hidden hand

hidden hand

n
an unknown force or influence believed to be the cause of certain, often unfortunate, events
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They knew what was never printed in the newspapers - the wires and strings and the hidden hands that made the puppets dance.
Considered by some to be the best evidence of"the hidden hand of Satan in the affairs of Man", it is nonetheless a necessary evil when it comes to getting round the city of London.
Francis Bacon's Hidden Hand in Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice
The incident went to get register but hidden hand come and it ended on the spot without mention who on sui-gas valve of specific class room.
Explaining his recent statement, Osmani said he suspected there was a hidden hand in the process trying to destroy it.
Anyone who cares to search for his own truth rather than simply blindly accepting everything as being true so long as it comes from a position of authority (establishment) would quickly discover that The British Empire and The European Union were and are actually constructs of the same hidden hand establishment and financial elite.
A hidden hand was perceived to be indicating to the electables the way the wind was destined to blow.
The group said they "read a hidden hand" in latest move to push them out of the area.
Within a minute, you'll feel as though the hand you see reflected in the mirror is your right hand and it's right next to the mirror -- even though the hidden hand did not move.
The ideology of our Government has been there is a hidden hand in commercial affairs and no point in intervention.
"Emanating from our Arab and Islamic responsibility and from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's regional and international role, we emphasize our permanent keenness on the Arab and Islamic unity, and not to allow any hidden hand to tamper with that," the Saudi king addressed an annual reception in Mina in honor of leaders of the Islamic countries and senior Islamic dignitaries.
Her accomplishments were largely unremarked, as if they had been effected by a hidden hand, a metaphor that links her to the work she loved and to Adam Smith's economic theories of an apparently self-regulating and non-coercive market.