He next proceeded to inspect his hack, which, with more quartos than a real and more blemishes than the steed of Gonela, that "tantum pellis et ossa fuit," surpassed in his eyes the Bucephalus of Alexander or the Babieca of the Cid.
So then, his armour being furbished, his morion turned into a helmet, his hack christened, and he himself confirmed, he came to the conclusion that nothing more was needed now but to look out for a lady to be in love with; for a knight-errant without love was like a tree without leaves or fruit, or a body without a soul.
And with fury, as it were with passion, the murderer falls on the body, and drags it and hacks
at it; so he covered her face and shoulders with kisses.
"And while you sat in your hack, watching the play, as you call it, the other man marched in and bagged your sixty thousand dollars?"
"You ought to have bought up that hack," said Tristram; "it isn't a safe vehicle to have about.
The head had been hacked
off and was missing, and Sheldon took it on faith that the body was Kwaque's.
There were very common hacks
, with father and mother and all the children in them; conspicuous little open carriages with celebrated ladies of questionable reputation in them; there were Dukes and Duchesses abroad, with gorgeous footmen perched behind, and equally gorgeous outriders perched on each of the six horses; there were blue and silver, and green and gold, and pink and black, and all sorts and descriptions of stunning and startling liveries out, and I almost yearned to be a flunkey myself, for the sake of the fine clothes.
Teaching students how to hack
ethically may be seen as a worthy endeavor, and most researchers agree that it is critical for security professionals.
Mocking the technology used by Indian government website, Afzal reportedly warned that Pakistani hackers may hack
more websites belonging to the Indian government.
, in which a hacking group known as Advanced Persistent Threat 28 (APT28) uses a software called Sofacy, exploits vulnerabilities in Microsoft Windows and Adobe's Flash.
Asked about the three hacked
royal aides, Goodman said: "I'm not on trial for hacking.
(Reuters) - The former royal editor of Rupert Murdoch's News of the World tabloid admitted to a London court on Wednesday he had repeatedly hacked
the voicemails of Princes William and Harry, and William's wife Kate Middleton.