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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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This simple insight, that price should be based on value and not cost, is the first step to recovering hidden profits.
Residents in Hidden Hills did not seem too bothered by the new rate structure.
Unfortunately, even the attempt to initiate dialogue on the hidden curriculum is often associated with casting aspersions on the university or engaging in subversive activities, as if it were a pejorative topic.
The message beautifully annunciated by Tolkien in his writings and documented by today's wisest Tolkien scholars in A Hidden Presence is that without God man can do nothing.
In a research paper, Byers wrote that half the documents collected had up to 50 hidden words, a third up to 500 words hidden, and 10 percent had more than 500 words concealed within them.
"We would love to see a Hidden Beach in Brazil;' says Karisma's Krstajic, who says the resort is getting dozens of calls for information from South America's largest country.
SH: Even as your postmodern appropriation of Luther's Hidden God invites the silenced and suffering to speak, so you believe that a recovery of the Incomprehensible God of the mystics, especially the apophatic and love mystics, can bring the repressed stories of the marginalized, the heretics, the dissenters, the fools, the martyrs, and the avant-garde artists back into the theological conversation.
Hidden and Dangerous 2 is a first and third person tactical shooter that builds upon the tremendous success of its predecessor.
But there are some who see no change in the use of hidden cameras and continue to point to "gotcha" pieces, where an 18-year-old clerk is caught on tape selling cigarettes to minors, as abuses of the trade.
A simple way to get "hidden" information may be to just ask the person directly.
Hidden law is exceptionally resilient, until it is dragged into politics and pummeled by legalistic reformers, at which point it can give way all at once.
That policy requires approval for the use of a hidden camera from a news division vice president and legal counsel.