Thesaurus / conceal


Trachtman combines natural items with the man-made ones and sometimes partly conceals items inside the assemblages.
He shopped online for a “Surgical Steel Tomahawk Axe” and a concealed firearm built to look like a cellphone, prosecutors alleged, and discussed coordination with Proud Boys and Three Percenters.
The thin heating elements are fully concealed within the garment and are protected by a waterproof membrane, so you don’t need to worry about rain.
Chastain told the officer he did not threaten Karau with a weapon but that he did have a concealed-carry permit and had a pistol on his person at the time of the incident, according to the police report.
He described it as “a kind of mask, designed on the one hand to make a definite impression upon others, and, on the other, to conceal the true nature of the individual.”
Also in BusinessPapa John’s on Wednesday received the dismissal of a lawsuit accusing the pizza chain and founder John Schnatter of defrauding shareholders by concealing its “toxic” workplace environment.
These hunting tactics are consistent with those of modern bobbit worms, which conceal their 3-meter-long bodies in sand and surge forth to grab unsuspecting prey with scissorlike teeth.
They said the companies produced, marketed and sold fossil fuel products they knew to be dangerous to the climate and engaged in a “coordinated, multi-front effort” to conceal a link between fossil fuel use and climate change.
Open carry is still allowed outside the building, and people who have concealed pistol licenses can still carry concealed weapons inside.
Underwood is a fan of closed storage in an entryway to conceal visual clutter, she says.


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