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gid

[gid]
(veterinary medicine)
A chronic brain disease of sheep, less frequently of cattle, characterized by forced movements of circling or rolling, caused by the larval form of the tapeworm Multiceps multiceps.

gid

(operating system)

gid

(filename extension)
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Meanwhile, the CIA continues intense intelligence cooperation; GID officials say they disrupted 45 terror plots outside the country last year, mostly in partnership with the agency.
In fact, because the GID model is based on constructivist learning principles, students must continually practice developing information literacy skills if they are to effectively construct their own knowledge (Maniotes & Cellucci, 2017).
GID Development Group just launched sales for its Waterline Square, the three-tower condominium mega-development on Manhattan's last remaining waterfront site.
Established in 2009 as a result of the GID process, the Ergneti and Gali Incident Prevention and Response Mechanisms (IPRM) provide a forum to discuss issues including the identification of potential risks, the follow-up of incidents and the exchange of information, as well as problems affecting the communities on a daily basis.
No differences in striatal [18F]DOPA uptake were observed between transplanted patients who did or did not develop GID [20, 23], suggesting that GID should not be caused by excessive growth of the grafted DA neurons, or abnormalities in striatal DA reinnervation.
The ADA should play a prominent role in this project because the ADA's GID exclusion is the moral case against transgender people.
According to the company, with its use of Dassault's CATIA collaborative design solutions, GID was able to take its BodyDock Cellphone Armor system from initial design to actual product in a few months.
Upon closing, EGM will change its name to GID International Inc and file for a new trading symbol.
Camp Gid D Up is a free summer camp for disenfranchised inner-city and at-risk youth, founded as a promise at a peace conference to the late Coretta King and Ambassador Andrew Young to bring harmony to the community after the youth gang riots of 1992.
GID is listed in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (6) (DSM-IV-TR); its severity is ranked as mild, moderate, or severe.
Hollyoaks series producer Paul Marquess said: "I am proud Hollyoaks is able to tackle the issue of GID and the effect the condition has on the families.
People with GID feel like they have been born the wrong gender.