BID

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AcronymDefinition
BIDBis In Die (Latin: Twice A Day)
BIDBusiness Improvement District
BIDBreak(ing) It Down
BIDBugtraq ID (software vulnerability tracking)
BIDBanco Interamericano de Desarrollo (Spanish: Inter-American Development Bank; Washington, DC)
BIDBanco Interamericano de Desenvolvimento (Portuguese: Inter-American Development Bank; Washington, DC)
BIDBeth Israel Deaconess (Boston hospital)
BIDBurn It Down (band)
BIDBanque Interaméricaine de Développement (French: Inter-American Development Bank; est. 1959; Washington, DC)
BIDBanque Islamique de Développement (French: Islamic Development Bank; est. 1975; Saudi Arabia)
BIDBackground Information Document
BIDBusiness Initiative Directions (Spain)
BIDBusiness Identification
BIDBlackICE Defender (Network ICE Corporation security software)
BIDBrought in Dead (medical)
BIDBachelor of Industrial Design
BIDBuilt-In Diagnostics
BIDBureau of Immigration and Deportation (Philippines)
BIDBibliothek & Information Deutschland
BIDBachelor of Interior Design
BIDBid Issue Date
BIDBuoyancy Induced Dispersion
BIDBilling Identifier
BIDBalance Identification
BIDBlow-In Door
BIDBlock Interconnect Diagrams
BIDBlock Interaction Diagram (ITU-T)
BIDBeginning of Intensive Disintegration
BIDBusiness Integrated Division
BIDBilling & Invoice Development
BIDBetterment Improvement District
BIDBellevue Index of Depression
BIDBrazilian Infantry Division
BIDBroker Insurance Document (UK)
BIDBulk Image Downloader (software)
BIDBuilding Inspection Division (various locations)
References in classic literature ?
O my brethren, break up, break up for me the old tables!
And now having got so far, my master went on to break me to harness; there were more new things to wear.
While they were busy stripping the armour from these heroes, the youths who were led on by Polydamas and Hector (and these were the greater part and the most valiant of those that were trying to break through the wall and fire the ships) were still standing by the trench, uncertain what they should do; for they had seen a sign from heaven when they had essayed to cross it--a soaring eagle that flew skirting the left wing of their host, with a monstrous blood-red snake in its talons still alive and struggling to escape.
This was the pride of Dave as wheel-dog, of Sol-leks as he pulled with all his strength; the pride that laid hold of them at break of camp, transforming them from sour and sullen brutes into straining, eager, ambitious creatures; the pride that spurred them on all day and dropped them at pitch of camp at night, letting them fall back into gloomy unrest and uncontent.
Wherefore, ye also mean that when he saith none can break the spell --"
When they perceived in him signs of exhaustion, and he could no longer be provoked to make battle, they would dismount from their horses, approach him in the rear, and seizing him by the tail, jerk him from side to side, and drag him backward; until the frantic animal, gathering fresh strength from fury, would break from them, and rush, with flashing eyes and a hoarse bellowing, upon any enemy in sight; but in a little while, his transient excitement at an end, would pitch headlong on the ground, and expire.
It is the policeman in all our hearts, set there to watch that we do not break its laws.
The time came when Kama was unable to go in the lead and break trail, and it was a proof that he was far gone when he permitted Daylight to toil all day at the heavy snowshoe work.
The referee clutched each by the shoulder and sundered them violently, passing quickly between them as he thrust them backward in order to make a clean break of it.
There, in the back street he found one, the Break of Day.
Harling and Tony break the ground and plant the garden, dig around the orchard trees, tie up vines and clip the hedges.
There is indeed only one law of beauty on which we may rely,--that it invariably breaks all the laws laid down for it by the professors of aesthetics.