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  • n  a small secluded room

  • Their stern father thumps up the stairs and looms over them like a giant, forcing Phil to spend the night in the dreaded "cubby hole" under the stairs.
  • Aqua, pink, lilac, yellow -- the cheery-hued "program curriculum" updates arrive every month, shoved into my 2-year-old son's day-care cubby by his gymnastics teacher.
  • While Senators camped in cubby holes and went about their business, Congressmen called it a day and adjourned.
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  • Mark Sanford in USA Today
    I see Cubby Culbertson in the back of the room. I would consider him a spiritual giant,Sanford said, breaking tearfully. "And an incredibly dear friend, and he has been helping us work through this."
  • Mr Hughes in International Herald Tribune
    He and a roommate, Mark Zuckerberg - now the chief executive of Facebook - shared a room that was "just about as small as my cubby at work is these days," Hughes said.
  • Vice President Dick Cheney in guardian.co.uk
    It's going to take some additional, considerable period of time in order to look in all the cubby holes and the ammo dumps and all the places in Iraq where you might expect to find something like that,Mr Cheney said in an interview with...

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