from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A form of identification, especially an ID card.
- transitive v. To check the identification of, especially in order to verify legal age; card: The bouncer ID'ed everyone who looked younger than 30.
- abbr. Idaho
- abbr. identification
- abbr. Intelligence Department
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- n. The ISO 3166-1 two-letter (alpha-2) code for Indonesia.
- n. Common misspelling of CDXCIX., the Roman numeral representing four hundred and ninety-nine (499).
- n. Abbreviation of Identification or identity documentation.
- n. Abbreviation of Intelligent Design.
- n. Abbreviation of inside diameter.
- n. Abbreviation of inner diameter.
- n. Abbreviation of internal diameter.
- n. Abbreviation of industry discount.
- proper n. Abbreviation of Idaho.
- v. To identify (an object, etc.).
- v. To request to see a person’s identification for proof of identity or age.
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But would people be more amenable to voter ID if it was part of a comprehensive schem that had provisional ballot (left ID at home, was stolen etc.) as well as *easily provided free photo ID* and solved the problem of absentee ballots (had to get it in person by showing photo ID?)
UpdateCommand = new SqlCommand ( "Update Attendancedetail Set TimeOut = @TimeOut where ID = @ID", conn); da.
SqlCommand cmd = new SqlCommand ( "DELETE FROM [tbl_RFQVenSub] WHERE (ID = @ID)", connPO); cmd.
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- Fixed: Slimbox configuration problem ($ID should be $ID$) - Fixed: Some hidden objects still got mouse clicks.
SelectCommand = "SELECT [ID], [Name], [Location] FROM [Test]" DeleteCommand = "DELETE FROM Test WHERE (ID = @ID)" >
DeleteCommand = "DELETE FROM [tbl_ersatzbeschaffung] WHERE [ID] = @ID"
Dim query As String = "SELECT Posted from posts WHERE ID = @ID;"
YourDropDownList PropertyName = SelectedValue/> and the selectCommand od the datasource will be: e.g. select * from YourTableName where ID = @ID don't forget to set AutoPostBack to True for ur DropDownList. then call GridView.
In fact we need a national picture ID card that includes retinal scan and fingerprint with a special ID#.