Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An abbreviation of introduction.

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Examples

  • Last week I received a phone message from someone who I'd introd to her, who'd kept in much better contact than I, and he said "She won..."

    Can "Tarzan" be saved?

  • Sierra Wireless has just introd two new ExpressCard modems for HSUPA wireless users.

    Sierra Wireless intros AirCard 501 and 502 modems - SlipperyBrick.com

  • Aristotle (2000 [C4 BCE]) Nicomachean Ethics, ed. and introd.

    Well-Being

  • Edited with an introd. and bibliography by Maurice Friedman.

    Martin Buber

  • Meet the Author - where you can see authors introd...

    May 2005

  • We have seen how experience led to the introd. of the concept of the quantity of electricity. it was defined by means of the forces that small electrified bodies exert on each other.

    Einstein's Philosophy of Science

  • Augustine: 1975, De dialectica, ed. Jan Pinborg, translation with introd. and notes by B. Darrel Jackson, Dordrecht:

    Medieval Semiotics

  • Theory of Science, edited with an introd. by Jan Berg, trans.,

    Abstract Objects

  • Anyway, I changed my tune on Fiona when I heard her introd. to her performance of this tune, when she said "You're either going to love me or hate me after this song."

    partygirl Diary Entry

  • Stories/transl. with an introd. by Akef Abadir and Roger Allen.

    Naguib Mahfouz - Bibliography

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