The plane holding the fashion chief and his friends went off the radar two weeks ago.
But it may have put him on the radar of local law enforcement.
Geller explains that she has been covering the president “daily” since he came on her radar in January 2007.
Christie continued to have a radar for setting at ease those whom Coben calls “in a corner feeling uncomfortable.”
Tea Partiers running against incumbents notched some other moral victories too in races that flew under the radar.
Roger gripped the sides of the chart table and stared at the radar scanner.
Alright, Mr. Stewart, how did you find your cow, with some new kind of radar?
A Canadian station noticed the pip on its radar screen first.
I gave the radar boys the word just before Mantor dropped in on us.
Crag glanced worriedly at the radar altimeter and hit the braking rockets harder.
"electronic system for locating objects by means of radio waves," 1941, acronym (more or less) from radio detecting and ranging. The U.S. choice, it won out over British radiolocation. Figurative from 1950.