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a place suitable for hiding something (such as yourself)

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From my hiding place, I could peer through the fringes of the tablecloth into a world of fire and brass and when I was on my own, I sometimes inspected my own face in the shell case.
The staff spent the day making dens and hiding places while exploring the grounds to find new ways to capture the imaginations of children.
He introduces readers to this search, defining what scientists know about the nature of dark matter and introducing candidate hiding places known as massive compact halo objects (MACHOs).
This significantly helped the defending Russians as the bombed-out building skeletons were ideal minifortresses for snipers and anti-tank crews, giving them hiding places above the German tank gun elevations, forcing the Germans to take the city in costly house-to-house infantry fighting.
In another study, in which scientists surveyed a population of spiny lobsters in the wild, they found that more than 56 percent of healthy lobsters shared hiding places, but only 7 percent of sick ones did.
His research is evident in the portrayal of players in a drama that crossed oceans and political boundaries as money and art changed hands and hiding places.
To help credit managers better manage risk following the recent wave of corporate reporting irregularities, Atradius Trade Credit Insurance has developed a list of "Ten Hiding Places for Business Credit Risk.
Secondly, the structure of the work and its leitmotif of hiding places, which cleverly begins on a transatlantic jet.
Knowing that so many creatures depend on mistletoe for homes, hiding places, and hunting grounds has changed the way we think about and treat the problematic plant.
Many schools, meanwhile, sought to eliminate hiding places for weapons and drugs by removing lockers, forcing students to carry their books all the time.
In a speech to the UN general assembly, Mr Straw said: "There must be no hiding places for terrorism or terrorists.
Known hiding places were under the eaves of the Continental Hotel (now the Continental Tavern), in bins of warehouses on the Delaware Canal and at the General Store (now Worthington Insurance).
The radio messages are aimed at getting locals to locate bin Laden and his top deputy Aiman al-Zawahiri and tell US forces, so they can find and destroy their hiding places.