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A regional term for hiding place for drugs

stash

Drug slang noun A place where illicit drugs are hidden
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The apex court's directions came in the wake of the hearing of a petition by former federal law minister Ram Jethmalani seeking directions to the federal government to take steps for the recovery of black money stashed away in tax havens abroad.
The bench said it accepted the ED's argument that the government body was unaware of the exact extent of illegal money stashed away in Swiss banks.
Federal officials began surveillance on flights from Guyana 14 months ago and watched suspects unload drugs that had been stashed in luggage, cargo and, in one case, under ice in a plane's galley.
Anwar had claimed that he had "safely" stashed away incriminating documents against Mahathir and his associates.
Finance ministry sources said that Switzerland being member of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) was asked to share information with other member countries about the wealth stashed in fake and Benami accounts.
New Delhi, June 1 ( ANI ): The first high-level meeting of the Special Investigation Team (SIT) on the issue of black money stashed away abroad will be held here tomorrow.
The new voice recording published online on Monday night, an alleged discussion is heard between the prime minister and his son on their plan to hide $1 billion cash stashed at several houses.
It is stated in the petition that the politicians have stashed away billions of rupees abroad throwing the country in dire financial crisis and, therefore, prayed that the details of the bank accounts and foreign assets of these politicians be called for and pass order for bringing back in the country these stashed away national wealth.
Yesterday, a jail source said that McLaughlin stashed drugs in her body in anticipation of being jailed at her last court appearance.
A STUDENT who stashed more than pounds 320,000 of drugs and cash in his university halls has been stripped of a pounds 36,000 watch.
Yesterday they did not rule out the possibility that a Beit painting or some jewellery from the O'Connor's heist might be stashed on the property.
Now, he's finding more like-minded commuters who've stashed their sport utility vehicles in favor of a gas-free ride, which has pitched into a sales increase in recent months.