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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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The academician must move towards a means of measuring his own success not only by the number of papers he has published but also in the actual improvements in the lives of the community (lbid).
(9.) lbid., 48: "Postremo rotidem particulas in mulieribus invenire est, quot in viris habentur.
(18) lbid. (19) Zimmermann to German embassy in Constantinople, 4 May 1915, NARA/T-120/4951/L366992-93; Frank G.
(34) lbid 15-48; Joseph Raz, The Authority q[' Law Essays on Law and Morality (Oxford University Press, 1979) 114, 195, 197; Stephen R Perry, 'Judicial Obligation, Precedent and the Common Law' (1987) 7 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 215,243-4.
(4.) lbid. at 378 (holding that temporary taking of tenant's leasehold interest in warehouse constituted a taking of "property" under the Fifth Amendment).
(121) lbid: 'For bid rigging cases, the value of the successful bid or series of bids would need to exceed $1 million within a 12-month period'.