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TRUE IDENTITY
MAKES ROBUST FIREWALL PROTECTION
AL-QAIDA LEADER OSAMA BIN
HIDING SECRET MESSAGES
PLO MILITANTS
LVOV
ENCAPSULATION
MODULARITY
KOH-I-NOOR
IGOR KARKAROFF
INVISIBILITY CLOAK
HAGRID
HIDING THEMSELVES
HIDING ZEUS
HIDING POWER
JULY 1942
HIDING SOMETHING
NETWORK HIDING
HIDING DATA
HIDING PLACES
ATTICS
UFOS
OCCULTATION
PLUTO
ALI
FRIENDS
IDENTITY
MOTHER
ORESTES
PEGASUS
VITELLIUS
NERO
STACK
END
OSAMA BIN
TALIBAN
CLOTHES
CONCENTRATION CAMPS
BEOWULF
GHETTOS
GHETTO
EXILE
DURYODHANA
ALBANIA
SEVERAL DAYS
BACK
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Definitions

  1. Hiding is not an option for you, as you'll have to blast your way through the many massive levels of DOOM 3, struggling to stay alive. (Web site)
  2. Those in hiding were arrested and in September 1944 deported to Auschwitz in German-occupied Poland, where Hermann van Pels was assigned hard labour.

True Identity

  1. Other times, she showed astuteness in hiding their true identity and asking Vayu putra Bhima to kill the evil Keechaka like Goddess Bharati would. (Web site)

Makes Robust Firewall Protection

  1. It makes robust firewall protection easy by automatically hiding your PC on the Internet and blocking suspicious connections. (Web site)

Al-Qaida Leader Osama Bin

  1. The Al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden is suspected to be hiding at present (2005) in the Hindu Kush area.

Hiding Secret Messages

  1. She outwitted the Nazis by hiding secret messages in the hem of her skirt and aiding airmen escape to safety. (Web site)

Plo Militants

  1. However, Israel claimed that some 2,000 PLO militants were hiding in Palestinian refugee camps on the outskirts of Beirut.

Lvov

  1. After that, he was "in hiding" in Lvov from March to June 1944. (Web site)

Encapsulation

  1. Encapsulation: The technique of hiding the internal implementation details of an object from its external view.

Modularity

  1. This reference model also provides an opportunity to teach more general software engineering concepts like hiding, modularity, and delegation of tasks.

Koh-I-Noor

  1. Next Shah Shuja regained the throne and the Koh-I-Noor -- the Koh-I-Noor's place of hiding having been pointed out to him by Zaman Shah. (Web site)
  2. A member of Mohammad Shah's harem gave away the hiding place of Koh-i-noor. (Web site)

Igor Karkaroff

  1. Igor Karkaroff, Headmaster of the Durmstrang Institute sees the dragons, although from a hiding place. (Web site)
  2. Igor Karkaroff - killed in 1996 after over a year in hiding. (Web site)

Invisibility Cloak

  1. He also discovered Harry was eavesdropping in his train compartment, and was hiding under the Invisibility Cloak.

Hagrid

  1. Hagrid never married and James and Lily went into hiding shortly after she first became pregnant with Harry.
  2. Fluffy: A vicious three-headed dog raised by Hagrid that guards the hiding place of the Sorcerer's Stone.

Hiding Themselves

  1. Downstairs, he bids good-bye to the Dursleys for the final time, as the threat of Voldemort forces them to go into hiding themselves.

Hiding Zeus

  1. Rhea hated this and tricked him by hiding Zeus and wrapping a stone in a baby's blanket, which Cronus ate. (Web site)

Hiding Power

  1. BT-IN600 is a kind of lithopone whose hiding power is better than that of zinc oxide and worse than that of titanium dioxide.

July 1942

  1. As persecutions against the Jewish population increased, the family went into hiding in July 1942 in hidden rooms in her father Otto Frank's office building.

Hiding Something

  1. McMahon then noticed that Wight was hiding something behind his back, which turned out to be a steel chair. (Web site)

Network Hiding

  1. It describes network hiding, device hiding, network-number remapping, clustering, loop detection, hop-count reduction, hop-count weighting, and backup paths. (Web site)

Hiding Data

  1. Hiding data & functionality inside objects is called encapsulation, a key Object-Oriented concept. (Web site)
  2. Cryptography is the art and science of hiding data in plain sight.

Hiding Places

  1. They can be seen occasionally scurrying from closets or other hiding places and they will happily eat any spiders and other insects they find. (Web site)
  2. When the Allies liberated Rome, thousands of Jews came out of their hiding places, and told the world of their salvation by the Vatican. (Web site)
  3. Caravaggio fled the city and kept moving between hiding places. (Web site)

Attics

  1. Hiding in attics and closets -- in Midwestern and South central states -- that's where you'll find brown recluse spiders.
  2. The Jews were taken from their houses, barns, cellars, attics, and other hiding places. (Web site)

Ufos

  1. Keyhoe became convinced that UFOs were alien spacecraft and that the government was hiding this fact from the public to avoid mass panic. (Web site)

Occultation

  1. The Twelvers claim that their last Imam has gone into "occultation." Ismailis on the other hand claim, an Imam never goes into hiding or occultation.

Pluto

  1. Hiding them from Mickey, Pluto takes the blame for their antics, and gets thrown out of the house for breaking the rules. (Web site)

Ali

  1. The note (Text) threatened Western governments, Jews and Ayaan Hirsi Ali (who went into hiding).
  2. NRC Handelsblad said Ayaan Hirsi Ali had revealed her secret residence on a navy base to protest against the circumstances of her hiding. (Web site)

Friends

  1. Harry and his friends are forced into hiding, but far from giving up hope they form their own secret rebellion.
  2. After all, I had spent the majority of my life hiding my depression from family, friends, and business associates--and now I was writing a tell-all book.

Identity

  1. Pandavas attended, dressed as brahmins (they were hiding their identity after the house of lac was burnt.

Mother

  1. Many Jews were found hiding places by the Countess and her mother, Frau Solf. (Web site)

Orestes

  1. Orestes spent his time in hiding on Mount Parnassus.
  2. At this point Orestes and Pylades emerge from their hiding place and Orestes gradually convinces her of his identity. (Web site)

Pegasus

  1. Belle rushed out of his hiding place and lunged at Pegasus, catching nothing but air.
  2. I don't know who had more fun, Pegasus or my aunt Athena, who tried to stifle her laughter from her hiding spot in the forest.

Vitellius

  1. When Vespasian's troops entered Rome, Vitellius was captured while in hiding and murdered. (Web site)

Nero

  1. In 68 a military coup drove Nero into hiding.
  2. To prove it, she calls Nero out of hiding, but Claudius interrupts his ardent wooing and contemptuously sends him packing.

Stack

  1. As new plates are added, each new plate becomes the top of the stack, hiding each plate below, pushing the stack of plates down. (Web site)

End

  1. In June 1995, at the end of the Triwizard Tournament, Karkaroff went into hiding after sensing the summons of Lord Voldemort.
  2. However, Shias agree that the Last Imam went into hiding and will return to bring in the end of the world.

Osama Bin

  1. Analysts have long suspected Pakistan's Bajaur tribal region to be the hiding place of Osama Bin Laden, Ayman al-Zawahiri and other top al-Qaeda leaders.

Taliban

  1. Most of the Taliban come from Pakistan and Osama bin Laden is thought to be hiding in Pakistan.

Clothes

  1. Others are bitten when putting on clothes that have hung undisturbed for a long time and where spiders are hiding.
  2. In dreams, clothes can represent concealment and hiding, so being stripped of clothes can mean being left defenseless and exposed.

Concentration Camps

  1. Additionally, approximately 15,000 German Jews survived the concentration camps or survived by going into hiding.

Beowulf

  1. While he is in hiding, Signy comes to him in the guise of a Völva (sorceress) and conceives a child by him, Sinfjötli (the Fitela of Beowulf).

Ghettos

  1. This includes Jews who were interned in camps or ghettos, were obliged to wear the star badge, or who lived in hiding. (Web site)

Ghetto

  1. The German authorities granted only 35,000 Jews permission to remain in the ghetto, while more than 20,000 Jews remained in the ghetto in hiding.

Exile

  1. Flushed from hiding by promises of safe conduct into exile, Diem climbed aboard a military convoy for what he thought was a ride to the airport.

Duryodhana

  1. Duryodhana refuses to give his cousins back their kingdom because he claims they came out of hiding before the appointed time. (Web site)
  2. Bhima was dancing with joy to know the hiding place of Duryodhana.

Albania

  1. She informs Harry that she stole the Diadem of Ravenclaw from her mother, in an attempt to become smarter than her, and then went into hiding in Albania.

Several Days

  1. After hiding in a friend's house for several days, Adolf Hitler was arrested and put on trial for his role in the Beer Hall Putsch. (Web site)

Back

  1. Bellerophon waited in hiding by this spring, and taking Pegasus by surprise, jumped upon his back. (Web site)
  2. Afterward, Voldemort went back into hiding until Peter Pettigrew found him.
  3. Boutin must have thought there was a mini-trampoline hiding under his stack, for as quickly as he won a big pot, he lost it all back and more. (Web site)

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