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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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This practice seems to be entirely without tiresome vanity for here, as there, it has extrapolated from the existing scale and order to create volumes that, where necessary, fit in so unobtrusively as to be scarcely recognizable as interlopers.
Unobtrusively installed elsewhere in the church, smaller pieces by Martine Aballea, Barbara Kruger, and others played on these same tensions between outward form and inner feelings.
For starters, the system has been designed to unobtrusively affix flush on the wall, can be operated from remote locations throughout the apartment, offers audio transmissions far superior on standard intercoms, has on-screen messaging capabilities, as well as medical and smoke alerts.
Kudos go to the technical staff who kept all of this going so unobtrusively.
Inflight unobtrusively harnesses real-time web channel data, transforms and feeds it at wirespeed to multiple backend systems, and integrates with Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) solutions, Business Intelligence (BI), Enterprise Fraud, Web Analytics and Marketing Automation solutions.
DINING OUT: Almost unobtrusively, in the far corner of busy Warner Plaza on the northeast corner of the intersection at Topanga Canyon and Ventura Boulevard, Big Al's Homestyle Barbecue quietly opened on Jan.
From desk, to book, to spectacle case, each object is shown in circumstances that unobtrusively emphasize its nature.
The camera recording all this is not stationary but moves unobtrusively, as if sensitively following the story; the tape has been subtly processed so that it is slightly jerky.
In Jennifer Muller's new work, The Spotted Owl, the Marty Beller percussion ensemble is arranged unobtrusively upstage.
He and his team do it all, quietly and unobtrusively, much of it between midnight and dawn.
Usually, one of the actors is standing unobtrusively aside or out of sight completely, but not always.
Responding to the circumscribed landscape of England rather than to the boundless one of the Americas, Long and Fulton have acted with tactful diplomacy, marking the countryside unobtrusively or not at all--both have simply documented walks they have taken.