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The Trust may have been destroyed, or the Trust may be hidden in some place of concealment inaccessible to discovery.
"For my second place of concealment I chose what seemed in the darkness a narrow canon leading through a range of rocky hills.
From some place of concealment near at hand Oolanga appeared, and came close to her.
Fagin drew him behind a small partition which was curtained off, and they held their breaths as she passed within a few feet of their place of concealment, and emerged by the door at which they had entered.
With heedless daring, Vanderburgh put himself upon their trail, to trace them to their place of concealment: It led him over prairies, and through skirts of woodland, until it entered a dark and dangerous ravine.
Once in my new place of concealment, I watched them as they approached the tree.
His obsequious follower stood holding the torch above his head, and then the observer saw for the first time, from his place of concealment, that he was blind.
For a time Werper hid behind one of the lesser boulders that were scattered over the top of the hill, but, seeing or hearing nothing of the Englishman, he crept from his place of concealment to undertake a systematic search of his surroundings, in the hope that he might discover the location of the treasure in ample time to make his escape before Tarzan returned, for it was the Belgian's desire merely to locate the gold, that, after Tarzan had departed, he might come in safety with his followers and carry away as much as he could transport.
Jingle, from his place of concealment, could have beheld the expression which the old lady's face assumed at this communication, the probability is that a sudden burst of laughter would have betrayed his close vicinity to the summer- house.
The machinery of this curious place of concealment has been kept in good order by the present lord, as a species of curiosity.
she's found!--Here, sir, here, she's here--Mrs Honour is upon the stairs." "Stop her a moment," cries Jones--"Here, madam, step behind the bed, I have no other room nor closet, nor place on earth to hide you in; sure never was so damned an accident."--"D--n'd indeed!" said the lady, as she went to her place of concealment; and presently afterwards in came Mrs Honour.
It had been remarked that this personage evinced no weariness in his place of concealment; nor did he, long as his waiting was.