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use "clandestine" in a sentence

As seen in DCU Heroes Secret Files , February 1999 q quorum The quorum is the clandestine and apparently corrupt department of an unnamed government agency in the DC Comics universe.

Calinescu Vianu, p.345 Another incriminating evidence used by the communist authorities was a
Little Crakes and clamorous Reed Warblers occur together with migrants.

Explore whole new areas across a post-apocalyptic landscape; the crackling desert of the mysteriously drained harbors, the whistling desolation of abandoned spaceports and the clamorous factories that continue to manufacture their robotic wares.

In the end, Kempson's imitation feels clamorous and hollow, especially when you consider how calmly yet hilariously Bowles rendered her fantastic and fanatical worlds: she didn't manufacture her characters' internal disorder so much as have them live it.

To its credit, it notes that Muslim scholars--it uses the term "preachers"--have been clamorous in their rejection of ISIS' slave practices.

With nearly two-thirds of U.S. adults overweight or obese and obesity now considered a disease, the Obesity Society's meeting this week highlights the clamorous effort to offer new treatments that are accessible to a wider range of patients.

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