fox hole

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: hole - a small dugout with a pit for individual shelter against enemy firefox hole - a small dugout with a pit for individual shelter against enemy fire
bunker, dugout - a fortification of earth; mostly or entirely below ground
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He retires as village manager, a fountain of local knowledge and the kind of leader you'd want with you in a fox hole, Village President Karen Darch said.
He spoke out after around 90 residents expressed concerns over the odour, pollution, traffic and wildlife impacts that might result if a pullet shed and silos are approved at Y Fron, Fox Hole, Twyll Llwynog.
The group also owns The Fox Hole country pub and restaurant in Piercebridge near Darlington.
The project marks the latest venture for the new owners, who already run the successful Lane7 boutique bowling alley in Newcastle, which will soon see new venues open in Abredeen and Middlesbrough, and The Fox Hole, a restaurant and pub in Piercebridge near Darlington.
Adam Levine was wearing a red t-shirt, which had "Los Angeles Fox Hole" printed on it, and grey and red NewBalance rubber shoes.
He was blown up but found in a fox hole and was stretchered to safety.
then down a fox hole and under an overturned canoe.
an angel of Mercy to a wounded soldier in a desert fox hole ...
The warfighter footprint will drive requirements; focus will be on urgency of distribution to the fox hole. Sea/Air is an example of the global mode-neutral model which TRANSCOM hopes to employ to meet this objective.
During World War Two, Nick (Knight) Fox was standing guard near a fox hole. The sound of the wind brought the melody of the flag song to him.
The Fox Hole club, which is about nine miles from the church, offered a truce but the pastor refused, saying "as a Christian community, we cannot share territory with the devil".