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In a fortified castle in the woods live a knight and his 12 redheaded daughters, locked away from harm and from the real world.
Killian is locked away in an abbey wearing an iron collar around his neck so he can't perform magic and Beynor is exiled to the Downtide Isles with the sentient Salka monsters who want to rule the humans.
He knows that the pieces of the puzzle he needs are locked away in the heads of the elderly peasants who stayed in Chernobyl, living life in step with centuries-old customs and defying the deadly radiation all around them.
Our research has shown that CO2 storage under the North Sea will be safely locked away until at least the next Ice Age.
Western countries, particularly the Anglo-Saxon countries, have been spending like drunken sailors, financed by massive amounts of credit or spending savings supposedly locked away for Social Security, superannuation, and medical liabilities in the future.
Users can search records that have recently opened up to the public after being locked away for 30 years, including Winston Churchill's wartime telegrams and T.
3 All the police uniforms are the genuine item and are locked away each night, with no complete uniform being locked in the same cupboard.
The integrated, metered dispensing system keeps disinfectant chemicals safely locked away from residents and dispenses soap/body wash and bath additive automatically.
Legend has us understand that the embarrassed Count kept the sculpture locked away to be seen only by selected viewers.
6 story, "Mentally Ill, and Locked Away in Nursing Homes," was Republican Gov.
To become sole heir to this fortune, he must unlock the secret numbers of the account, locked away in yet another formula.
IF YOU think your boss should be locked away your dream could come true in the name of charity.