power, however, hovers just below the radar and it's five-time champion TNT.
As senior year begins, Claudia mostly wants to fly below the radar and enjoy playing her favorite online role-playing game with her best friend Zoe.
HOVERING below the radar in terms of players who have had outstanding seasons has been Bournemouth's Josh King.
Everything was below the radar until I found incontrovertible evidence indicating that Adel has his coterie of homosexual friends in Thailand," al-Qabas quoted.
Dulsco, along with Dubai Industrial Park, aims to highlight the importance of preventive and timely health check-ups among residents -- especially workers -- who quite often slip below the radar when we speak of providing healthcare for all.
In fairness to Jim Gavin, he's a fella that really flies below the radar but he's obviously brilliant at his job because for him to be able to keep the levels of hunger that he has in a group that has been so successful over the last couple of years, it's remarkable really.
The Russian is flying below the radar and that has been to her advantage as relayed by Williams.
Evolution labels manager Scott Fredman said: We have been developing a new business concept for the label industry here in Australia and wanted to remain below the radar during this phase, We are now ready to roll and the XL220 is central to our vision for on-demand, short run, full color labels printed on-time, with minimum fuss and delivered to trade label printers anywhere.
This change to the welfare system is largely below the radar but has signifi-cant impact for families already struggling to get by on a low income.
The Blues are sitting below the radar in third while everyone talks about Arsenal and Man City.
of Delaware) finds indigenous roots for legal modernity in Japan in the activities of private practice lawyers operating below the radar of the state.
In a country, where parents keep young people on a tight leash and dating is considered inappropriate, late-night chatting over the phone or Internet can be a way to find love below the radar, the report further said.
However, with Congress focused firmly on budget reform, comprehensive immigration legislation and a new farm bill, energy and climate policy has largely slipped below the radar in recent months.
This plan is also an excellent opportunity to tackle issues which often fall below the radar.