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  • r  without being seen
    these organisms enter the body invisibly

  • Shy and perpetually veiled, the two wives moved about London invisibly.
  • Matt Rhoades, 31, the former Republican National Committee research director and master of the invisibly planted story, is going Romney.
  • The idea that the Twelfth Imam could be present, either invisibly or in the bodily guise of an ordinary guest seated on a folding chair, led the assembly to a sort of climax .

  • Barbara Boxer in ZDNet
    These are "insidious programs that install themselves on users' computers," said Sen. Barbara Boxer, D-Calif. "It's hard to use analogies with this, but it's sort of like somebody walking around your house, kind of invisibly."
  • Mukesh Kapila in USA Today
    Lets not forget that the HIV disaster takes place invisibly,said Kapila. "A few here, a few hundred there, if you add up the numbers it's a major disaster for many communities."
  • Darwyn Cooke in comic Book Resources
    It's funny, because it has sort of invisibly added up to an incredible amount of time,said Cooke. "But geez, you know, I am just so happy for it. That people have embraced it the way they have is great. But nothing is better than when I go...

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