Hide is defined as the whole pelt from large animals (cattle, horse, etc.), in contrast to the term "skin", the pelt of young or small animals.

See also:
"Hide" is in the NAICS Code "316110"
(Leather and Hide Tanning and FinishingDressing hides)

Ref: 124268/2006-10-01

Hide pertains to the skin of cattle

-see also:
"Hide" is in the NAICS Code "316110"
(Leather and Hide Tanning and FinishingDressing (i.e., bleaching, blending, currying, scraping, tanning) furs)

Ref: 122600/2006-10-11

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Hidey (Hidey refers to coffee which smells and tastes. ..)
Cowhide (Cowhide refers to a hide from a mature female ...)
Horsehide (Horsehide is a hide from a horse, usually from ...)
Tanning (Tanning is described as the process of ...)

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