Hiding (also called abscondence or concealment) is obscuring something from view or rendering it inconspicuous.
Hiding may also refer to:
- Hiding Out, a 1987 movie starring Jon Cryer
- A Figure in Hiding, Volume 16 in the original Hardy Boys book series
- In computer science:
- Information hiding, in computer science, the hiding of design decisions in a computer program that are most likely to change
- The Hiding (programming) of inherited methods in object-oriented programming
- In British and New Zealand slang a "hiding" may refer to a sound beating. Come here Rangi, I am gonna give you such a hiding
- Christoffer Hiding (born 1985), Swedish singer
Other articles related to "hiding":
... Philip James Gascoyne, eleventh Earl of Stretton, is in hiding, in fear for his life after being wrongly accused by Sir Humphrey Challoner of being a traitor to ... a fugitive, disguised in rough clothes and hiding in odd places, trusting no-one, but now he has been given shelter and a cover by honest John Stitch, the ... when she can leave, they spot Sir Humphrey's coach in the distance, Philip goes back into hiding while Patience heads towards the inn in Aldwark village to get a couple of hours rest for herself and the horses before ...
... of Mot's existence but often suspects Leo is hiding something from her ... seeks to discover what exactly he is hiding from her ... She spies on Leo and Mot using binoculars and by hiding behind hedges, trash cans and such ...
... Director of Immigration Viliame Naupoto announced on 25 January that Sami had been banned from leaving Fiji ... Two days later, Sami went into hiding, following alleged threats against him and his family ...
... Pashinyan went into hiding after the events of March 1st, 2008 ... Along with seven others, he is wanted by the Armenian Government for "committing premeditated actions intended to seizing of state power by force, of provocation and organization of mass disorders accompanied with murder in Yerevan." ...
Famous quotes containing the word hiding:
“I am a man, and God is hiding from us humans. We are unable to see Him, we can only search for Him.”
—Friedrich Dürrenmatt (19211990)
“When we retreat to the country, we are hiding not from people, but from our pride, which, in the city and among people, operates unfairly and immoderately.”
—Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (18601904)
“By school age, many boys experience pressure to reveal inner feelings as humiliating. They think their mothers are saying to them, You must be hiding something shameful. And shucking clams is a snap compared to prying secrets out of a boy whos decided to clam up.”
—Ron Taffel (20th century)