Interestingly, the letter informing us of the BSA decision took cover
behind "the national religious organizations with the three largest scout memberships: United Methodist, Latter Day Saints, and Roman Catholic." Until now, the strictly nonsectarian BSA had never defined the scout oath's "duty to God" pledge.
The two men took cover
after hearing a shot, police said.
A number of shots were heard from the building and the eight-strong patrol took cover
before the man, carrying a handgun, emerged from round the corner of the building.
Asked about her lacklustre performance at Wimbledon, she rounded on a reporter's "harsh" questioning and took cover
behind accusations of "disrespect".
The police team turned back and took cover
inside the Gadu church.
Customers took cover
inside, before the premises were evacuated by the police.
For nearly six hours the Jinnah international airport which is close to the old airport terminal was shut down and all flights diverted as heavy exchange of gunfire took place and thick plumes of smoke and fire could be seen rising from inside the runway area where the terrorists took cover
in the hanger and engineering workshops.
PANIC erupted in the heart of Manama yesterday when a suspect escaped from police custody and took cover
in a hotel parking lot.
Heavily armed troops took cover
behind terrified commuters' cars and one driver clasped her hands in prayer as the soldiers weaved through traffic.
"He threw his camera down to retaliate as other members of the crew took cover
The youngster eventually took cover
under a road bridge and fell asleep.
A man walking towards her took cover
under some trees and "flashed" at her as she passed.
The match was abandoned after 69 minutes when Rapid fans clashed with police and the players took cover
Parents and children took cover
as seats, bottles and knives were hurled across barriers.