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hide

(hīd)
n.
The skin of an animal, especially the thick tough skin or pelt of a large animal.
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Another young businessman dealing in meat-based food products explained the inverse relationship between the hide price and the meat price at the retail level.
'Cow hide was bought in the range of Rs100 to Rs290 this year whereas goat skin was purchased for Rs50 to Rs100.
In other case administration would be authorized to seize collected hide and initiate legal action against party, organization or their workers on the charges of violating rules regulations, he stated.
The Government of Sindh Home Department has issued code of conduct for collection of sacrificial skins / hides on Eidul Azha 1440 Hijri.
In a statement posted as a series of tweets, Twitter explained its goals around the new addition by saying, "We're testing a feature to hide replies from conversations.
class="MsoNormalWhen necessity forced me to buy the newest one therefore, I decided to hide it after I downloaded the documents I needed.
Yes, the supplies can be scaled up to handle several hides at once.
An Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientist has found a way to spot defects in the animal hides that become footwear, sporting goods, fashion accessories, and other leather goods.
Painted in red, orange, green, yellow, and blue; long, thick, hide fringe hangs along one side; length of parfleche 21 in.; overall length 42 in., late 19th century.
Tenders are invited for Provision of services for training on improved flaying and preservation techniques of hides and skins in the Greater Bahr El Chazal.
The Variable Least Significant Bits stegnography provided user freedom to hide any number of bits i.e.
(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2MunWEIH1OA#t=80) According to iDeviceHelpus's Youtube page , a glitch in iOS 7.1 will let users hide those apps and folders.