cubby

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cubby

1. A small closet or storage space.
2. A diminutive room.
3. A small snug hiding space.
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Haidary's business is little more than a cubbyhole next to a shade tree, but he has occupied it for 18 years, and everyone knows him.
Gathering old drawers and using them as display cubbyholes filled with different vignettes can make quite an interesting collection in itself!
Avail yourself of Big Sky's cubbyhole notes and a copy of the Statutory Instrument 129 of 2015 which are available to purchase from Printflow (Harare) for $2/copy, as well as a schedule of Deposit Fines.
If we did not use economic substance tests to challenge the reality of the cubbyholes taxpayers try to exploit, we would in effect have created a regime of pure electivity to claim whatever losses and ignore whatever gains one likes.
Sure, it has grown into a niche market, but not much more than a cubbyhole in the corner of industry offerings.
A cubbyhole bookshelf extends across an entire wall, housing books from McClain's personal collection, as well as publications from the University Press.
What Channel 4 has done so well is to introduce cricket to the general public, with their jargon-buster and analyst Simon Hughes pointing out the little nuances of the game from his cubbyhole.
Finally, on the bottom floor were the aisles and aisles of cubbyhole stands, with products tacked up on the wall, thrown on a table or draped over folding chairs.
The outboard stubby tow tractor, closest to the landing area, had a significant rub mark and pieces of composite material in a small cubbyhole on the aft port side.
My disagreement with Keith was spawned only near the end of his essay, where he argues that for Dorn "poetry wasn't the most important thing" and even that poets should recognise and in some sense allow themselves to be reconciled to the fact that their work is incapable of breaking out from the aesthetic cubbyhole that a hardline definition of culture (as superstructure floating powerless above the economic base, full of helium) has prepared for it.
If you need a cubbyhole to stash something, the van is filled with them.
THE Fly on the Wall tells me his outing to London on Friday was to watch as the sealed envelopes were opened in the Portman Square cubbyhole marked New Racecourse Development Applications.