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The skin of an animal, especially the thick tough skin or pelt of a large animal.
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His book, The Art of Pricing: Finding the Hidden Profits to Grow Your Business, is available at retail and online outlets.
Twenty miles west of Chualar, Hidden Hills is a community of million-dollar houses sprinkled across the stunning green hills of Carmel Valley.
The hidden curriculum refers to how students "learn how to learn," the socialization process that they undergo upon entering and learning how to succeed in a tertiary environment.
A Hidden Presence sheds light above all on Tolkien's role as a subcreator, that is to say as a story-relier whose creative power is derived from the fact that he is made in the image of God.
A function in many versions of Microsoft Office programs, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, allows data fragments from other versions a user previously deleted or was working on at the same time to be hidden in any document he or she saves.
While clothing-optional hotels have designated nude areas, Hidden Beach allows guests to be naked everywhere, including the lobby and gym--public areas where most hotels require clothes.
Your readers have seen some of this in my article on Luther's Hidden God and in my article on postmodernism the apophatic mystics.
Although this book primarily targets private investigators and collection specialists involved in uncovering information relative to collection on a judgment or a debt, because of the similarities in the techniques used to uncover hidden assets, criminal investigators will find this book helpful as well.
The original Hidden and Dangerous, available for both PC and Sega Dreamcast, sold over 500,000 units worldwide.
That's why the hidden camera footage aired by ABC News' "PrimeTime Live" in 1992 of workers at Food Lion - a Salisbury, N.C.-based grocery store chain - rinsing rotted meat in bleach and repackaging old meat products to look new, made such an impact.
To prevent the goals of the team or organization being stopped before they have a chance to get started, the Dobsons advise assuming that "there are hidden agendas until you have determined otherwise."