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I.E.

An abbreviation for the Latin id est, "that is to say, meaning."

West's Encyclopedia of American Law, edition 2. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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However, estimates of use were substantially lower (50-70%) when participants were asked to describe peer (i.e., friends) behaviors.
The additional work to break down the other party (i.e., foreign and domestic subsidiaries) does not seem warranted.
Concerns about ototoxicity led to a decline in the use of aminoglycoside-containing eardrops (i.e., neomycin, gentamicin, and tobramycin).
Navy FMS customers, the reasons for generating the excess inventory -- i.e. bad decision making at the outset -- still remain.
* Environment (i.e., Wildlife Restoration, Air & Water Control)
Such a view certainly justifies the work of the critic, whose job it must indeed be to unravel the "indirect statements" of this "most subtle and difficult writer," but does it not suggest that Machiavelli failed where he most wanted to succeed, i.e., in being clear, convincing, and immediately useful to others?
The first step in designing an upper body DP is to determine whether to target the primary pressing muscles (i.e., the anterior shoulder region, chest, and triceps) or the primary pulling muscles (i.e., the posterior shoulder region, upper back, and biceps) of the torso.
Typical responses indicate the students understand that injuries could happen to them and that they intend to modify their behavior (i.e., wear safety belts, measure the depth of the water, refrain from drinking while driving).
Perhaps the most common solecism with i.e. shows it being used where e.g.
In this paradigm, structural data is readily available (i.e., facilities, equipment, and staffing patterns), process measures target individual provider performance, and evaluating the outcome is often limited by subjective judgment.
Here the problem is the overabundance of available data relevant to the particular inquiry - i.e., experimental results, field observations, historical records, statistical and survey data, and the like.
Invested capital multiples are calculated by dividing the market value of invested capital (i.e., interest-bearing debt and equity) by various invested capital-oriented earning levels.