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- abbr. Alternative form of ibid. ("in the same place")
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An abbreviation of ibidem.
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- adv. in the same place (used when citing a reference)
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Homicida, Homicidiom» ibid - ibid» ibid. hacre - ibid. ibid.
Hal ibid, Liv. lib, ii. cap, 3*1 » Liy. ibid* left
Charlotte chamber of commerce 1918-19; asst.prof. law U.N. C. 1923 -; instr. in Latin ibid. 1922-23; lawyer Charlotte; mem.
Vanderbilt University, 1892; Fellow and Assistant in English, ibid.,
I'm sorry Chris but you are becoming even more of a ranter as well as trying to sound intelligent "ibid" for god's sake - you never studied Latin did you? and now you have Phil begging to be linked to your sad site.
1904; Instructor in Mathematics, University of North Carolina, 1908-'09; Instructor in Latin, ibid.,
Gronow ( 'ibid'.) "heard him, on the occasion of a delightful old light-blue Sèvres box he was using being admired, say, in his lisping way, 'Yes, it is a nice summer box, but would not do for winter wear.'"
"Reviving Friendship" (p. 5) is perhaps less expressive than "Relenting," as it once stood; and the phrase, "ten thousand _furlowed_ heroes" ( 'ibid'.), throws a new light on the heroic character.
Elizabeth replies, September 30, 1805 ( 'ibid'., p. 242): "You may retract all your sorrow about Caro Ponsonby's marriage, for she is the same wild, delicate, odd, delightful person, unlike everything."
The following was Miss Milbanke's answer ( 'ibid'., pp. 296, 297), dated,