No, not the story, just the nominative determination

He described how, while he was making a judgement on the boys’ future, Baldwin made a quick getaway from court before collecting the boys from a secret location.

They were missing for 10 days before a tip-off from a member of the public led to their discovery at the Sherwood Hideaway woodland retreat in Ollerton, Nottinghamshire, on April 6.

We should name one hotel in the country the “Super Sekkret The Police Never Come Here Hideyhole.”

Would make it so much easier to capture those on the run.

6 comments on “No, not the story, just the nominative determination

  1. Sherwood Hideaway woodland retreat

    A reasonable amount of B&B business, and for rural hotels, is for people who are cheating. So if you read the adverts they all stress the low chances of being caught. If they claim to have two discrete entrances, you know what you’re dealing with.

    So it is not that surprising.

  2. That may be the first time I have seen the usual discrete / discreet mix up the other way round.

    Still technically accurate as well.

  3. ‘Two discreet entrances’ – sounds like one of those business cards you used to see in phone kiosks in Paddington …

  4. Witchie – “‘Two discreet entrances’ – sounds like one of those business cards you used to see in phone kiosks in Paddington …”

    That is how you know you’re in a posh part of London. Around where I used to live it was three.

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