Hidden or The Hidden can refer to:
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... Hidden or The Hidden can refer to L'Encobert (in Catalan El Encubierto in Spanish "The Hidden "), a mysterious rebel leader in the Revolt of the Brotherhoods in Valencia in 1522 Hidden ... "The Hidden" (The Penguins of Madagascar episode), an episode of The Penguins of Madagascar ...
... Hidden (c ... Hidden is believed to be the first cavalry officer killed in action in the Army of the Potomac and the first officer of Union volunteer cavalry killed in ...
... Small bombs can be hidden inside books, with a trigger that operates when book is opened ... In 1980, United Airlines president Percy Wood was injured by the explosion of a pipe bomb hidden inside a book that he received in the mail ... was arrested after taking photographs of a young girl with a camera hidden inside a book ...
... Hidden was born in New York to a wealthy family related to the shipwright William Henry Webb ... Cavalry, a regiment also called the "Lincoln Cavalry." At some point, Hidden achieved the rank of First Lieutenant ... On March 9, 1862, Hidden was ordered to take a small scouting party to investigate enemy activity near a bridge Union soldiers were building at Sangster's Station, a railroad station southwest of Fairfax ...
... Hidden's charge sparked the imagination of several artists in subsequent years ... Hidden in 1875, and Frank Leslie illustrated the Sangster's Station skirmish in The Soldier of Our Civil War (1893) ...
More definitions of "hidden":
- (adj): Difficult to find.
Example: "Hidden valleys"; "a hidden cave"
- (adj): Covered from view.
- (adj): Designed to elude detection.
Example: "A hidden room or place of concealment such as a priest hole"
Famous quotes containing the word hidden:
“And the unfailing sense of being young
Spread out like a spring-woken tree, wherein
That hidden freshness sung,
That certainty of time laid up in store....”
—Philip Larkin (19221986)
“Nobody knows what the cause is,
Though some pretend they do;
Its like some hidden assassin
Waiting to strike at you.
Childless women get it,
And men when they retire;
Its as if there had to be some outlet
For their foiled creative fire.”
—W.H. (Wystan Hugh)
“While it may not heighten our sympathy, wit widens our horizons by its flashes, revealing remote hidden affiliations and drawing laughter from far afield; humor, in contrast, strikes up fellow feeling, and though it does not leap so much across time and space, enriches our insight into the universal in familiar things, lending it a local habitation and a name.”
—Marie Collins Swabey. Comic Laughter, ch. 5, Yale University Press (1961)