IDIN


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IDIN

International Development Information Network. A network that maintains information on international development projects related to research and training. It also tracks experts in various fields within international development so relevant organizations can be made aware of them. IDIN is maintained by the Development Research Institute in the Netherlands.
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The development center of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation & Development (OECD), based in Paris, acts as the technical arm of IDIN, ICCDA, and helps them finalise strategies for better access and use.
Some information services, like IDIN for example, are entirely free.
These three were brothers, sons of Orang Kaya Pemancha, the second wazir, and another three sons of the private secretary to the Sultan, Datu Ibrahim Ja'afar, Pehin Isa (General Adviser now to the Sultan), his elder brother Annuar and another elder brother, Idin, and also the son of the Orang Kaya di-Gadong, Awang Hussain, who is now Pehin Hussain, Director-General of the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports in Brunei.
According to Idin Asmitha, executive sous chef, Eastern Mangroves Hotel & Spa by Anantara: "Liquid milk consumption at hotel has dropped but a rising demand for drinking yoghurt and cheeses (particularly low fat cheeses) have developed."
Testen further suggests that the imperative of I-n verbs in Akkadian reflects the same syllabification as in the N-stem, that is *ndin > idin; Testen 1998a: 132.