Definitions

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  • abbr. Abbreviation of Human Input Device.
  • abbr. Hidalgo, a state of Mexico.

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Examples

  • EmailContacts Where ContactEmail LIKE @Email + '%' and HID = @HID "; and then you create a command object and set two parameters.

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  • Sony is planning to release a device called HID-C10, with the prefix standing for Home

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  • He wanted to prove the vulnerability of RFID tags manufactured by a company called HID at the Black Hat conference in

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  • A device called the HID-C10 "Home Information Device" has been given the full FCC once-over and, while confidentiality clauses keep the juicy bits secret, we do know that it somehow connects to a TV and that it possesses 802. 11b/g wireless.

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  • Sony's Home Information Device spotted at FCC - Sony is planning to release a device called HID-C10, with the prefix standing for Home Information Device, according to a recent FCC filing.

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  • Of course, buyers of the Special Edition will have to go without certain features, namely HID headlights, premium audio, and automatic climate control.

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  • "She fetched 'em over when I wasn't hyeh an 'HID' em."

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  • Finally, all 2011 GT500s benefit from several new convenience features such as HID (high-intensity discharge) headlamps, programmable vehicle key, Integrated spotter mirror and fold-down rear headrests.

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  • Like all Nokia smartphones, the 5800 is compatible with the "HID" standard for Bluetooth keyboards, and you can use any brand of keyboard which conforms to this standard (which most Bluetooth keyboards do).

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  • Many cities throughout the country, including the city of Sarasota, are actively retrofitting high-watt, high-intensity discharge ( "HID"), incandescent and even fluorescent lights with LEDs.

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