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lurk

lurk

To view the interaction in a chat room or online forum without participating by typing in any comments. See de-lurk.
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But a much more realistic and just as dangerous hazard may lurk beneath the waves.
vivax, Entamoeba histolytica, and even Salmonella almost felt benign when compared to methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, vancomycin-resistant Enterococcus, and multidrug-resistant gram-negative bacteria that lurk in shiny hospitals in the United States.
Marine biologists are now wondering what other monsters lurk in the deep, dark sea.
Librarians will not be able to lurk effectively on all classes offered by their institutions.
In the projects, senior citizens refuse to leave their apartments for fear of what dangers lurk in the halls, and parents cannot let their children play outside where gunfire might erupt.
I'll lurk around message boards, monitoring conversations that are related to programs, products or services I'm working on.
When they do, assumptions are proven wrong and surprises lurk around every corner.
This is a place where black-necked cranes return to a young king's domain which is under threat, and a band of foreign outlaws lurk, and a mysterious monastery high on a cliff holds what might be the answer to protecting one of Earth's last unspoiled places and the cranes that depend upon it for their very survival.
Many candle manufacturers and retailers don't even disclose the hazardous compounds that often lurk in their products, from heavy metals to synthetic toxins.