a supply of illegal narcotics
   Or the place where the hoard is hidden, as in stash-pad, a room or apartment used for that purpose:
    This was one of Core's stash pads. (Turow, 1996)
   To stash is to put such drugs in a hidden place, whence the addict adage Never carry when you can stash.

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