“Hide” in the news
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Publications and example sentences
· Ramos, Alexander-Arnold, Rashford: What we've learned about footballers from lockdown →
Many footballers have shown off new or hidden talents - from dancing, to playing the piano, to juggling toilet rolls.
· SJW Group Is Cheaper, But Not Cheap Enough →
Utilities are generally safe places for investors to hide out during market turmoil, as their steady and predictable nature becomes quite attractive when the environment is anything but steady and predictable.
· Quarantine cooking's seven biggest trends – power ranked by Adam Liaw →
The owner, Leong Kam-hon (who lost the use of one arm in a shipping container accident, became a kung fu devotee and opened a cafe) once served it to the Chinese actor Chow Yun-fat while he was filming Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon in the early aughts.
· Cutera: Currently On Sale →
The company has hid a rough patch which has caused the equity to drop some 60% and go below its original IPO price.
· Truthset raises $4.75M to help marketers score their data →
“There’s a FOMO thing here — if you’re not being measured, what are you hiding?” McKinley said.
The New York Times
· 1985: When ‘Rambo’ Tightened His Grip on the American Psyche →
Book is hiding out in rural Pennsylvania with the family of the little murder witness (Lukas Haas) in his charge.
· Netflix, Disney+ or HBO Max? The best streaming service for your watching habits →
The quality of the films varies greatly from service to service and film to film, but nearly all of them have some hidden gems for when you’re looking to spend a bit of time outside of the studio system.
· Pills, mills and bellyaches: how Blackburn out-partied Manchester →
Newsome and her friends tried to hide in the loos.
· The one person Latrell Mitchell must listen to →
And if he was suffering injuries, whether it was a fractured cheekbone in the grand final or the suspect shoulders that eventually ended his career, Burgess filed that excruciating pain in some hidden part his brain then led often his side to victory.