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  • n. Plural form of cathole.


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  • "catholes" -- places he's found to sleep and that provide some refuge from the elements.

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  • Last spring, totally in the dark, I joined an extraordinary variety of them - or urban spelunkers and explorers who crawl and tunnel below the surface of Paris into the vast network of catacombs and catholes below.

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  • He says his catholes are many, from regular haunts such as certain abandoned houses and parking-garage stairwells, to those he'll improvise on the fly, such as Dumpsters that he'll line with cardboard.

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  • But while he's homeless, he'll take his catholes over a shelter.

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