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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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Coyote 585M traveled approximately 280 km until he established two biding areas south of Greenville, NC (Fig.
Last Date for Sale of Biding Document - : Before the Closing Hours of 09.
His debut CD, OLD FRIENDS, will be in stores July 27, but the humble singer is not biding his time.
No physical presence of purchaser is required for biding.
Now, more than 200 of them - mostly parents with young children - are just biding their time until they see where life takes them next.
Dennis believes the market has just been biding its time for an economic recovery to begin.
The reason why the ladies of Terry Lawrence's ``Rosenstrasse'' are biding their time outside a de facto Jewish center in 1943 are certainly intriguing, even alarming.
In biding time, the Company has pragmatically aligned itself with (or acquired) third parties.
But Murray's match to the role is ideal when the locked-out cat gets a case of the blues and warbles, ``I'm in a New Dog State of Mind'' and later still, when biding his time in Animal Control lockdown, he sings ``Swing Low, Sweet Chariot.
This was done in accordance with the biding procedures as established by the U.
Little did the team know someone even better was already in the program biding his time.
While many large corporate clients are biding their wireless time, Air2Web has proven themselves to one of the world's largest and most successful companies.