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Idem

[Latin, The same.] Used to indicate a reference that has previously been made and typically abbreviated "id." in legal and scholarly bibliographic citations.

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(37.) Cfr., IDEM, <<Ma io vi dico ...>>, cit., 77-79.
O vocabulario da politica e da economia so muda definitivamente--sinal de mudanca das instituicoes, dos modos de producao e das mentalidades que correspondem a essas alteracoes--com a Revolucao Francesa e a Revolucao Industrial (Idem, p.
Ou seja: para Arico, foi a excentricidade (idem, p.
Cannon said he's asking the IDEM and ArcelorMittal for quicker notification when a spill happens, so they can tell boaters, fishermen and swimmers that there may have been a spill, and to avoid going in the water or eating the fish that come out of it until they confirm the severity of the situation.
Grados); 4 [masculinidad][masculinidad], mismos datos que el anterior, excepto (04.xii.1997); 3 [masculinidad][masculinidad], idem, excepto (06.xii.1997).
No cost estimates were immediately available, IDEM said.
Raleigh, NC, June 22, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Mims Distributing Company, a leading North Carolina wholesale beverage distributor, has announced the release of Ad Idem, a new craft beer brewed through a first-time collaboration between Wicked Weed Brewing in Asheville, North Carolina and The Lost Abbey in San Diego.
Idem pour la pomme meme celle dite locale qui est cedee a 260 DA.
TEHRAN (FNA)- High-ranking officials from the two Iranian and German companies of IDEM and Daimler agreed on producing three engines in IDEM - Iranian Diesel Engine Manufacturing Company.