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An obsolete unit of land area equivalent to 120 acres.
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class="MsoNormalAnyway, with the New Year just a day away, the only resolution I have made is to stop hiding things.
Information hiding is an emerging research area, which encompasses applications such as copyright protection for digital media, watermarking, fingerprinting, and Stegnography.
FOOD BANK A western scrub jay brings considerable mental prowess to the task of hiding treats in an ice cube tray to foil a thief.
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.
* Anne Frank kept a diary of her experiences while hiding from the Nazis during World War II.
Pohlman sees nothing wrong with hiding cameras as long as the readers are told what transpired and how the reporters got their information.
Hiding places in the closer spots tend not to be very good.
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!
* A complete educational and employment history of the spouse suspected of hiding assets.
Instead, biologists typically speculated that the birds must follow a few simple rules, perhaps having favorite types of hiding places.
Hiding a file or directory means the user can't see any part of the file or directory name.