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vid

(vɪd)
n
(Film) informal short for video4
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vid

[vɪd] N ABBR =videovídeo f, video m (LAm)
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References in classic literature ?
Vide "Principes des Negociations" par l'Abbé de Mably.
We imitated the Vintage-processes of Nature in a back-kitchen at Brompton, and produced a dinner-sherry, pale and curious, tonic in character, round in the mouth, a favorite with the Court of Spain, at nineteen-and-sixpence a dozen, bottles included -- Vide Prospectus of the period.
"On his way to Perth, the king was met by a Highland woman, calling herself a prophetess; she stood at the side of the ferry by which he was about to travel to the north, and cried with a loud voice, 'My lord the king, if you pass this water you will never return again alive!'"--(VIDE the HISTORY OF SCOTLAND).
It was done as a simple act of goodwill, without compliment or remarkable courtesy, or any look that could be construed into 'reverential, tender adoration' (vide Rosalie Murray); but still, it was something to find my unimportant saying so well remembered: it was something that he had noticed so accurately the time I had ceased to be visible.
{152} Translation very uncertain; vide Liddell and Scott, under
The inclinations which he had deliberately stated on the 2d of October he would think it enough to refer to by the mention of that date; judging by the standard of his own memory, which was a volume where a vide supra could serve instead of repetitions, and not the ordinary long-used blotting-book which only tells of forgotten writing.
"Pray take a seat, vile I makes out the affidavit, Sir," says the lawyer.--"Thank'ee, Sir," says my father, and down he sat, and stared with all his eyes, and his mouth vide open, at the names on the boxes.
Louis being very fine; and the steamboat, which was to have started I don't know how early in the morning, postponing, for the third or fourth time, her departure until the afternoon; we rode forward to an old French village on the river, called properly Carondelet, and nicknamed Vide Poche, and arranged that the packet should call for us there.
The post said the shooting took place after a domestic altercation between Vides and her 45-year-old husband Paul Shatswell. Shatswell, the principal of Pittsburg Unified Adult School, suffered a brain injury and was paralyzed after the shooting.
The week was organised by VIDES UK volunteers who plan, prepare and deliver a variety of activities and experiences for children in Paisley and beyond.
That Monday, Oceanside resident and Democrat Juan Vides may very well announce his candidacy for public office.