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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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Michael Byde, aged 17, from Sutton Coldfield, whose father is a car spares dealer and whose mother is a systems analyst, said: "We are privileged to come here but it is on academic grounds.
Robin Byde, transport research analyst at Cantor Fitzgerald, said IAG was seeking to build on Aer Lingus's lucrative niche on transatlantic routes, which offers customs and immigration clearance in Dublin and Shannon for flights to the USA.
Cantor Fitzgerald analyst Robin Byde said the pressure on fares reported by Germany's Lufthansa was also being felt by Air France-KLM.
Women: 1 Jane 03-44.19, 2 3-51.20, 3 Suzetta 3-55.06, 4 Anna 5 Rosemary Byde choose the Snowman over the Barcelona Triathlon.
He is believed to have become mesmerised by kayaking after watching a pool demonstration by fellow kayaking pioneer Alan Byde. His passion for the subject went on from there.
Robin Byde, head of transport research at HSBC, said: oDubai World wants to broaden the appeal of the company among the investor base.
City analyst Robin Byde said: "The worst-case scenario is disruption of long haul and short haul flights.
Cantor Fitzgerald analyst Robin Byde said a slowdown in full-year earnings growth to around 13% looked likely, with big gains from allocated seating, aggressive rollout on Italy and France and its cost cutting plan likely to have already taken place.
Sheona Schofield 2:33:52, 2 Helen Pitt 2:35:18, 3 Rosemary Byde 2:38:00.