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(Animals) another name for the silver orfe. See orfe
[C19: from New Latin idus, from Swedish id]
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or -id

a suffix used in the names of chemical compounds.


intact dilatation and extraction.


Integrated Drive Electronics: a standard for computer interface ports that allows the disk controller of an IDE-compatible hard drive or CD-ROM drive to be integrated into the disk itself. Compare EIDE, SCSI.
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It has 32MB 100MHz SDRAM (1 DIMM) and a 4.3 GB ATA-33 hard drive.
A data set that excluded most compressed file types yielded results ranging from 132.7MB/mi (slightly over 2 MB/sec) on 7.3GB of data on an IDE drive running in ATA-33 mode to 209.2MB/mm (about 3.5MB/sec) on a SCSI LVD drive with 3.4GB.