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the quality of being secluded from the presence or view of others

the condition of being concealed or hidden

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The CPO said all entry points of Rawalpindi district should be properly manned by security personnel.
Besides ensuring security, CPO said, police will also ensure that hotels do not take undue advantage of tourist rush.
He said that CPO also snubbed Murree police for not adopting a proper mechanism of checking the vehicles entering into resort leading to provide a chance to criminals to carry weapons inside the vehicles.
Even buyers from the Northern part of the country are no longer seen in the CPO producing states of the South.
Autodata's June CPO retail sales report confirms that when it comes to pre-owned vehicles Kia continues to attract attention with record monthly sales total of 7,225, a 13.2-percent increase year-over-year.
In January, 2013 the government imposed a 9% export tax on CPO is aimed at boosting development of downstream palm oil industry in the country.
SNCPO yesterday confirmed solicitors working for them had written to the Takeover Panel expressing concern at the volume of shares issued by CPO after the club went public with its offer to buy back the Stamford Bridge freehold.
One fan wrote: "CPO shareholders should remember why they bought their shares in the first place."
Headquartered in Cleveland, OH, Guild CPO is an international organization of paint, coatings, and related manufacturers organized to provide cooperative purchasing services for its member companies that will improve their profitability.
Kevin arrived, marked where the buck had crossed the fence, and called the adjoining landowner, a conservation police officer (CPO) for the state of Illinois.
US online home improvement retailer CPO Commerce Inc has added CPO Fein to its growing number of branded retail websites, the company said on Tuesday.
The person occupying the chief purchasing officer (CPO) position is critical for the leadership and performance of the supply function.
Within the year, these instructors will offer CPO courses at regional meetings in California, Texas, Arizona and Nevada.
"Certified pre-owned" (CPO) vehicles are marketed as more reliable than other used cars, but there may be little difference between them except price, say lawyers and consumer groups.
According to the Law Commission, in its recently published Final Report on Compulsory Purchase Order (CPO) procedure, (1) the current law is 'difficult to locate, complicated to decipher and elusive to apply'.