Disguises can be used by and seeking to avoid identification. A person working for an agency trying to get information might go 'undercover' to get information without being recognised by the public; a may go 'incognito' in order to avoid unwelcome press attention. In and films, disguises are often used by , and in they may be used by . Dressing up in costumes is a tradition.
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In comic books and superhero stories, disguises are used to hide and keep special powers secret from ordinary people. For example, passes himself off as , and disguises himself in a costume so that he cannot be recognized as Peter Parker.
often disguised himself as someone else to avoid being recognized. Examples include dressing as a in order to avoid being spotted on the moor so that he could get his investigative work done in , or as an so that he could speak with about his evil plan in .
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