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HIDE, measures. In England, a hide of land, according to some ancient manuscripts, contained one hundred and twenty acres. Co. Litt. 5; Plowd. 167; Touchst. 93.

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Her late grandmother had a habit of hiding things, including money, but never seemed to recall where she had hidden them, and would end up giving everyone grief when she failed to get whatever it is she had stashed away.
The stegnography technique presented in this work uses Grayscale digital images for information hiding. A great care needs to be taken in the assortment of the cover image (Tsai et al., 2011).
When the hoarders revisited the trays in private, the birds who'd been watched by a dominant bird during the first episode shifted more treats to other hiding places than did birds watched by a subordinate, a mate, or no other jay.
The project's goal was to determine the relationship between the volume percent of solids in coatings and the hiding of the coatings.
On August 4, 1944, Nazi soldiers burst into the Secret Annex and arrested the eight people in hiding. All were taken to concentration camps.
For more information, check out: Information Hiding Techniques for Steganography and Digital Watermarking edited by Stefan Katzenbeisser and Fabien A.P.
"There is deceit here in one form or another," said Lewis of hiding recording equipment.
If the predator cannot name some campers or guesses incorrectly, those campers can remain in hiding. The counselor will need to monitor this.
When the researchers hid a treat under one of two piles of bedding with different scents and then switched the scent hiding the treat, normal mice quickly learned which pile would yield the reward.
Where is Osama bin Laden hiding? What are terrorists to each other saying about future plot against the U.S.?
Courts have found that the following facts are particularly relevant to proving knowledge: 1) inconsistent statements, 2) implausible stories, 3) a large quantity of valuable contraband, 4) nervousness, 5) failure to ask any questions regarding the nature of a trip, 6) more contraband or drug paraphernalia found in the subject's possession, 7) lack of surprise upon discovery of the contraband, 8) scanning for police surveillance, 9) accepting a package without question or surprise, 10) hiding a package once it is delivered, and 11) inquiring abo ut the status of a package in anticipation of its delivery.
Bancroft then took other strands of DNA and mixed them together in a process of concealment called steganography, or hiding one thing among many similar things.