hiding place

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a place suitable for hiding something (such as yourself)

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During an hours-long standoff, Kueck shot at deputies from a hiding place on the property and at an armored car that drove onto the property and pushed into the structure in an effort to force his surrender.
3) An Easter egg is about to be snatched from its hiding place during Saturday's hunt at Johnny Carson Park in Burbank.
My ``secret intelligence'' on finding his hiding place is merely the ``common sense'' that you can't find that cave from 30,000 feet.
Steve said: "I thought it would be a good hiding place - it turned out it was too good.
Ulysses Everett McGill (George Clooney), a pop-eyed, pomade-abusing conflation of Clark Gable and George Brent's worst acting tics, has convinced fellow prisoners Pete (Coen regular John Turturro) and Delmar (actor-director Tim Blake Nelson) to jump the road crew and head home with him to retrieve a stash of stolen cash - before the Tennessee Valley Authority floods over the hiding place.
Every firefighter had his own hiding hole, and at night my father would sometimes hear people crawling around stealing liquor from someone else's hiding place.
This hideaway, found last month behind a shop, prompted Trading Standards officers in Gloucester to ask "Is this the strangest illegal tobacco hiding place so far?
When the lady got to the hiding place, Out jumped his twin with a scary face, The poor lady nearly jumped out of her skin, She was not amused and cross with that twin.
The vehicle was recovered, whilst the driver spends some time in the cells - plenty of time to think of a better hiding place.
Your secret hiding place needs to hold things that are special to you.
However, Findus was comforted and helped by two small mouse-like animals he called mumbles who lived in the cracks, crannies, and hiding place in the old farmhouse.
Their reconnaissance is fatally compromised when three shepherds stumble upon the SEALs' hiding place.
In the classic version of the test, one person comes into a room and places an object like a pair of scissors into a hiding place.
In the 70s more than 20 million people originally tuned in to see No Hiding Place - and witnessed a TV classic.
Imagine you have hidden that hard drive in a special hiding place on your property.