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hash

(hăsh)
n. Slang
Hashish.
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'Hormel Mary Kitchen hash has been a time-honored classic served on the breakfast table for more than 70 years and continues to be on trend today,' said Sarah Johnson, brand manager for Hormel Mary Kitchen hash.
In that spirit Innovative Health Labs has announced the launch of their line of Hash products, the first Hash to be available on the market and made to strict quality control guidelines.
For the 30th anniversary, the NH4, as the Nicosia hash is known, will kick off celebrations today with a run in the Old Town at 6.30pm.
The original proof of existence project placed a hash for a single document within a single Bitcoin transaction.
For those unfamiliar with the term hash rate, it is the measure of a miner's performance.
In proposed method deep learning has been used to extract features with deep convolutional autoencoders (CAE) and hashing technique to generate different bits' hash codes.
The security breach was discovered by the company on Monday after an independent security researcher contacted MyHeritage's chief information security officer and revealed he had found a file containing email addresses and hashed passwords on a private outside server.
Additionally, just looking at the resulting pattern of the creamer in the coffee doesn't reveal anything about the original action--where the spoon was, how fast it moved, or how many circles--similar to the way a hash function transforms information so that the input is impossible to identify.
BMP Lines Officer Sajid Leghari told Dawn that a team stopped a car and during checking found hash concealed in a hidden portion.
An event organized by a local chapter, or kennel, is known as a hash, hash run or simply hashing, with participants calling themselves hashers or hares and hounds.
It argues first that even accepting the analogy to digital dog sniffs, hash searches nevertheless violate the Fourth Amendment under Florida v.
In other words, at Data part encoding phase, TLDA firstly divides a content into fixed-size segments and converts them into CCN data segments and then generates their hash values.