bolt-hole

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a hole through which an animal may bolt when pursued into its burrow or den

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Andrea Davies, domestic abuse co-ordinator for Caerphilly council, said: "The room is a secure bolt-hole which victims and children can lock themselves in and call for help.
The collet is made up of machined expanding segments which are externally profiled with ridges designed to bite into the internal diameter of the bolt-hole, providing a secure anchor for attaching the tool and spreading the joint.
The bullet-proof boxes - dubbed Panic Rooms after the hit movie starring Jodie Foster - provide secret bolt-holes where Macca and Heather could flee from potential attackers.
GRANNY nooks and teenage bolt-holes are worming their way onto home designers' drawing boards as developers finally come face-to-face with population statistics.
So it's about time at least one of the bolt-holes was sealed up.
The tool uses a patented expanding collet technology which provides a secure hold in flange bolt-holes in order to deliver a measurable, controlled force which will safely separate flanges with little or no access gap.
From Hollywood blockbusters to magazine photoshoots, people are pocketing cash for their favourite bolt-holes.
They are now focused on tracking down Saddam's fleeing aides, many of whom are trying to head for bolt-holes in Syria.
The key thing to remember when booking a break, whether its in the summer, the winter, or any time at all, is that it's so important to cover all the bolt-holes.
SCOTLAND Yard are trying to bring back three of Britain's most-wanted men from their bolt-holes in the sun after 17 years.
2 WHY do celebrities always have bolt-holes they can go to when they're in trouble?
SCOTLAND Yard are trying to bring back three of Britain's most-wanted men from their luxury bolt-holes in the sun after 17 years.