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I.E.

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

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Blood sample from cupping showed highly significant decline in RBC i.
Research in natural sciences and applied fields is increasingly collectivized or industrialized (Weinberg, 1972: Ziman, 1981, 1983, 1987), but humanities and social sciences are still predominantly areas for the cottage industry - i.
As these tangible symbols are established, the learner may expand to use these expressively; i.
Caillois further develops a system for classifying games based on a dominant element in the game - i.
Even in those women who did develop preterm labor, some believe that HUAM can be judged to be a total success only if the treatment is successful, i.
b) We assume the question refers to a situation in which the property is transferred and the consideration becomes due on one date, i.
These rules apply to materials that are classified as hazardous waste either through a specific listing, i.
First, memory was differentiated for bilinguals, i.
The sample was theoretically derived (Miles & Huberman, 1994), i.
These petroleum-based products both moisturize and protect against irritation by unwanted moisture, i.
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