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AcronymDefinition
IOne (Roman numeral)
IInterest
IIncomplete (school)
IItalic
IInformation
IInternet
ICurrent (electronics)
IInternational
IIsland
IIndustry
IIncluded (lowest quality of diamond)
IInvestment (economics)
IIndia
IItaly (International Auto Identification)
IInteractive
IIndependent
IImmediate (precedence level)
IIn Phase
IIndustries
IInventory (TOC)
IIndoor
IInstructor (Boy Scouts of America)
IInspection
IIncorporated
IIntermediate
IInformative
IInterstate (highway)
IImmigration
IInjection
IIndicator
IImagery (often associated with satellite remote sensing)
IIncrement (Bit)
IIodine
IInterpolated
IInterlaced
IInterlacing
IIntercot (Disney)
IIonisierungsenergie (German)
IIntensitie (French: Electrical Current)
IFederal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, Minnesota (designates original point of circulation of a dollar bill)
iImaginary number; the square root of -1
IIntrapictures
IIsoleucine (amino acid)
IInput
IInstructional
IInertial
References in classic literature ?
In fact, the prisoner was anything but a profitable investment for M.
His idea of investment was the stocking; he bribed his brother not to keep the offer open.
The business was established and had old roots; is it not one thing to set up a new gin-palace and another to accept an investment in an old one?
And now, that day, all the long hours that I had put into careful study, practice and training brought me in two or three minutes a full return upon my investment.
which, as nobody will deny, was a very handsome investment.
Three more years and the plantation would be a splendid-paying investment.
Legitimate investment had no place in Daylight's play.
Would it not be a paying investment to put stamps on the huge pile of manuscripts under the table and start them on their travels again?
You lose your investment, and, if you don't know your business, maybe your life.
She snapped her fingers to express her contempt for security of investment at three per cent.
A little farther along he came to a bridge across an imaginary stream, where a Civil Engineer (who had built the bridge) demanded something for interest on his investment, and it was forthcoming.
He had reached the limit of profitable investment of profits in the oil industry.