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  • n  a hiding place; usually a remote place used by outlaws

  • Her 73-year-old father, Josef, today confessed that he held his now 42-year-old daughter captive for 24 years in a concealed, windowless basement hideout, where he repeatedly .
  • The men spotted Al-Janabi's 15-year-old son nearby and gestured him into the hideout.
  • In a politically sensitive trial, an American soldier pleads sleeplessness and overwork in the death of an Iraqi man who breached his squad's hideout.
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  • 'Kick-Ass 2' Set Visit: Go Inside The Evil Lair
    by Brett White With twice as many heroes and villains suiting up for the sequel, there are twice as many asses to be kicked in "Kick-Ass 2." MTV News paid a visit to the film's set, specifically the super villain hideout dubbed "The Evil Lair." "They got a shark," says newcomer Donald Faison, listing the [...]
    June 17, 2013 - MTV
  • A visit to eerie Hashima 'Skyfall' Island
    Nicknamed Gunkanjima, or Battleship Island, because of its shape, Hashima island has an eerie, sinister look, perfect for, say, a villain's lair in an action movie. The inspiration for villain Raoul Silva's deserted hideout in the James Bond movie "S...
    June 13, 2013 - WKBT La Crosse

  • Michael Hayden in International Herald Tribune
    In 2001, as the terrorist haven in Afghanistan was collapsing, Rahim helped prepare Tora Bora as a hideout,Hayden said. "When al-Qaida had to flee from there, Rahim was part of that operation, too."
  • John Negroponte in Guardian Unlimited
    It maintains active connections "that radiate outward from their leaders' secure hideout in Pakistan to affiliates throughout the Middle East, northern Africa and Europe," Negroponte said.
  • Habibullah Khan in Middle East Times
    An intense exchange of fire has been reported between security forces and supporters of Maulana Fazlullah. They surrounded his hideout and met fierce resistance,said Habibullah Khan, a local police officer.

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