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I,

9th letter of the alphabetalphabet
[Gr. alpha-beta, like Eng. ABC], system of writing, theoretically having a one-for-one relation between character (or letter) and phoneme (see phonetics). Few alphabets have achieved the ideal exactness.
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. This vowel can be pronounced with a short vowel sound, as the ĭ in sit, or with a long vowel sound, like the ī in ride. The Greek correspondent is iota. J is a formal development from I. English is pronounced as a diphthong of ä and y. In chemistry I is the symbol of the element iodineiodine
[Gr.,=violet], nonmetallic chemical element; symbol I; at. no. 53; at. wt. 126.90447; m.p. 113.5°C;; b.p. 184.35°C;; sp. gr. 4.93 at 20°C;; valence −1, +1, +3, +5, or +7.
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i

(1) A prefix for technical terms that may connote Apple's iDevices (see definition #3 below), the Internet or information.

(2) See IBM i.

(3) A brand prefix on Apple's mobile products (iPod, iPhone, iPad), as well as third-party accessories; for example, Apple docks are called "i-docks." Sometimes, the "i" is used creatively such as "i-whatever" when referring to Apple devices. See iDevice.


"i" Products
iWalk and iLuv products are Apple-certified accessories. iClean is Monster Cable's brand of screen cleaner, and iHome speakers and earphones are made by SDI Technologies. For more information, visit www.iwalk.net, www.iluv.com, www.monstercable.com and www.ihomeaudio.com.


"i" Products
iWalk and iLuv products are Apple-certified accessories. iClean is Monster Cable's brand of screen cleaner, and iHome speakers and earphones are made by SDI Technologies. For more information, visit www.iwalk.net, www.iluv.com, www.monstercable.com and www.ihomeaudio.com.


"i" Products
iWalk and iLuv products are Apple-certified accessories. iClean is Monster Cable's brand of screen cleaner, and iHome speakers and earphones are made by SDI Technologies. For more information, visit www.iwalk.net, www.iluv.com, www.monstercable.com and www.ihomeaudio.com.
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As Demacopoulos shows, that holds true even for Gregory I's brief stint in the office of praefectus urbi, where he was responsible for such "secular" tasks as care for the poor, supervision of legal suits, and maintaining public order.
Baby I's gran said: "I would like to thank the judge for his time and consideration.
AREF I's flexible strategy positions us to perform well as we progress through the cycle.
Dowland later became one of King James I's personal musicians, playing at his funeral in 1626 before his own death in the same year.
However, if the brokerage account still had $25,000 of I's money in it, he would be entitled to deduct $75,000 ($100,000 adjusted basis--$25,000 restitution payment).
Conwy Castle - one of Edward I's best known fortifications in North Wales - is now a major tourist attraction
The reign of the domesticated Elizabeth II shapes the 1950s narratives of Elizabeth I's yearnings for marriage and motherhood, while later, liberated generations make her the model for female achievement (263).
In a number of places where he deems it appropriate, he will indicate the precise point that is in question and often appends comments noting al-Jubba i's agreement or disagreement with various earlier authorities regarding one or another point, philological, historical, juridical, or whatever.
The ceremony included various entertainment activities and the honoring of a number of I's employees and retirees, and a raffle draw on a number of prizes.
Approximately 90% of I's 4,000 existing policies were as signed to his successor.
The group that would be hurt by such a proposal are the office buildings," he said, "so we are watching that and while we would like to see the help to Class II, I don't know why you have to help the Class I's," he added, referring to the preferential treatment they have been given over the last 14 years in holding down taxes.
Although English religious culture was not notably static in the Middle Ages, despite arguments to the contrary, it is true that the choices open to those reared in Elizabeth I's reign were dramatically different from those available to men and women who had already reached adulthood before Henry VIII's break from Rome or who directly experienced the confessional and institutional turmoil of the middle decades of the sixteenth century.