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Upstairs a series of mezzanines overlook the banking hall, and the lower level is anchored by three 64-ton doors that open to the historic bank vault.
BENGHAZI: Pieces from a huge collection of priceless ancient coins, jewellery and statuettes, looted from a bank vault in eastern Libya in the chaos of the rebellion against Moammar Gadhafi, have appeared in the local souq and are being taken abroad.
Those two people never travel on the same plane in case it crashes; it's this carefully passed-on secret ritual and the formula is kept in a bank vault.
David and his ex-wife Elizabeth have kept half- a-dozen trunks of material, pictures and drawings from the wedding untouched in a bank vault.
The collection, including Latin, Hungarian and German prayer books, as well as works on medicine, law and history, was placed for safe-keeping during the Second World War in a Budapest bank vault.
Consider Anti-Tumor Painting Two, 2005, in which Hill uses ink, dye, bleach along with blackberries and blueberries to put a god's-eye talismanic back into painting: It's as if a Stella were cracked open to explore its swirling, unruly interior power--history metabolized into something ominous but always elusive; painting released, if only briefly, from the bank vault of sheer commodity to an abyss.
So a few years back, De Fina bought a bank vault to house his collection.
According to Coca-Cola's company policy, the recipe is kept in an Atlanta bank vault, where only two executives--banned from traveling on the same aircraft--know it.
The objects were placed in a bank vault in 1990 following the invasion of Kuwait, and have only recently been transfered to the National Museum.
According to reports, the soldier found the gold when he was among a group of British soldiers in Basra who found a bank vault blown open.
I also heard it was located in a bank vault, which didn't sound quite right.
The result is a cat-and-mouse game between cop and robber with enough chemistry and competition to blow the doors off a bank vault.