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  • But, as you'll see from the photos we've compiled for you, caves are one of the earth's most fascinating and well-hidden attractions.

    27 Amazing Natural Caves (PHOTOS)

  • The headless and sometimes mutilated bodies were usually well-hidden, and decomposing, which made identification nearly impossible.

    My Best 5 People Who Got Away With Murder | myFiveBest

  • "So, there are estimates that some 30,000 rockets have been resupplied to Hezbollah, and there have been estimates about whether these are injected-fuel rockets that require time to prepare, but otherwise they are well-hidden and very secretive in nature," he added.

    Iranian Money Amplifies Influence in Lebanon

  • After thoroughly searching the cave, Yng found a well-hidden box containing a magical elven circlet.

    D&D last night

  • Albert Lasker a well-known and successful advertising man, played a pivotal role (albeit well-hidden) in packaging and selling the candidacy of Warren Harding in 1920, resulting in the election of arguably America's least qualified and least successful president.

    James Moeller: A "Tea Party" By Any Other Name...

  • The stimulant was outlawed years ago, but she grows it in her garden, well-hidden by thriving vegetables.

    Valentines, part the first

  • Readers will be more grateful for than titillated by her willingness to strip bare what is so well-hidden in our culture: how great grief threatens the very soul.

    Joyce Carol Oates's "A Widow's Story"

  • The blame lies with the plant's appearance – it has speckled leaves and its flowers are well-hidden, but their spathe (the special leaf that protects the flowers of an arum) and spadix (the spike on which the flowers are arranged), are said to resemble male and female genitalia.

    The power of spring flowers

  • Reasons so well-hidden by the dastardly Yankees that they managed to confuse those who seceeded.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » (Maybe) Racist Vanity Plates and the First Amendment

  • Jessica Taylor, 26, who runs Wagtail farm, was checking her stock early in the morning when she noticed smoke coming from an apparently improvised campsite in a well-hidden spot surrounded by trees.

    Raoul Moat: Police scour woodland around Rothbury for fugitive gunman

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