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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.
Mrs Bide says some of the money was to buy a gift for a friend's baby who will be Christened this weekend.
I've just got to bide my time and hopefully when I get my chance I'll win my place back.
But I have enjoyed being at this club for four years and I will just bide my time and hopefully get another chance.
The Rev Mary Bide said cars were only in the oldest part of the graveyard, but added: "Some were parked in inappropriate places.
BROMSGROVE Rovers boss Rod Brown is prepared to bide his time and wait to sign midfield man Lee Williams, who was released by Halesowen Town last week.
MOTOR RACING: British sensation Lewis Hamilton has revealed his next target is a maiden Formula One victory, but the 22-year-old understands he may have to bide his time to reach the top step of the podium.
The National Garden Scheme opening for charity: Bide a Wee Cottage, Stanton, five miles north of Morpeth, will be open on Saturday, 1.
So Fulham intend to bide their time before making an official bid at the end of the campaign.
You have to bide your time in this game and remember that the cream always rises to the top.
Weller for personal injury or wrongful death must continue to bide their time until there is an outcome in the criminal case.
Spurs were hot favourites to land Reo-Coker but their interest has cooled and they will bide their time.