hide underground

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Children who hide underground to escape bombardment, on the pavements of large cities, in the hold of a boat over-laden with immigrants.
Skunks tend to hide underground during the day in burrows dug with their strong front claws.
Though such films have had a traditionally tough time in Teuton, Rheon, who plays the psychopathic Ramsay Bolton on "Game of Thrones," is a star among genre auds, and therefore, Alvart feels, an ideal choice for Christian Pasquariello's debut feature "Sum1," about a young soldier stationed in a desolate forest while the remnants of humanity hide underground from alien invaders.
Bakri, to be sure, did not hide underground -- he was a presence in Tripoli, and he did not moderate his incendiary speech since disembarking here in 2005.
A family who hide underground during the Cuban missile crisis reappear in the strange new world of the Nineties.
The show takes us to the year 3006 where people hide underground from the raging weather, pollution and global warming outside.
While we humans seek refuge from this alternate freezing and thawing by hiding indoors, most plants die back and hide underground until spring finally arrives.