spider hole


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spider hole

n
(Military) military a foxhole with a camouflaged lid or cover in which a sniper hides
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Hussein had been the big neighbor next door and had meekly come out of a spider hole to be sent to the gallows three years later.
However, when it came to the day of reckoning, the clown found no any other place on the planet earth, but to rather hide underground; in a 8 by 6 ft, spider hole.
American strength is the only guarantee of liberty, American strength turned the Cuban missiles around, American strength caused the collapse of the Soviet Union, American strength yanked Saddam out of his spider hole," he said.
If you were a prophet, for example, you were well acquainted with every spider hole from Galilee to the southern Negev.
He also demanded an accounting of over $1 million in cash found hidden with him in a Tikrit spider hole.
MEANWHILE, BACK ON EARTH: If Saddam knew all about the stargates, why did he end up in a spider hole instead of a wormhole to another galaxy?
In case you were living in a spider hole the past couple days, Mother Nature on Thursday night did the mother of all leaf raking jobs (or anti-leaf raking jobs if you happened to have your leaves already in a nice, tidy pile).
troops pulled Saddam Hussein from his spider hole, so the justice that came yesterday, in the form of a death sentence from an Iraqi tribunal for crimes against humanity, was not particularly swift.
The 56-year-old man was at a nudist colony near Bowral, when he spotted what he believed to be a funnel web spider hole.
And if I could hire those dogged, laid-off weapons of mass destruction searchers, I have a hunch they would find a secret cache of highly suspicious cards in a spider hole on the Hallmark grounds.