HID


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AcronymDefinition
HIDHigh-Intensity Discharge (automobiles lights)
HIDHuman Interface Devices (e.g. keyboards & mice)
HIDHazard Identification (NIOSH)
HIDHost Intrusion Detection (network and host security)
HIDHazardous Installations Directorate (United Kingdom)
HIDHost Interface Device
HIDHandbook on Injectable Drugs
HIDHoliday In Dixie (Shreveport, LA, USA)
HIDHigh Incidence Disabilities
HIDHost Interface Display
HIDHomogeneous Isotropic Dielectric (air)
References in classic literature ?
I have been on their trail," replied the young Indian, "and know that they number as many as the fingers of my two hands; but they lie hid like cowards.
Whoever finds one of these hid treasures, it belongs to him.
And he led the Doctor and his pets to the very thickest part of the forest--a place where no man had ever been before--and hid them all in a big hollow tree between high rocks.
Before, however, this was done, the dervish went up to a great golden vase, beautifully chased, and took from it a small wooden box, which he hid in the bosom of his dress, merely saying that it contained a special kind of ointment.
Mittens ran away to the dairy, and hid in an empty jar on the stone shelf where the milk pans stand.
Pulling the capul-hide well over himself, so that the helmet hid most of his face, Robin seized the silver bugle and blew a long blast.
Every now and then a haze of smoke from some nearer conflagra- tion drove across the window and hid the Martian shapes.
Look thy den is hid and deep, Lest a wrong, by thee forgot, Draw thy killer to the spot.
Natasha, raising her face for a moment from her mother's mantilla, glanced up at her through tears of laughter, and again hid her face.
For the Wizard of Oz, when he stole the throne from Ozma's father, hid the girl in some secret place; and by means of a magical trick with which I am not familiar he also managed to prevent her being discovered -- even by so experienced a Sorceress as myself.
For a time Werper hid behind one of the lesser boulders that were scattered over the top of the hill, but, seeing or hearing nothing of the Englishman, he crept from his place of concealment to undertake a systematic search of his surroundings, in the hope that he might discover the location of the treasure in ample time to make his escape before Tarzan returned, for it was the Belgian's desire merely to locate the gold, that, after Tarzan had departed, he might come in safety with his followers and carry away as much as he could transport.
Immediately his attention was centered upon the spot where he knew a sniper must be hid.