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pron. Abbr. id.
Something that has been mentioned previously; the same.

[Latin, from id, it; see i- in Indo-European roots.]
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(ˈaɪdɛm; ˈɪdɛm)
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) the same: used to refer to an article, chapter, etc, previously cited
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(ˈaɪ dɛm, ˈɪd ɛm)

pron., adj.
the same as previously given or mentioned.
[1350–1400; Middle English < Latin: the same one]
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pron, adjidem, derselbe
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References in classic literature ?
Caught on the flank, by the Rue Saint- Pierre-aux-Boeufs, and in the rear through the Rue du Parvis, driven to bay against Notre-Dame, which they still assailed and Quasimodo defended, at the same time besiegers and besieged, they were in the singular situation in which Comte Henri Harcourt, Taurinum obsessor idem et obsessus , as his epitaph says, found himself later on, at the famous siege of Turin, in 1640, between Prince Thomas of Savoy, whom he was besieging, and the Marquis de Leganez, who was blockading him.
Besides, we are safe for to-day; you know the axiom, `Non bis in idem.'"
"Semper idem," explained the Woggle-Bug, pompously; and the Gump turned to stare at him.
"I have been nearly mad; and you know the axiom, -- non bis in idem. It is an axiom of criminal law, and, consequently, you understand its full application."
The poet also resigns himself to his mood, and that thought which agitated him is expressed, but alter idem, in a manner totally new.
On May 3, Margarita Popova will attend the ERA conference and will give a lecture in the panel devoted to the national and transnational application of the "ne bis idem" principle.
Tony O'Heh**What they say Pauline Gavin, trainer of Ad Idem "He seems to be grand and came out of the Troytown well.
On his comeback at Naas last month Ad Idem ran with considerable promise in a decent handicap hurdle, finishing second to He'llberemembered.
For FIB and MiniFIB contracts being traded on IDEM, intervention was available before opening from 15.10 until 15.15 with only orders deletion enabled -- for all other contracts this function ran until 15.30.
Indiana law mandates that the district report overflows to IDEM and the public.
O ancora, e come se il si del Padre e del Figlio all'umanita facesse parte del mistero stesso di Dio cosi come questo si verifica in realta nel Figlio che esiste nelseno della Trinita in una carne umana segnata dalle stimmate>>; IDEM, <<Ma io vi dico ...>> cit., 85.