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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 officers then swooped on the under-construction building hours later and saw some suspects trying to uncover weapons stashed beneath the ground.
We don't even know the amount of money that is stashed abroad," said a senior government official who is part of the SIT.
He said federal Government is seriously working to seek help of new Swiss laws popularly known as The Restitution of Illicit Assets Act 2010 (RIAA) that allows Swiss Government to exchange confidential information about ill-gotten money stashed up in the clandestine Swiss banking industry.
At the beginning of the phone conversation, the prime minister briefs his son Bilal about the raid and asks him to "zero" the amount stashed at houses of several people.
We often find items hidden in things like jewellery stashed in shoes or cash stashed inside books, pockets and bags but we've never had anything this substantial.
Though the exact figures are not available, it is widely estimated that the total money stashed away in foreign banks could be in excess of Rs7 trillion.
It's about ghosts, cancer, murderous jealousy, and there's a corpse stashed in a freezer.
A RELIABLE family car suddenly developed a tendency to decelerate, leading to the discovery that it had been driven for years with pounds 20,000 worth of cocaine stashed in the petrol tank.
This summer she is puzzling over the secret jockstrap collection her brother has stashed under the porch and the disappearance of her marker-sniffing former boyfriend.
The suspects, nearly all current or former employees at New York's Kennedy Airport, unloaded drugs that had been stashed aboard flights from Guyana and diverted around border inspection areas, prosecutors said.
Detectives believe a dealer stashed the drugs on the mountainside near Penrhys, Rhondda, South Wales, fearing his home would be raided.
Imagine the life of a toothbrush: imprisoned in a cup, waiting entire days only to be wrenched and thrust repeatedly against forgotten food, stashed in the crevices of your teeth.