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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of stash.


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  • With another title stashed in her racket bag and no sign of her insatiable appetite being satisfied, Navratilova's prediction may be proved right but Serena seemed to have other things on her mind.

    London Free Press

  • It’s not enough that Eko will now have his at-bat with THE MONSTER, (will he have some face-to-face time with the beast ala Locke?), but his apparent knowledge of the heroin stashed in the Mary statue pretty much seals what many have suspected for a long time; Eko is connected to the Nigerian drug runners!

    The Tail Section » Eko, Monster. Monster, Eko

  • After all, with a 12th consecutive division title stashed away and the playoffs only days away, I wonder why Cox didn't make the decision on the Maddux-Lopez combo earlier than Tuesday in Montreal. - Cox finally matches Maddux with Lopez

  • A second senior South Australian government MP has taken the stand in the trial involving the so-called stashed cash affair, saying he didn't know of the trust account at the heart of the case.

    Latest News - Yahoo!7 News

  • Officers who searched the car discovered the cobra-headed sword stashed in the boot and a eight-inch-wide, twin bladed knuckle duster hidden in a 'secret compartment' beneath the dashboard.

    Home | Mail Online

  • Kate Lennon tells Supreme Court case Treasury policy was 'unintelligible' THE so-called stashed cash affair was not about circumventing government policy but making "unintelligible, long-winded" directives work, a former senior bureaucrat says. | Top Stories

  • As l have recently retired and on a fixed income - with the usual amount of gold coins stashed away, just in case, l feel that l live that life here in the UK. Main RSS Feed

  • He has his money stashed away -- "stashed" is the word?


  • Kilroy said he anticipated the increases about five years ago and "stashed" away about

    Adirondack Daily Enterprise

  • After being told the Obama-Biden campaign office was up the street, Stevens said, the man said he was aware of that, but that he thought Democratic signs were being stolen and "stashed" at the Republican office.

    Political Vindication


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