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SID

(1) (Society for Information Display, Santa Ana, CA, www.sid.org) A membership organization founded in 1962 devoted to the information display industry. With chapters around the world, SID hosts conferences in the U.S. and abroad and publishes a monthly magazine. By 2004, the society was 6000 members strong.

(2) (Security ID) In Windows, a unique name assigned to each user and to each workgroup. See access token.

(3) (System ID) A unique number assigned to a wireless system. See NID.
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He was clearly enjoying the attention Sid was showering.
He was a mate of my grandad, Dixie, who would take me all round to watch games and Sid would always be there," Baines said.
She added: "The owner is a local sheep farmer and Sid is one of his working dogs.
Key features of Sid Meier's Civilization: Beyond Earth include:
The book is full of expressions of randy male libido, counterbalanced with unexpected and moving moments of same-sex intimacy, as when Warsaw asks his friend to shave his back or Sid reminisces of awkward moments when his now-deceased grandfather used to kiss his teenage cheek.
Sid, who played Ricky in the BBC1 soap on and off from 1988 until last year, was pictured laughing with stunning Maria at trendy Le Petit Four restaurant, West Hollywood.
Sid, who played Ricky in the BBC1 soap on and off from 1988 until last year, was also pictured with stunning Swedish TV host Maria Christina at a restaurant in Hollywood this week.
I knew Sid for 40 years and sat at his right hand in the commentary box for nearly 20 of them.
Sid walked ahead and wondered how they could give this up.
We reported at the time how Sid passed away only 15 minutes into the show watched by hundreds.