from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A freshwater fish of the family Cyprinidae, found across northern Europe and Asia, Leuciscus idus.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Same as first id, the fish.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A cyprinoid fish, Leuciscus idus or Idus melanotus.
- n. See ides.
- n. An obsolete form of -id in adjectives like acide, fluide, etc. See -id, 1.
- n. In chem., same as -id, 2.
- n. Same as -id, 1.
- n. In zoology, same as -id, 2.
Fust he found fault with the winder-blind, which 'e said didn't fit; then' e grumbled about going bare-foot, then 'e wanted somethink to' ide 'is legs, which was natural considering the shape of' em.
When combining non-metals with metals, the non-metal name now changes and gets and "ide" ending, rather than
When combining non-metals with metals, the non-metal name now changes and gets and "ide" ending, rather than "ine".
Slide 4: Naming Ionic Compounds the first element gets its normal elemental name • as found on the periodic table the second element's name has an "ide" ending
The primary VMDK file (FDCC_XP. vmdk) needs to be opened in a text editor and the ddb. adapterType parameter must be changed to "ide" from "BusLogic".
Take the things out in the kitchen, Watson, and -- and 'ide 'em safe. "
The "do nothing dems" will be their talking point. ide
Each took an ide a and transformed it into a political force.
It has higher than 355 fps and a nice let off rate i think it lets off to about 80 percent where as my martin lynx (20 year old bow, but still a nice bow) lets off about 50 percent but if I were you ide take the lights out
Bagus banget dan bener bener unik, gimana kalo Lingkarannya diganti kayu …, takutnya kalo dari semen itu khan kalo rontok bisa ngotorin lantainya, atau sobat2 punya ide lain??????????