And the absence of any testimony from witnesses who heard the shots from the bunker.
Of that, $494 million was allocated to clean the bunker Hill site in Idaho.
Whatever the reason, Burton was committed enough to leave tiny bunker Hill to seek out her beau.
“The ephemeral and vanishing character of the bunker was mirrored in the creation of the image through the bacteria,” Lissel says.
He had the blueprints with him in his Berlin bunker when he killed himself, and was said to have studied them even near his end.
But you must try to overlook these little things, Mr. bunker, these little neglects on my part.
Captain bunker says it's because we are really nearing the Californian coast.
As well soil the glory of Lexington or bunker Hill by brooding over the pangs of those who were its victims.
As to any clue that might come from Captain bunker, that's still more remote.
Mr. bunker laughed very much at this suggestion, and hurried them all through the rain toward Captain Ben's bungalow.
1758, originally Scottish, "seat, bench," of uncertain origin, possibly a variant of banker "bench" (1670s; see bank (n.2)); possibly from a Scandinavian source (cf. Old Swedish bunke "boards used to protect the cargo of a ship"). Of golf courses, first recorded 1824, from extended sense "earthen seat" (1805); meaning "dug-out fortification" probably is from World War I.