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i·bi·dem

 (ĭb′ĭ-dĕm′, ĭ-bī′dəm)
adv. Abbr. ib. or ibid.
In the same place. Used in footnotes and bibliographies to refer to the book, chapter, article, or page cited just before.

[Latin ibīdem; see i- in Indo-European roots.]
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ibid.

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ib.

(in annotations, bibliographies, etc, when referring to a book, article, chapter, or page previously cited) abbreviation for
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) ibidem
[Latin: in the same place]
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ibid.

[ˈɪbɪd] abbr =ibidem: from the same sourceibid.
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Ibid. Phidias was supposed to have stolen some public gold, with the connivance of Pericles, for the embellishment of the statue of Minerva.
(22.) Ibid., 4: [a] servizio vostro primieramente, e ad onore di questa citta.
Nigerian writer Ken Saro-Wiwa, who was hanged in 1995 for leading protests against this environmental destruction, called it "genocide by environmental means." Ibid.
Vizcaya: 30TWP00: Armintza, 22-07-1986, cistocarpos y ramas anteridiales, BIO-Algae 603; Ibid., 21-08-1986, BIO-Algae 604; Ibid., 12-06-1987, cistocarpos y ramas anteridiales, BIOAlgae 668; Ibid., -4 m, 05-05-1996, BIO-Algae 1757; Gorliz, Errotatxu, -5 m, 28-07-1997, cistocarpos, BIO-Algae 2241.
(43.) Ibid., 135 [i4r]: Vestiva dunque questa elioida nympha el virgineo et divo corpusculo di subtilissimo panno di verde seta textile.
(125.) Ibid. The United States Code includes a number of definitions of "terrorist activity" for law enforcement, surveillance, and other purposes.
Ortega, "The Self and the Other," 1939, in ibid., p.
(38.) Ibid. Straton defined "prophesy" as "proclamation of the saving truths of Jesus" and thus considered the words "preach" and "prophesy" to be synonymous.
30TWN69: Guetaria, 28-IX-1984, BCF-A 11333; Ibid., 09-III-1993, BCF-A 10829; Zumaya, rasa, 15-V-1987, tetrasporocistes, HGI-A 2043.
(20.) "den Eheleuten / welchen es noth und nutzlich [ist]," Ibid., 438.
(18.) Little explains that "such preaching was an assault upon the religious customs of that day and could not be tolerated, no matter by whom preached." Ibid.