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This year, Mind the Gap, a secretive Silicon Valley donor group supporting progressive candidates, is also sending donors their way, according to Vox.
These arachnids are usually secretive, and almost all you meet are neither aggressive nor dangerous.
The review process is highly secretive, but according to the Washington Post, the panel has launched dozens of investigations this year alone, aimed primarily at companies that received investment from China or Russia.
Their plans by all estimations have remained very secretive.
After a somewhat lackluster beginning to his professional running career, Farah and his family moved to Oregon early in 2011 to join the secretive Nike program based at the Beaverton world headquarters.
The largely secretive group marries Andean folklore and Hebrew Bible lessons, borrowing from both ancient Inca practices and the Ten Commandments.
Pegasus is the blockbuster product of NSO Group, a secretive billion-dollar Israeli surveillance company.
How could she be at the same time both cruel and tender, both true and false, frank and secretive, spiritual and sensual?
THE WAVEALGERNON BLACKWOOD
He was a secretive man who shared no secrets with his neighbors if he could help it, yet whose very idiosyncrasies betrayed them.
DOROTHY AT SKYRIEEVELYN RAYMOND
He was still in no hurry, but he grew cautious now, and secretive.
THE RANGE BOSSCHARLES ALDEN SELTZER

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