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hide

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lie in wait, lie in ambush, behave in a sneaky and secretive manner

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wait in hiding to attack

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How to avoid it: According to the The Muse, a website dedicated to career advice, confronting the lurker should deter him or her from further lurking.
En concreto, el trabajo de Preece, Nonnecke y Andrews (2004), en grupos de discusion online de una amplia gama de temas ha arrojado luz sobre las motivaciones de los lurkers o, como prefieren denominarlos, "participantes silentes" o "participantes no publicos".
I have to place myself among the lurkers, with occasional bursts of minor contribution when something catches my eye.
Twenty percent of the respondents said that their companies have set up formal "ambassador" programs, which give lurkers special treatment to encourage them to become more active.
On the other hand, the three other levels of perceived support--"Advice," "Insight/ Universality," and "Conflict"--did not reveal any significant difference between the posters and lurkers (a finding that I considered to be more interesting).
Trees were prime hiding spots for lurkers and muggers, making the paths especially dangerous around dusk.
This is a book of lusters, lurkers and lovers, where most of the protagonists at one point or another end up hiding in secret alcoves, harbouring their shady motives.
They also stressed the need to not allow the lurkers and evildoers erect barriers among people.
Now, though, thanks to the interweb, there's no such thing as privacy and us lurkers can happily scour the insides of people's heads, look at their holiday snaps and drool over their homemade chicken tikka masalas without any pesky court cases or ASBOs getting in the way.
Sunday 68, from Biddick Hall, South Shields, supported one of the founding British punk bands, The Lurkers, at the Three Tuns Hotel, Gateshead, last month.
Punk legends the Buzzcocks and the Lurkers are among those appearing at the event to raise money for children with cerebral palsy.
Before he turned to politics, he spent 24 years in the Navy--so apparently he was one of those shower lurkers himself.
On the other hand, some feel that Burning Man's sheer size and popularity have attracted too many "straights" and lurkers, diminishing the participatory ideal espoused by the creators.