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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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It's never been just about the music for her and Biding Time brings all the strands of her work into one glorious moment.
As Justin Gatlin keeps trying out for NFL teams while biding time for his eight-year track ban to go away, does he realize the league does test for illegal substances?
Ongoing research from scenarioDNA's tween labs coincides with the popular opinion: Not quite captured by marketers either behaviorally or attitudinally, kids between the ages of 8 to 12 are more than just pre-teens biding time to teen-dom.
Staying out of the market, biding time like the German syndicators, hasn't been the solution for domestic investors however.
Hove has a couple of opens with Golden Sprint runner-up Haut Brion looking the call in a sprint and Jays Honcho, surely only biding time over four bends before embarking on a career as a stayer, fancied over 515m.
Biding time as a hostage, Sunny discovers a deep connect Pakistanis share with Indians -- Bollywood films.
Along with free overnight parking, water and electric hookups are often available, and, of course, suggestions on what to see and do in the area (especially helpful for those who are biding time until the parks reopen).
The centre-half chose the perfect time to open his account as it bailed out a manager who is engaged in an exercise of biding time until his reinforcements are ready to return - while attempting to keep his side winning.
Maybe they're just biding time until they can unleash their weapons of massdestruction.
These can be found in the city centre creches, or pubs as they are otherwise known, after 7pm, biding time until junior is bathed and in bed before they return to the nest.