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cache as in:  cache of arms

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  • There was a large weapons and ammunition cache hidden in the caves.
    cache = store or supply
  • Discovering his cache, guards locked him in a cell.   (source)
    cache = things of value stored in a hidden place
  • I opened the rat-proof metal box where I kept my food cache and took out some bottled water and a packet of powdered milk.   (source)
    cache = stored supply
  • One thin dime; she pays with her gloves on, rolls the magazine up quickly, caches it in her handbag.   (source)
    caches = stores
  • He set the remainder of their cache near the edge of the firelight.   (source)
    cache = supply
  • The floor lay flat against the hull; there could be no cache beneath it.   (source)
    cache = storage area
  • In a cave near the house, the opening so small that Tally had to crawl inside on her belly, David showed her the cache of gear his parents had tended for twenty years.   (source)
    cache = store or supply
  • Bod had stores of food, the kind that lasted, cached in the crypt, and more in some of the chillier tombs and vaults and mausoleums.   (source)
    cached = stored
  • His responses were cached and would be sent to Earth with Johanssen's next uplink.   (source)
  • I don't know how Dad answered that question, but apparently it passed inspection, because we were allowed into camp with full privileges, which meant Dad (not me, though) was allowed to have his pick of weapons from the cache.   (source)
    cache = store or supply
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  • To the left of the Prize Table Brinker straddled his cache of cider;   (source)
  • All we're really doing is depleting our small cache of food and waiting for… what?   (source)
    cache = stored supply
  • And you don't have that flexibility if you've got haifa ton of personal stuff cached inside of a desk, strewn around a desktop.   (source)
    cached = stored
  • Some nights ago, a local fisherman reported to me that she had found a cache of weapons under the lake.   (source)
    cache = hidden supply
  • Once the theft had been carried out, his Glass Eye would inform on the criminals to Redd's authorities, but by the time the authorities interrogated the criminals and discovered where the cache of cannonball spiders was hidden, Jack would have already removed it and sold it to the Alyssians.   (source)
    cache = things of value stored in a hidden place
  • These were hard to locate, and various caches were removed by the tribesmen and hidden in the mountains.   (source)
    caches = hidden supplies of weapons
  • But I think of my words and of the cache of tablets and compass hidden away and my family and Xander who send me messages on the work camp portscreen that tell me they are still looking; they are still helping me.   (source)
    cache = hidden supply
  • Investigators poring through the rubble of the house found not only a large cache of weapons and ammunition but also stills for the production of contraband liquor.   (source)
    cache = store or supply
  • It was impossible to tell what he was thinking; his face remained quite blank as he put the little cache of stolen objects back into the cardboard box.†   (source)
  • After a little Internet research, the brothers had apparently realized that the Rembrandt was too famous to sell, and it was their efforts to sell one of the lesser-known works that led investigators to the cache in the attic.†   (source)
  • Each fairy had its own cache, but not for much longer if Artemis had his way.†   (source)
  • A hundred boxes of dried milk (Hallorann advised her gravely to buy fresh milk for the boy in Sidewinder as long as it was feasible), five twelve-pound bags of sugar, a gallon jug of blackstrap molasses, cereals, glass jugs of rice, macaroni, spaghetti; ranked cans of fruit and fruit salad; a bushel of fresh apples that scented the whole room with autumn; dried raisins, prunes, and apricots ("You got to be regular if you want to be happy," Hallorann said, and pealed laughter at the coldpantry ceiling, where one old-fashioned light globe hung down on an iron chain); a deep bin filled with potatoes; and smaller caches of tomatoes, onions, turnips, squashes, and cabbages.†   (source)
  • I have begun foraging to supplement my quickly diminishing cache of freeze-dried food.†   (source)
  • It was the cache from the space behind the corner cupboard: it had been indeed the first place they looked.†   (source)
  • They found some ammo and AKs, but nothing important in terms of a real weapons cache.†   (source)
  • Somebody had found a cache of coffee beans about two months earlier, and they had sent to Saigon for a coffee grinder, I wasn't hungry so I just had coffee in the hooch.†   (source)
  • We found them everywhere in caches in the tall grass at the edge of the patch.†   (source)
  • In the main reading room, she chats with the reference librarian, who helps her find a cache of books on Irish history and immigration in the 1920s.†   (source)
  • When we got there, an examination of the oxygen cache immediately revealed that there were at least six full bottles.†   (source)
  • We have thousands of such caches.†   (source)
  • In December of that year, the group learned that the British intended to seize a cache of ammunition being stored by a colonial militia near the entrance to Portsmouth Harbor, fifty miles north of Boston.†   (source)
  • They found a military cache that left them openmouthed, for they had never seen such perfect instruments of death.†   (source)
  • A library, perhaps, or a cache of books in a magician's tomb.†   (source)
  • They destroyed rice caches, blew tunnels, then played basketball until dark.†   (source)
  • If she wasn't too tired she liked to have him guess where she was hiding the money and with each wrong guess he'd remove a piece of her clothing until the cache was found.†   (source)
  • on a number of occasions and she had led them to two bludgeoned bodies, a Syrian in a refrigerator and a cache of marked bills totaling six hundred thousand dollars, although in each instance, the report concluded, the police had been looking for something else.†   (source)
  • What if they knew of our caches?†   (source)
  • The local animals were sure to have hidden away caches of seeds and fruit, but he had no idea where to begin searching for them.†   (source)
  • We'd lucked into this cache, but it made no sense to squander it.†   (source)
  • Once Dick located a cache of wine and whiskey bottles at the bottom of a ditch, and was chagrined to learn that his discovery was valueless.†   (source)
  • In a separate incident, Cuban forces arrested a small band of freedom fighters who were already on the island with a large cache of arms.†   (source)
  • She clicked on her recorder, and hoped she'd been generous enough with her cache of extra tapes and batteries.†   (source)
  • Matching him is the quiet and studious LaCountiss Spinner-with her own cache.†   (source)
  • So when Milkman came to him with a proposal to steal and share a cache of gold, Guitar smiled.†   (source)
  • That this pet toy of the modern millionaire should be set to work out the crude vengeance of wild men in these primitive surroundings, crowded up on a little rocky path of these savage mountains, at the door of a cave spring-house—such a food-cache as a nomad Indian might have utilized, in the gray bluff against the sky-line—it took the breath with its sinister strangeness.†   (source)
  • Another cache of Lord Rossart's was found, more than three hundred jars.†   (source)
  • Given that phantasm was generated from a mind cache recently exposed to the Enemy, this is particularly remarkable.†   (source)
  • I keep my cache behind a loosened cinder block beneath my cot, refilling the mortar with Metamucil and toothpaste, mixed, so that the officers don't get suspicious when they toss the cell.†   (source)
  • On the second day of operations, at the southern, industrial end of town, Thibault and his platoon were ordered to investigate a building rumored to hold a cache of weapons.†   (source)
  • He was holed up in a cluster of two-story houses near the center of the city with several fighters and a large weapons cache.†   (source)
  • Samaranth said, rooting around in one of the honeycomb caches in the walls.†   (source)
  • In time-with time-their weeks together would fade into a darkly kept secret, a cache of brief riches to be uncovered and touched at odd quiet moments.†   (source)
  • Better to live to fight another day than die over a cache of arms!†   (source)
  • He sits close, opens the handcarved oak, reveals the cache inside.†   (source)
  • This was Nieminen's arms cache.†   (source)
  • I thought it would be more interesting to wait until we found his cache.†   (source)
  • Where do we cache our gear?†   (source)
  • Only Hoagland had a private office, on the north side of the floor, and even that was walled by clear sound-proof glass, so that you saw him pacing around in there during the day, gesturing wildly as he spoke on the telephone, nervously jiggling handfuls of red Yahtzee dice like a cache of jewels.†   (source)
  • Granpa dug a sweet root from the ground with his knife and peeled it so that it dripped with its juicy winter cache of life.†   (source)
  • He had a large cache of clothes hidden in the house.†   (source)
  • There's a cache of blue shadows in the pearls, a coolness in the smooth surfaces.†   (source)
  • Yousef toppled seven or eight before he found what he was looking for: a cache of rifles.†   (source)
  • He looked at the cache again.†   (source)
  • This cache deserves special mention.†   (source)
  • Hell, for all I knew he might have visited several caches spotted at various points along the ocean's bottom.†   (source)
  • Imagine his joy, then, when going through fading packets of his mother's letters he should discover one written to her from my great-grandfather describing not only the exact location of the cellar cache but also the details of the sale of the young slave Artiste.†   (source)
  • After a while Mary got up and began to pick more of the fruit: their cache for the trek to the sea.†   (source)
  • This means that everyone, man or woman, must put on a little triangle of cloth, a cache-sexe, a G-string, before going inside the village.†   (source)
  • A cache of arms had been found and a counterrevolutionary organization uncovered.†   (source)
  • Out in the yard, in the coupe, in the frayed velour pocket next to the pistol, was her cache of cigarettes.†   (source)
  • But I had my little cache.†   (source)
  • When they entered the apartment, Louie went straight to his cache of liquor.   (source)
  • I've often wondered what to do with all of this — this cache of odds and ends, this tiny archive.   (source)
    cache = supply
  • The shack was a combination storehouse and weapons cache.   (source)
    cache = store or supply
  • Did someone find a pre-annexation cache, and hide them there?   (source)
    cache = hidden supply of weapons
  • God only knew the size of whatever arms cache they were drawing ordnance from.   (source)
    cache = store or supply
  • I am also certain the guns were not cached by anyone from the lower city.   (source)
    cached = secretly stored
  • What's in the cache, foodwise?   (source)
    cache = things of value stored in a hidden place
  • Another transport crashed on takeoff, in part because several Dutch POWs had overloaded the plane by packing aboard a large cache of GI shoes that they intended to sell back home.   (source)
    cache = store or supply
  • Around that time, with the search for weapons of mass destruction still under way, we were detailed to the gigantic Lake Buhayrat ath Tharthar, where supposedly a large cache had been hidden by Saddam.   (source)
    cache = hidden supply of weapons
  • If I could not consult an official inventory without alerting an authority to the fact that I had found this cache, I could consult my own memory to see if any of them had passed under my own eyes.   (source)
  • As they walked among the wreckage, another B-24 blew up, the explosion accelerated by its 2,300 gallons of fuel, 3,000 pounds of bombs, and cache of .50-caliber ammunition.   (source)
    cache = store or supply
  • And that was why she had come to Lieutenant Awn—so that, whatever happened, it would be plain and clear to Radchaai authorities that she—and by extension anyone else in the lower city—had in fact had nothing to do with that cache of weapons, if the accusation should materialize.   (source)
    cache = hidden supply
  • I removed them and took them to my house, and upon searching, discovered two more caches, which I also removed.   (source)
    caches = hidden supplies of weapons
  • Sources I prefer not to name have seen the boatmen of the lower city depositing weapons in caches in the lake.   (source)
    caches = hidden storage places
  • And then use the existence of the weapons caches to support their assertion that they were only acting in self-defense and you had refused to do your duty and protect them.   (source)
    caches = hidden supplies
  • He goes to his cache, opens it, drinks some water.†   (source)
  • He slides open the cache, fumbles blindly within it, retrieves the third of Scotch.†   (source)
  • Nine mages crossed the sea to hatch Aegon the Third's cache of eggs.†   (source)
  • "Go retrieve your weapon, boy," said Señor Lorca, turning to close the door to his secret cache.†   (source)
  • Whenever Sam thought of the cache Jon had found buried beneath the Fist, it made him want to cry.†   (source)
  • I finally reached into my travel satchel for their cache of presents.†   (source)
  • There, they laid their large cache of dried meat for the summer.†   (source)
  • We're going to check that out, right after we go by Pandora's and find her cache.†   (source)
  • They can carry our cemetery cache till we're far away in new brush.†   (source)
  • So His Grace commanded his alchemists to place caches of wildfire all over King's Landing.†   (source)
  • The creek where the fish were so abundant that we had to build many caches to dry them?†   (source)
  • They will think of us again as weak and old with no need for our large caches.†   (source)
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cache as in:  memory cache

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  • When revisiting the website, much of the content is loaded from a local cache rather than downloaded.
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  • I opened up a geo-caching treasure hunt app we'd used last summer on a field trip with Luke's preschool.†   (source)
  • All the pills he had cached under the mattress were wrapped in a Kleenex tucked into his underwear.†   (source)
  • By mid-May he had reached the head of the East Rongbuk Glacier at 21,000 feet, where he plundered a supply of food and equipment cached by Eric Shipton's unsuccessful 1933 expedition.†   (source)
  • They would stop and huddle underneath a tree until the storm abated, but even then water cached in the myriad branches would, at the slightest provocation, shower them with droplets for hours afterward.†   (source)
  • It was an out-and-back, with lunch fetched out to us by copter — an unexpected luxury, since failure to issue field rations before marching usually meant practice starvation except for whatever you had cached ....and I hadn't; too much on my mind.†   (source)
  • Now he's asking if we cached any seed for the damn thing.†   (source)
  • Randy guessed that she had cached sacks of grits and had been living on grits and fried fish.†   (source)
  • If you actually do have supplies cached somewhere nearby, go fetch your blade.†   (source)
  • Long ago he had cached a pair of skis, a bag of biscuits, and other things he would need if a chance to make his escape should ever come.†   (source)
  • The baddies made no attempt to stay there; they just cached the Egg and set guards and booby traps around it and on the routes to it.†   (source)
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  • Then his mind went back to the battle at the Hall of Karma, and to the machinery still cached in a secret place.†   (source)
  • Several boxes of candles, two old-fashioned kerosene lamps, and three flashlights were cached in the sideboard downstairs, a provision against hurricane season.†   (source)
  • When he passed the niche in the wall wherein the flame was cached, he heard a voice within his mind cry out: "Free me, master, and I will lay the world at thy feet!"†   (source)
  • They'd been caching food for a fortnight, and Sweet Donnel and Clubfoot Karl would have the horses ready.†   (source)
  • So Mrs Nakamura started out for Asano Park with her children and Mrs Hataya, and she carried her rucksack of emergency clothing, a blanket, an umbrella, and a suitcase of things she had cached in her air-raid shelter.†   (source)
  • Here, where canoes were cached on poles high in the air and where stood fish-racks for the drying of fish, camp was made; and White Fang looked on with wondering eyes.†   (source)
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