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hide

(hīd)
n.
The skin of an animal, especially the thick tough skin or pelt of a large animal.

hide

raw or dressed skin of cattle, sheep or horse as removed at abattoir.

hide flayer
handheld vibrating instrument for separating hide from carcass at the points where a knife would normally be used.
hide puller
abattoir implement for pulling hides from carcasses at places where the hide pulls easily.
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Variable Least Significant Bits stegnography was a data hiding technique that used a variable number of bits of the cover file for data embedding.
The hiding capacity and data security of VLSB stegnography, largely depends on the number of sectors and the number of bits used for data hiding in a sector.
Hiding capacity: The selection of numbers of sectors, assigning pixels to a specific sectors and amount of bits to be embedded in the pixels of that sector played a vital role in determining the hiding capacity and hiding security of VLSB stegnography.
The total hiding space available in the cover image in terms of bits was:
Still, the birds maintained their high success rate in relocating their hiding places.
When the birds stashed their seeds in private, they didn't take opportunities to move their treasure to a new hiding place.
Skill in hiding food and remembering where to find it could make a big difference in a harsh climate with unpredictable food supplies, explains Vladimir V.
The Alaskans cached about twice as many seeds during the hiding sessions and later recovered them with only a quarter as many tries per seed.
By hiding batch files, files of password lists and other sensitive data files, the password protection becomes harder to avoid.
She was a young ballerina in Amsterdam - destined to become a prima ballerina, and be invited to perform in this country - when her picture appeared in that magazine Anne saw while hiding in that attic.
PHOTO Joyce Vanderveen was a ballerina in Nazi-occupied Amsterdam when Anne Frank hung her picture from a magazine on the wall of her hiding place.