hiding place


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Shortly after the entire camp set forth in search of her and when Meriem was positive that all were gone she descended from her hiding place and ran quickly across the clearing to Malbihn's tent.
From her hiding place she saw Malbihn again enter the jungle, this time leaving a guard of three of his boys in the camp.
Quickly she ran from her hiding place and dropped to the ground.
At first he had been inclined to come out of his hiding place and follow von Horn, but so much had already occurred beneath the branches of the great tree where the chest lay hidden that he decided to wait until morning at least, for he was sure that he had by no means seen the last of the drama which surrounded the heavy box.
As they turned into the avenue leading to the house, a whole choir of feathered songsters fluted a sudden torrent of melodious greeting from their leafy hiding places.
Therewith she went down into the cave to look for the safest hiding places, while Ulysses brought up all the treasure of gold, bronze, and good clothing which the Phaeacians had given him.
Forty years after its exciting premiere in theaters across America, The Hiding Place continues to move audiences worldwide.
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.