The bunker, so crucial during the final years of the Cold War in the Baltic, was only declassified in 2003.
You feel like you need to bunker up, hide away, and arm yourself.
Surgical masks are strewn around various rooms in the bunker, too.
A more honest acknowledgment of why this bunker exists will ultimately make it easier for all of us to leave it.
Of that, $494 million was allocated to clean the bunker Hill site in Idaho.
But you must try to overlook these little things, Mr. bunker, these little neglects on my part.
In the nave of the cathedral are two English battle-flags that were at bunker Hill.
As well soil the glory of Lexington or bunker Hill by brooding over the pangs of those who were its victims.
He sustained us at bunker Hill, and we should have held it if our powder had not given out.
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.