In the house, Kristen and Kevin Brown, the family's pool boy, were hunkered
over Carole Nordella's body, telling police that a man broke in and assaulted them.
With little to go on besides a few credible and more not-so-credible sightings from hunters, bird-watchers, and assorted characters, Gallagher and his crew spent weeks and months camped in the wilderness and hunkered
down in canoes, hoping, essentially, to see a ghost.
Rafael Moneo's ill-fated Museum of Modern Art (AR November 1998) which recently reopened after a three-year closure to climinate an outbreak of mould, is hunkered
down on the island of Skeppsholm as though it wanted to be invisible; and the extension to the King's Library is largely underground.
But enough excerpts have been reported to confirm that he has joined the ranks of those Christians who, in hunkered
poses, fantasize that secular society is persecuting them.
Senior cabinet officials were hunkered
down at the city's emergency operations center.
As Timbo and Jimbo hunkered
in the locker room, bunkered Monty took the chance for a bit of shut-eye - dreaming perhaps of sunnier days at The Open at Carnoustie next month.
He becomes silent, his eyebrows lowering, hunkered
down in a booth at Earl's Corner Cafe, an old-fashioned diner just half a mile up from Orange Shoals.
There are hundreds, thousands of gay and lesbian servicemen and women waiting overseas for the final order from President Bush, hunkered
down by the militarily imposed closet and now by the lack of any visible support from their own community.
In the first heat, Travone ducked low, popped up to rub his neck and smile at his mother, Barbara Stribling chanting from the side-lines, then he hunkered
down and got back to business.
It's common (more like a dead certainty) to find guests, festival staff and anyone else who cares to join in hunkered
down at the bar until the wee hours, enjoying Edmontonians' legendary friendliness, openness and capacity for ale.
Historically, once litigation was initiated, the insurance company hunkered
down, prepared for litigation and took steps to defend the claim.
And our savvy team on the ground here in Tokyo is hunkered
down in the city's thoroughfares and alleyways to register the latest buzz from the bastions of tech, branding and corporate enterprise.
case of mad cow disease, the leaders of the National Cattlemen's Beef Association and the Cattlemen's Beef Board were hunkered
down in a conference room at their headquarters in Colorado.
Cabin Fever courts received plot points even more aggressively: There's a domestic fight with screams and shattering dishes, and a pair of surveillance agents hunkered
in the woods.
Despite the political attacks, Garcetti remained hunkered
down, hoping his unwillingness to even acknowledge his opponents would diminish their credibility.