“Disguise” in the news
Publications and example sentences
The New York Times
· Tony Kushner: Larry Kramer Howled the Truths We Needed to Hear →
Both used language as a means of pushing consciousness past every trick of language that disguises reality.
· Why Twitter labeled Trump’s tweets as misleading and Facebook didn’t →
My brothers ex had been stealing our Netflix for the past two months now by disguising her account as “settings” and honestly I ain’t even mad.
· How to cut your own hair at home during lockdown →
Created by celebrity favourite hair colourist, Josh Wood, this root touchup artfully disguises hair growth with its innovative sponge applicator that mimics in-salon colouring techniques used by the man himself.
· Why there are doubts over an 18-team AFL competition →
Gold Coast chairman Tony Cochrane did not disguise his contempt for the Gordon view on Nine this week.
· Echoes of Umberto as V'landys waves wand to give people what they want →
You go to Disneyland’s Main Street to enter a fantasy, but you are actually in a disguised supermarket, ‘buying obsessively, believing you are still playing’.
· Strauss: Die Frau ohne Schatten review – outstanding account of a demanding, dramatic masterpiece →
Thielemann’s handling of the score is unreservedly magnificent; he conveys its teeming detail and dramatic sweep in a way that almost manages to disguise its more prolix moments, while ensuring as far as possible that the singers can cut through the tumultuous scoring (for more than 160 players).
· 2 Overpriced REITs And 1 Strong Buy →
IRM is a data center REIT disguised as a paper storage company, and it offers good margin of safety and high yield while you wait.
The Wall Street Journal
· Quiet That Noisy Quarantine Home...With Decorating Advice? →
Not even the perkiest blooms, however, can disguise the shrieks of your high-schooler in the next room demanding that you “stop...
· The road to a blue-green recovery →
Lately, we have been riding over nature's benefits roughshod, taking too much for granted, disguising greed in our finest costumes of profit and progress.
· Intuition review – cliches run wild in Argentinian Netflix thriller →
But the last act is all fizzle, played out predictably with a mundanity that no amount of sweeping aerial shots can disguise.