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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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When Balda gave individual Clark's nutcrackers a second chance to cache seeds in the same sandy aviary floor, the birds often choose different hiding places.
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.
A difference in hiding tactics showed up in lab tests where birds cached some of their favorite food in ice cube trays filled with pellets, says Nicola Clayton of the University of Cambridge in England.
All hiders are alive and intact, no beheadings like a camel hiding in a chameleon.
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.
The petty bickering among those in hiding gets repetitive without ever giving a palpable feeling for the fact that the Franks and others subjected themselves to more than two years of selmprisonment.
Here are some of the sources of public records that will help reveal the business and personal background of someone suspected of hiding assets:
Forced to face his humiliating fall from youth pastor to college party man, Jeremy discovers that he isn't the only one hiding a dark secret - or in need of mercy and forgiveness.
In a previous study, Clayton found evidence that jays could remember specific episodes of food hiding in their past (SN: 9/19/98 p.
but were hiding in another section of the two-story home, said Los Angeles Police Department spokesman Lt.