Covert way

(Fort.) See Covered way, under Covered.
(Fort.) See Covered way, under Covered.

See also: Covert, Way

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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He also pledged better co-operation between French and UK law enforcement agencies, more work on disrupting attempts to cross the Channel "both directly, but also in more covert ways" and the Government doing "everything we can" to ensure migrants are returned to France where possible.
He also pledged: | Better co-operation between French and UK law-enforcement agencies; | more work on disrupting attempts to cross the Channel "both directly, but also in more covert ways"; | the Government doing "everything we can" to ensure migrants are returned to France where possible; But the Home Secretary acknowledged that if Border Force vessels pick up migrants in British waters, they would be taken to a port in Britain.
He also pledged better co-operation between French and UK law enforcement agencies, more work on disrupting attempts to cross the Channel "both directly, but also in more covert ways" and the Government doing "everything we can" to ensure migrants are returned to France where possible; But the Home Secretary acknowledged that if Border Force vessels pick up migrants in British waters, they would be taken to a port in Britain.
Slaves fought their bondage and the dehumanizing conditions thereof in a variety of overt and covert ways. Barbecue, spirituals, jazz, rock and roll, a deep sense of family, a thirst for education and civic engagement found in the black community are directly attributable to the coping and survival mechanisms during slavery's existence and thereafter.
Where the Private School Association has the right to appeal the Islamabad High Court's interim order, it certainly has no right to dismiss the order and use underhanded and covert ways to extort money from parents.
This is a smart way of maintaining the status quo without openly supporting partition -- the anti-settlement parties back it by arguing the Cyprus Republic must be preserved at all costs -- which the majority of foreign ministry employees appear to pursue in covert ways. Now, anyone would think the foreign ministry was serving a DIKO or EDEK government rather than that of President Anastasiades, whose efforts to find a settlement do not appear to have the approval of the ministry mandarins.
Racism persists in covert ways under the guise of other motives; it is manifest in the tendency to stereotype and marginalise segments of the population whose presence is perceived as a threat.
But it does still happen, racism still exists inside and outside football grounds and operates in overt and covert ways. "In the Stephen Lawrence case there was a term that was coined - 'institutional racism.' .' Racism that you can't pin down but is still active,'' said Regis.
According to the source, Hezbollah is stressing a return to its covert ways, a pillar that has characterized its resistance operations against Israel in the past three decades.
This book examines how social and political changes brought about by transnational migration and the new economic order are producing new ways of regulating language and establishing what counts as 'linguistic capital.' Contributors in linguistics, TESOL, cultural studies, and the sociology of language take a critical ethnographic-sociolinguistic stance to examine the overt and covert ways in which language and institutional practices address core questions concerning power and the place of migrants in various national contexts.
So you just have to find covert ways of sneaking in the help so they hardly notice and don't have time to assert their growing independent through the medium of ignorance.
Anger and fear, those first cousins in the pain category, often are simmering under the surface and frequently erupting in typical, covert ways.