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  • All winter I followed this half-hidden thematic outline, composers directly historical in their connection or influenced by the many changes in Central Europe.

    Allan M. Jalon: Arts Lust: Central Europe's Underwear Showing

  • But even more compelling is the specter of Mr. Ansell himself, looming stubbornly half-hidden from the picture.

    Life in the Woods

  • His voice was muffled and his face half-hidden by the uptilted mug.

    Choker

  • But there's a small buzz of an echo in the final consonants, as well as the half-hidden assonance of "rays" and "pale."

    Foreign to Familiar, Essence Intact

  • It was half-hidden under a rock, traveled about 50 feet and Avery said she thinks the recent storms exposed the ring.

    Class ring found after decades in Ohio creek

  • She showed me that a designer must think more like a sculptor than a painter – that as theatre is a collaboration with the audience, moving objects that can be seen from all angles are more eloquent than static scenery half-hidden behind the proscenium arch.

    The artists' artist: set designers

  • This place looks like a thousand other hotel bars up and down the country … until you take into account its location: reached via a half-hidden lift in the lobby of St George's hotel.

    10 of the best pubs in London

  • Ms. Long has secreted lyrical clues within each picture that children will relish hunting down, from the "four collie birds" half-hidden in a bank of feathers to the changing guises of "five golden rings."

    Pipers Piping, Drummers Drumming

  • Perhaps it was this which made Mrs. Sayther nervous; for she changed her position constantly, now to look up the river, now down, or to scan the gloomy shores for the half-hidden mouths of back channels.

    THE GREAT INTERROGATION

  • There are many more half-hidden in the text, along the lines of those puzzle-pictures: find the hidden giraffe in the jungle.

    Ingrid Hill - An interview with author

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