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ID

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for INDONESIA.

ID

A paper verifying a person's identity. Examples of IDs include birth certificates, passports, driver's licenses and government-issued cards. Some IDs may be issued by an organization other than a government, such as a school or workplace, but these IDs ordinarily are not accepted as authoritative.
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Navigating the long-term care maze in Idaho starts with getting the right information, this guide helps people do just that," added Wordelman.
One successful partnership with Wal-Mart is a two-week promotion of all Idaho produce held each year in September, which is peak season for Idaho fruits and vegetables.
Idaho had earlier drafts that were about Hollywood Boulevard rather than Portland [Ore.
Photo: (1--color) Rafting down the Salmon River in Idaho can turn into a family adventure with a few thrills and chills.
The IPC was originally founded on May 10, 1937, as the Idaho Fruit & Vegetable Advertising Commission during the latter stages of the Great Depression.
Having witnessed what informed Birchers in Idaho and elsewhere accomplished, he told us: THE NEW AMERICAN, and the national chapters of the John Birch Society, have for many years opposed the calling of a modern constitutional convention, no matter how compelling the pretext.
It wasn't until the third game that Idaho State really challenged the Matadors, as it took a 6-0 lead on two service aces by Penny Sneddon and two kills by Betsy Flennikan, who had a match-high 14 kills.
Idaho Power holds franchises in 71 cities in Idaho and nine cities in Oregon and holds certificates from the respective public utility regulatory authorities to serve all or a portion of 24 counties in Idaho and three counties in eastern Oregon.
Idaho Falls will be the second city in Idaho served by Northwest and its Airlink partners, complementing existing daily service between Boise and Minneapolis/St.
Yellowstone's eruptions are among the largest documented by researchers anywhere, said Dennis Geist, associate professor of geology at the University of Idaho, ``and another one would produce absolute annihilation within 100 miles.
More specifically the network investments made last year in Idaho are delivering:
BIO Idaho will join a growing number of dedicated bioscience associations that make up the Council of State Bioscience Associations (CSBA) within BIO," said Patrick Kelly, BIO's vice president of state government relations.