The Art Of Hiding

Author: Amanda Prowse
Publisher: Lake Union Publishing
ISBN: 9781611099553
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Nina McCarrick lives the perfect life, until her husband, Finn, is killed in a car accident and everything Nina thought she could rely on unravels.

The Art Of Hiding Vegetables

Author: Karen Bali
Publisher: Crimson Publishing
ISBN: 9780954821920
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A guide to getting your child to eat healthy food with or without their cooperation. Explains how to hide vegetables in meals, food habits and psychology, and how to save time and effort.

Hiding In Plain Sight

Author: Eric Cole
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0471444499
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This detailed, practical guide changes that–whether your goal is to add an extra level of security to business or government communications or to detect and counter steganography when it’s used by criminals or terrorists.


Author: Mark C. Taylor
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 9780226791593
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While Greenherg's imerest in maimaining the preciousness of the art ohiect is
aesthetic and not economic, it quickly hecame clear that speculation is not merely
a matter of thouglu. The social, political, and economic devastation of two world
wars comrihuted to the migration of "advanced" art from Europe to the United
States. Whether the New York gallery system was created to meet or to generate
demand, the postwar economy provided ideal conditions for the com-
modification of the ...

Hiding The Audience

Author: Frances W. Kaye
Publisher: University of Alberta
ISBN: 9780888643766
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collection in 1960, on a leave of absence from the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria.
When he left in 1963, he felt that, except for the research under Ediger's direction,
the art department was falling apart. Everything from the physical condition of the
paintings to all levels of planning to the director's lack of authority was a mess.4'
One of the things that galled Williamson seems to have been Rungius — or at
any rate the enormous Rungius retrospective that apparently still interested

Information Security Management Handbook Sixth Edition

Author: Harold F. Tipton
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 0849374952
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Automata. Sasan Hamidi 80.1 Introduction 1039 80.2 Motivation for Research
1040 80.3 Background on Cellular Automata 1040 80.4 Background on Digital
Images and Steganography 1041 80.5 Methodology 1042 80.6 Test Results
1042 80.7 Conclusion 1043 References 1044 80.1 Introduction Steganography
is the art of hiding messages or other forms of data and information within
another medium. The goal of steganography is to hide the information so it can
escape detection.

Hiding In The Light

Author: Dick Hebdige
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415007375
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For instance, the Sex Pistols' career, managed with a spectacular Warhol-like flair
by Malcolm McLaren, another 1960s Art School product, offered precisely the
same kind of parodic, mock serious commentary on rock as a business that Pop
Art in the 1960s provided on the Art Game. The principle of facetious quotation
has been applied tosubcullural fashion to produce what Vivienne West wood
used to call "confrontation dressing", collage dressing, genre dressing: the
sartorial ...

The Art Of Network Architecture

Author: Russ White
Publisher: Cisco Press
ISBN: 0133259218
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The primary tool the network architect uses to overcome machine level
information overload is informa- tion hiding. Information hiding reduces the
routing table size by either combining multiple destinations into a single
destination (aggregation, covered in more detail in Chapter 7, “Applying
Modularity”) or separating destinations into sub topologies (virtualization,
covered in more detail in Chapter 12, “Building the Second Floor”). Information
hiding reduces the rate of state change in ...

Python Master The Art Of Design Patterns

Author: Dusty Phillips
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1787123405
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Hiding. details. and. creating. the. public. interface. The key purpose of modeling
an object in object-oriented design is to determine what the public interface of
that object will be. The interface is the collection of attributes and methods that
other objects can use to interact with that object. They do not need, and are often
not allowed, to access the internal workings of the object. A common real-world
example is the television. Our interface to the television is the remote control.