HID


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HIDHigh-Intensity Discharge (automobiles lights)
HIDHuman Interface Devices (e.g. keyboards & mice)
HIDHealth Information Designs (various locations)
HIDHuman Interface Device
HIDHuman Input Device
HIDHuman Interactive Device
HIDHardware Id
HIDHigh Intensity Discharger
HIDHigh Intensity Discharge
HIDHot Import Daze (cars)
HIDHardware Interface Device
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)
HIDHellenic Info Destination (Greece)
HIDHigh Incidence Disabilities
HIDHost Interface Display
HIDHomogeneous Isotropic Dielectric (air)
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References in classic literature ?
They trembled with terror when they saw the hideous creature, and hid themselves beneath the leaves.
Hides of leopard and tiger predominated, apparently because of their more beautiful markings, and decorative skulls became more and more numerous.
Fastened against the hides were many pairs of Wieroo wings, mounted so that they resembled long, black shields.
The sailor, having made sure that Paulvitch had departed, returned to the forecastle, where he hid away his booty and turned into his bunk, while in the cabin that had belonged to the Russian there ticked on and on through the silences of the night the little mechanism in the small black box which held for the unconscious sleepers upon the ill-starred Kincaid the coming vengeance of the thwarted Russian.
When Biedenbach, the German terrorist, hid with us some time later, he installed a smoke-consuming device that enabled us to sit by crackling wood fires on winter nights.
Whoever finds one of these hid treasures, it belongs to him.
He had hid under the dead horse for a long time, peeping out furtively across the common.
He was turned aside by the fire, and hid among some almost scorching heaps of broken wall as one of the Martian giants returned.
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.
In a far corner of the room a bent and wrinkled old man hid a smile behind a golden goblet of strong brew.
Through the slits in the grotesque mask she could see his eyes upon her and she guessed the sardonic smile that the mask hid. For a tense moment the two stood thus.
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.