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bolthole

[′bōlt‚hōl]
(mining engineering)
A short, narrow opening made to connect the main working with the airhead or ventilating drift of a coal mine. Also known as bolt.
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Open from 5pm - 2am, Tuesday to Saturday, Above 6 - with all its homely elegance, Central Park views and refined uber-cool - may just well be our new favourite Manhattan bolthole.
Now buffeted and embarrassed by being kept in the dark for months as the US closed in on the al-Qaeda leaders bolthole, little more than 30 miles from the Pakistani capital Islamabad, agents with the Inter-Services Intelligence directorate have begun to withhold crucial operational details about militants on its territory.
The property is just north of Alnwick and within easy reach of the coastal villages of Craster, Embleton and Low Newton-by-the-Sea, making it an ideal holiday home, characterful retirement property or bolthole for a family wanting to escape the hustle and bustle of modern life.
It's also a positive that in every domestic league and cup game played by Kiev this season (and this is, to all intents and purposes, a domestic affair albeit for a continental prize) there has been at least one goal while every Shakhtar match at their Olympiskiy Stadium bolthole has produced goals.
com, has most things from a villa in the sun, a city centre apartment to a bolthole in the snow.
The team found that the meerkats almost always ran to the nearest bolthole, just as you might run to the closest bathroom in your school instead of going back to the last one you passed.
Like its predecessors, this latest hotel is conceived as an elegant, hospitable haven offering travellers and jaded urbanites scope to experience the intensity of nature, but it is far removed from the anodyne torpor of the typical luxury bolthole.
The Plymouth store was untidy and scruffy, and described as a bolthole for local university students.
SLAIN gangster Gary Hutch's Costa del Sol bolthole was betrayed to his enemies for just [euro]5,000, the Irish Mirror can reveal.
An insider said Louis has long been an admirer of Harry's bolthole - and this property bears a striking similarity to it.
And with Lerner still showing no sign of emerging from his US bolthole - and with Fox needing to have any decision rubber-stamped by the owner - the inertia could see the manager remain in situ.
A source said that the duo is looking at flats in Regents' Park to use as a bolthole when they visit London.