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BID

A gene on chromosome 22q11.1, which encodes a member of the BCL-2 family of cell death regulators. BID heterodimerises with either agonist BAX or antagonist BCL2. Caspase-8 cleaves BID, mediating mitochondrial damage when the COOH-terminal part translocates to mitochondria, triggering cytochrome c release.
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bis in di·e

, bid (bis in dē'ā)
Twice a day.
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bid

Abbreviation for bis in die.
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"Telephone bidding is another way to participate during the live sale by having a representative from AlBahie call you when your lot is up for bidding.
In a press conference on Tuesday, Comelec Chair Andres Bautista said the commission was exploring all options available to them following the failed bidding for the repair and refurbishment of the PCOS machines.
The last two costs are modified based on a simple hierarchy defining four possible levels of difficulty regarding the information that is known when bidding. Similarly, a mixed integer programming model was developed for outsourcing of information systems (Nam, Chaudhury & Rao, 1995).
To understand the bidding behavior that the proxy bidding system elicits, it will help to first consider how different the auction would be if instead of informing all bidders about the bid history at each point of time during the auction, the auction were a second-price sealed-bid auction (in which nobody is informed about the proxy bids of other bidders until the auction is over).
No money dated after the day bidding closes for any given prize will be accepted.
By the second measure, the auction can be a private affair with sealed bids opened by the auctioneer, or it can be conducted in real time, with participants in a single room or connected by phone bidding in public.
The sale of the national icon, dubbed the flying kangaroo, has stirred national sentiment and reached the highest levels of Australian politics, prompting the bidding group to stress that the airline would remain majority Australian owned.
Kalikow added, "If other developers are interested in bidding, they too must comply with the same ground rules contained in the bid documents."
Simply decide which prize you would like to bid for and how much cash you'd like to bid, then phone the bidding hotline number printed next to that prize.
Although this system can facilitate the submission of electronic bids, it is not designed to handle the last-minute rush of large competitive bids that, in fact, make up the bulk of the dollar volume of auction bidding. Moreover, Fedline does not have an automated backup system.
Unions wary of proposed merger: While US Airways, now bidding to take over Delta, has won high marks from investors for its efforts to integrate with America West, union reaction has been less than enthusiastic.