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stash

Slang drugs kept for personal consumption
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Several conflicting stories emerged, one asserting that the Bulgarian Interior Ministry sold the stash to fund a new air force squadron.
West Midlands Police Force Response tweeted saying a black VW Golf "barged its way into cars" to get away from officers, before the passenger ran off dropping "his stash" in the process.
But the clumsy dealer dropped his 'stash' while running from the car, a spokesman for the force revealed.
The voting at Rokeya Hall was suspended for three hours following a dispute over discovering of ballot papers stashed in a room.
Marsh amassed the stash over five years at his former home in Paisley's Arthur Street.
Like an artist with tubes of paint in every color, many sewists find having a well-rounded fabric stash grants them the freedom to dive into new projects when inspiration strikes.
Nami Yamamoto, CEO of Stash Tea, said that the aim of the rebrand was to rethink not just how the packaging looks on store shelves, but how to better communicate Stash's long-standing core values to the consumer.
Stash brings more than 16 years of investment banking, capital markets and consulting experience.
Stash will be based in Houston, Texas, and will report to Brian Tate, Executive Managing Director of Regions Securities LLC, and group head of Energy & Natural Resources.
Jesus Salgado ran a stash house in Bensenville where heroin and cash from drug sales were stored, authorities said, and also sold drugs in the area.
THIS suspect stash of 6,000 cigarettes was discovered in a Tyneside shop - hidden behind a concealed, electronically controlled basement wall.
This is the suspected illegal stash of 6,000 cigarettes discovered in a Gateshead shop - hidden behind a concealed basement wall.