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DID

DID

(Direct Inward Dialing) The ability to make a telephone call to an internal telephone extension within an organization without having to go through an operator.
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No, governor,' returned Riderhood, in a cheerful, affable, and conversational manner, 'you did not tell me so.
And now he did look at Bradley, and with an evil eye.
If you had any part--I don't say what--in this attack,' pursued the boy; 'or if you know anything about it--I don't say how much--or if you know who did it--I go no closer--you did an injury to me that's never to be forgiven.
He was by when I rescued Nancy's cat, and did not quite approve of the deed.
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Was it all on the page, or did you bring a lot of your own ideas to the piece?
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We had our baseline in March when we did our first tracking poll.
She wouldn't let you do anything unless you did it absolutely right.