Reveal hand - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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reveal (one's) hand
To make one's plans, intentions, ideas, or resources known to others, especially those that were previously hidden or kept secret. (Also expressed as "reveal (one's) cards"; both phrases refer to displaying one's cards ("hand") during a card game.) In business negotiations, it's important that you don't reveal your hand right away, or you might risk losing out on the best deal possible. Pressure from the government is forcing the notoriously secretive CEO to reveal his hand regarding his company's tax profile and offshore accounts.
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This study has been performed to reveal hand
bone peculiarities of elite male judoists by comparing their phalangeal and metacarpal bones with those of sedentary men on the basis of biometric ratio of the bones by means of three-dimensional (3D) reconstruction of multidetector computed tomography (MDCT) images.
The couple can be seen in the traditional Ihram, a state in which pilgrims wear special outfits: twopiece seamless garments for men and any loose dress for women, who are permitted to reveal hands
and faces only.
But during cross examination the kid gloves were removed to reveal hands