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  • n. Plural form of hideout.


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  • In Assayas's film he appears not as a heroic force, but as the dismal mendicant of the Soviet Union, maintained in hideouts and weaponry by Moscow through its client state East Germany, and by Syria and Libya for whom it is convenient to retain the services of Carlos and his acolytes as a roving expeditionary force for mayhem.

    Carlos – review

  • And remember, the best part of finding big-bass hideouts is that they tend to produce monsters year after year.

    Trophy Hunt

  • It said the strikes were launched at "hideouts" in the remote Shawal Mountains, following a tip that militants were present.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • She was killed by a Caterpillar D9R armored bulldozer operated by the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) during a protest against the destruction of Palestinian homes by the IDF in the Gaza Strip where IDF had designated a security zone and claimed contained a network of smuggling tunnels used for weapons smuggling and as guerilla hideouts which is necessary for them to destroy while Palestinians claim the tunnels are for "food, gasoline, and household treats '" trade under Israel blockade.

    Indybay newswire

  • Their mission was to link up with the three Afghan warlords in the Tora Bora area, in particular Hazarat Ali, and provide them tactical advice and intelligence and above all accurately map out the al-Qaeda hideouts in the mountains and then call in American airstrikes.

    The Longest War

  • Earlier this week, The Wall Street Journal reported that during the past six to eight months, al-Qaeda fighters have been setting up training camps, hideouts and bases along Afghanistan's northeastern border with Pakistan.

    Petraeus says al-Qaeda not on rise in Afghanistan

  • Donovan envisioned nothing less than a “rebirth” of OSS operations “in their truest sense—that of bold raids and nicely carried out attacks from hideouts, of patrolling by small groups, of destroying industrial installations.”

    Wild Bill Donovan

  • Still, Jane had to hand it to Howard, he knew how to pick his hideouts.

    A Covert Affair

  • The commission interviewed women refugees from western Ivory Coast who recounted horrendous experiences of having been raped in their villages and in their hideouts in the countryside.

    UN Investigators Call for End to Impunity in Ivory Coast

  • Several days ago, warplanes attacked militant hideouts, killing several fighters.

    12 militants killed in Yemen by shelling


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