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BIDE

An acronym for the four major demographic processes—birth, immigration, death, emigration—which act on a compartment in a typical population compartmental model.
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Sass & bide currently has 15 standalone retail concept stores across Australia and New Zealand.
The cowardly thief, who Mrs Bide describes as being in his late teens or early 20s, also stole pounds 76 in cash, her passport, credit cards and house keys, so the grandmother has had to have all the locks changed in her house.
I'll just bide my time and try force my way back into the team.
I've just got to bide my time and hopefully when I get my chance I'll win my place back.
They even helped him bide out from "some guys who said he'd burned them in a drug deal.
Cricket: Andrew Strauss has settled in to England's one-day squad knowing he may have to bide his time before he is given a chance to impress in his favoured opening position at international level.
She was addressing the participants of the International Diabetic Foot Symposium through video link using developments in information technology, organized by BIDE in collaboration with Baqai Medical University held here from August 21-23, 2015.
But Peter Lorimer, United's record scorer with 238 goals in 706 games, says the Honduran must still bide his time.
Through his solo show, Bide Your Time, which opened at the Elysium Gallery in Swansea last night, the multidisciplinary artist from West Wales refers to his status as a seemingly under or overqualified job-seeker.
ROY KEANE has urged Andy Reid to bide his time and his Ireland chance will come.
NICOLAS ANELKA believes Chelsea have the quality to win the Champions League this season and is ready to bide his time on the bench or the wing to start his trophy haul with the club.
CONNECTIONS of Light Shift will bide their time before deciding where the daughter of Kingmambo goes next.