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ibid.

(ˈɪb ɪd)
ibidem.
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ibid

[ˈɪbɪd] ADV ABBR =ibidemibíd., ib.

ibid

[ˈɪbɪd] advibid.
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9 In fact Ribadeneyra includes some rather long digressions on topics that touch only indirectly on Loyola, for example ibid.
Salim Tamari, "The Palestinian Demand for Independence Cannot Be Postponed Indefinitely," Merip Reports 100-101 (October-December 1981): 23-24; Asher Susser "Jordanian Influence on the West Bank" Jerusalem Quarterly 8 (Summer 1978): 59-61; Abraham Sella, "The PLO, the West Bank and Gaza Strip, Ibid.
During the mid-1870s school officials, after conferring with the state agent of the board of education, ruled that it would be a "cruelty" and contrary to community sentiment to enforce the recently passed compulsory education law in view of economic conditions; Annual Report, 1874, 7; the same "concern" for impoverished children by employers is expressed as among the motives of businessmen for violating child labor laws; see Ibid.
On the marriage of Piero di Lorenzo de' Medici, ibid.
Todoro or Todorino had been taken by the Turks (ASV, SU, Busta 87, testimony of witness, Ibid.