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Ibid.

An abbreviation of the Latin ibidem, meaning "in the same place; in the same book; on the same page."

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Pharo, Editor, Reminiscences of William Hasell Wilson (1811-1902) (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Patterson & White Company, 1937), 6-10, cited in Ibid.
Improvements in education, therefore, are directly linked to solving other problems that are symptoms of a marginalized existence--poverty, poor health, violence against women, suicides, child abuse, and so on-caused by the gap in cultural development," ibid.
Stearns, "Uncivil War: Current American Conservatives and Social History," ibid.
der diese unauBsprech1iche Krafft der Bildung dem Saamen vorleiht," Ibid.
Lancaster, "Buddhism and Ecology: Collective Cultural Perceptions," in 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.
7, 1996--In a move designed to capture the value-leader position in electronic whiteboard technology, the MicroTouch Business Products Division, a developer of innovative, team- based products for workgroups, today announced the availability of Ibid.
Busino's account and a translation is quoted in full in ibid.
Yale University, 1994), table 1 Appendix B; on the problem of estimating private grammar school enrollment and attendance in the nineteenth century see Ibid.
This encounter was also recounted by Ribadeneyra's Jesuit protege Cristobal Lopez, in ibid.