below the radar screen

below the radar screen

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 screen. I plan to stay below the radar screen until this controversy blows over.
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Just below the radar screen of much security analysis in this region is a largely unnoticed feature of globalization: the fact that you are dealing with countries who have acquired conceptual and material tools from what we call the 'West,' and yet remain deeply embedded in their traditional cultures.
Plains operates below the radar screen. I know little about the company because they don't like interviews.
Until then, these unfunded obligations were below the radar screen and allowed to increase rapidly."
In addition to the State of the District section, we also feature more in depth analysis of liquidity and interest rate risk, both of which may be flying a bit below the radar screen in this prolonged period of low interest rates but which remain on our list of potential risk concerns.
However, given his aversion to the public spotlight, and insistence upon keeping all media commentary anonymous, Ross operates well below the radar screen on even such high profile purchases as the F-35.
This item should send shock waves throughout Arab political establishments, but for now it appears to lie below the radar screen.
Not having to register to be exempt helps those firms to stay below the radar screen of tax compliance and enforcement authorities.
'"We have been very successful at finding and identifying brands that to some extent are 'below the radar screen,'" Mr.
Sometimes, the probability of catastrophic risks occurring is so low that it simply drops below the radar screen. "Organisations failed to think through the scenarios and underestimated the interconnectivity between the risks.
The new fund will try to take advantage of the current weakness in the real estate sector by investing in selected opportunities that fall "below the radar screen" of larger funds; typically investments ranging between E10 million and E20 million.
When attitudes about race, gender, age, religion, and other powerful markers of who we are fly below the radar screen, then voters are manipulated.
There are, however, several important initiatives flying below the radar screen that should significantly improve the capacity of the Government of Canada to manage its financial reporting and accounting responsibilities, a core component of government accountability.
If governors, educators, parents, and communities really care about helping youths "who drop below the radar screen of most high schools," as Price describes them, they ought to consider some of the attributes of these programs and see what they can learn.
Ironically, while George Comfort & Sons has been working with such property owners virtually since its founding in 1919, business in this "below the radar screen" sector of the market "is getting busier and more intense than ever," according to Comfort president Peter S.
Not the cause of the failure, but because of the fact that we operate so far below the radar screen that the public does not even know that we exist or that we see a problem until there is a catastrophic failure.