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unobtrusive

(ŭn″ŏb-troo′siv)
Tending to blend in rather than stand out; barely perceptible; subtle.
unobtrusiveness (′siv-nĕs)
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Unobtrusive measures include archival data from records and documents related to activities of people, institutions, and other groups.
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