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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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Meanwhile, I have chosen to look on the bright side: I have outstanding hiding skills, they are so outstanding, in fact, I am even able to hide things from myself.
The companies involved in hiding cars are from Punjab.
Stegnography, literally means "covered writing", is a tool of hiding information in a suitable media i.e.
ant Naturally the critter with the most hiding places is a tiny one.
A recent set of lab experiments then showed that infected lobsters didn't care whether they shared a hiding place with a healthy lobster or with another sick one.
In the latest series of tests, Clayton and her colleagues provided a jay with some waxworms, a desirable treat, and offered two trays for hiding. Under the beady eyes of a superior or fellow subordinate, the hider cached more of the waxworms far from the watcher than it did when it was alone or viewed only by its mate.
"Correlation Between Solids Content and Hiding as it Relates to the Calculation of VOC Content in Architectural Coatings," the final report for a research project conducted for California's Air Resources Board (CARB) by Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, has been posted at CARB's web site.
While Hitler's Holocaust (mass murder) continued, the Franks stayed in hiding. Otto's business partner, Hermann van Pels, his wife, Auguste, and their 15-year-old son, Peter, lived with them.
11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, officials suspect that hijackers and planners of the attacks used steganography, a method of hiding encrypted messages within, say, music files or pictures.
Spouses attempting to hide marital assets in divorce proceedings and debtors transferring property to frustrate collection efforts often use techniques similar to those employed by criminals laundering their illegal profits or by government officials hiding bribe payments.
It smacks of hard-nosed investigative reporters hiding in the shadows waiting to catch the bad guys, whether the men in the black hats are selling human organs on the black market, doing fraudulent auto repairs or abusing patients in a mental hospital.
Mark off some boundaries where you will be able to monitor where campers are hiding and keep track of them.