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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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They projected that 8.1 million animals were sold for Rs242bn while the value of collected hides was Rs5.1bn on Eid.
'Cow hide was bought in the range of Rs100 to Rs290 this year whereas goat skin was purchased for Rs50 to Rs100.
In other case administration would be authorized to seize collected hide and initiate legal action against party, organization or their workers on the charges of violating rules regulations, he stated.
Every individual is allowed to donate the skin/ hide as per his own will where ever and to whom he thinks fit.
Earlier, the Police in Korangi Area in Karachi had claimed to have seized bulky amount of dog and donkey hides.
Processing and selling animal hides is a $2 billion industry in the United States, and the lack of any technology for measuring defects and characterizing quality often leads to disputes after the hides are sold, says Stephen Sothmann, president of the U.S.
The welfare wings of the political parties, Islamic and secular charities, madrasas or seminaries and banned militant outfits have been the key players in collecting hides and skins of the sacrificial animals on Eid Al Adha.
4) Which twenty-one of the hides are used by two hiders?
The only thing missing would be a red or cinnamon hide sandwiched between two of those black hides.
Acceptable hides must be fleshed completely when fresh and thoroughly salted.
Using this measure, among the flat and non-flat paints tested, solventborne coatings on average emitted over ten times as much VOC to hide the same area as the waterborne paints did, according to CARB.