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An obsolete unit of land area equivalent to 120 acres.
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Instead, biologists typically speculated that the birds must follow a few simple rules, perhaps having favorite types of hiding places.
To test the success of his message, Bancroft mailed a letter to his own laboratory, hiding the encoded DNA in a period at the end of a sentence
11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, officials suspect that hijackers and planners of the attacks used steganography, a method of hiding encrypted messages within, say, music files or pictures.
The researchers determined that although for a particular coating the hiding improves as the solids content increases, across different coatings, higher solids content does not necessarily equate to better hiding.
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.
ant Naturally the critter with the most hiding places is a tiny one.
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.
Added material includes Anne's perceptions of her parents' loveless marriage, an innocent tryst while in hiding and her days in the concentration camp, all of which makes the story infinitely more moving.
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.
A complete educational and employment history of the spouse suspected of hiding assets.