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tucked away

hidden or difficult to find Van's house is tucked away at the end of the road.
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As a guy you put all your essentials in a little bag and you tie it up like a little bag of grapes and it's tucked away.
Ballathie House Ballathie House | TUCKED away between Harrods and Harvey Nichols is the luxurious family-owned Capital Hotel, where you will also find Michelin-starred restaurant, Outlaw's at The Capital.
The other news item, tucked away in the middle pages, was that Mr.
Tucked away from patients, the department deals with a variety of samples and tests on upwards of 2,000 people per day.
As the summer goes on, Lynn is confronted by much more than she expected from dull, neon-lit Albuquerque: her strange yet strong attraction to the red-haired, smiling Angus (they drink gin and sleep together in cheap motels); her affinity for Wylie's gang of eco-militants; her mother's new boyfriend; and finally the discovery of two mysterious paintings tucked away under her mother's bed that sparks Lynn's waning interest in her dissertation.
And at Manzanita Village, a retreat center tucked away in the mountains two hours outside Los Angeles that she cofounded with her longtime partner, Buddhism has never been so queer.
Tucked away on Page 8, a brief article detailed how the same City Council awarded $450,000 to Stanley Miller, a black man whose videotaped beating and arrest by police officers in June 2004 resulted in a change in how police subdue suspects.
Wires are neatly tucked away thanks to the patent pending wire management system making the ski experience almost wire-free.
Tucked away in a small mountain town, Progress Metals Reclamation of Ashland, Ky.
Since the written policy was triggered--when Custer and about 260 cavalry troopers were killed at Little Bighorn June 25 and 26, 1876--it has been kept safely tucked away in the archives of New York Life.
I was at the celebrated 1946 first night, tucked away in the peanut gallery, and subsequently saw that staging (it lasted until 1968) more than 100 times.
Tucked away in the shareholders' report was the mention that Airbus had agreed to A$104m for the delays on the 12 A380 on firm order.
Inside, Murai's studio is neatly tucked away at the back of an L-shaped exhibition hall.
Born the runt in a litter of 13 rats to poor, ignorant, inebriated mother rat Flo, he resorts to eating the tasty paper of book pages that Flo has used to make their nest, tucked away in the back shelves of a Boston bookstore.
Pumpkins are tucked away in the artwork, and somewhere in the whole story is one Mr.