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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"For too long, coercive control has fallen below the radar and now, with the new law, women will feel they have been listened to about their experience.
"For too long coercive control has fallen below the radar and now, with the new law, women will feel they have been listened to about their experience.
The Fund's focus is on acquiring the debt of stressed middle-market businesses, with average transaction sizes of EUR 10 - 50 million, which fall below the radar and mandate of larger distressed and special situations funds.
He had been among us for a couple of years in Dunedin, keeping below the radar of police and security services.
It refers to largely "below the radar" modifications in persuasive attempts that tend to leverage someone into compliance.
The FBR is still being run the same as before, with the focus set on squeezing existing taxpayers without formulating a policy to bring into the net the vast majority of non-taxpayers who are easily able to remain below the radar. At the centre is the Finance Minister who seemingly entered this minefield with no plan, although he had been chosen for the position much in advance of his party coming to power.
TCM makes equity investments between USD 10m and USD 25m, targeting transactions which fall "below the radar" of larger institutional investors.
He believes Microsoft 's security portfolio is "flying below the radar" of most Street analysts and is central to the company's "emerging" average revenue per user growth story.
Although the cyber security industry has consistently developed state-of-the-art, government-sponsored operations, Kaspersky said threat actors have the capability to go underground and below the radar to avoid publicity and the likelihood of being 'found out.' With enough resources, they will be able to diversify tool kits and practices, making detection and attribution extremely difficult.
The ground floor is home to Arthur's Coffee shop and a barbers, while McKibben Commercial, film company Below the Radar and SureSkills Ltd are on the upper floors.
To explore the activities and roles of small informal volunteer organizations in local communities, British social scientists discuss scoping and mapping community actions and activities; community groups and activities in context; under-explored radars; and thinking about voice, learning, and emotion below the radar. Their topics include getting below the radar: micro-mapping hidden community activity, surviving below the radar: community groups and activities in hard times, whether there is a black and minority ethnic third sector in Britain, learning to sustain social action, and authentic and legitimate: the emotional role of grassroots community activists in policymaking.
Even as inflation has undeniably eroded workers' nominal wages, inequality is worsening below the radar due to the stagnation of real wages, while productivity has boomed.
In 2012, a significant tornado in North Carolina didn't show up because the rotation was below the radar limitation of 8500 feet AGL.
Thus, some businessmen found themselves employing a wide range of survival strategies - from staying below the radar and away from Duterte's eyes; adding new members to the board of their companies to include those who have the President's ears or removing those who may have had pissed off Duterte or any of his allies in the past and partnering with businessmen perceived to be close to Duterte.
We cannot take the chance that violent extremism will survive below the radar only to once again emerge with renewed vigour.