- n. Plural form of id.
“I think it used to work but now it seems as id the ids are all messed up.”
“A little tool to encode and decode tag ids in various EPC tag data standards (pretty experimental but should be useful in a lab or POC)”
“Factors such as ids buildup, scaling, or critical pH control. transportation, availability and price need to be Dry Scrubbers considered.”
“The best part of deer deason ids going back out and scouting spending time in the woods with family and fiends, sharing old stories and making new ones!”
“- Nope, no fiber optic in my area yet. no surprise, again, as Vancouver is basically an outlying suburb of Portland, and where I am ids on the far side of it, in an older area.”
“It's clear she was having a blast, despite the silly story line that landed her back at McKinley to school a group of kids who have no ids this week, that is on the "ditty of the dirty.”
“You won't have to worry about assigning classes or ids yourself, but if you want to change the properties of something specific, you need to know what the class or id is, so you can find it back in your CSS, right?”
“When explaining why he attached the DREAM Act to the defense authorization bill, Reid explained, "[K] ids who grew up as Americans should be able to get their green cards after they go to college or serve in the military.”
“Counterfeit is not a huge problem in this day and age, with networks, databases, and biometric ids.”
“It's extremely detailed and even uses patches on officers clothing to id their unit, and ids the plains clothed units too.”
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