BIDI


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AcronymDefinition
BIDIBidirectional
BIDIBi-Directional
BIDIBut I Doubt It (Internet slang)
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It is hard to describe the severity of what we witnessed at Bidi Bidi.
Although bidi production and consumption may be declining, the full effects of the high number of bidis smoked from 1980 to 2010 will be felt from 2015 till at least 2050," according to the report.
It has been proven in a cohort study done on men using bidi cigarettes in Karunagappally, Kerala, India that "bidi smoking significantly increased oral cancer risk.
Hasiba bibi, Kharijun bibi, Shahida bibi, Shayara bibi all came into their hushand's home, learnt the trade and today full fledged workers in the bidi industry, contributing to their family income.
Of the 642 youths surveyed, 40% reported that they had smoked bidis at least once and 16% were current bidi smokers (defined as having smoked more than one bidi in the last 30 days).
A greater proportion of community respondents reported heavy and past-month bidi use than school respondents.
lt;/p><p>The new transceivers combine two Bi-Directional (BiDi) transceivers into one SFP module with two LC connectors, one for each BiDi transceiver.
THE Voluntary Health Association of India ( VHAI) has stated in a report that the people employed in the tobacco industry a" farmers, tendu leaf pluckers or bidi rollers a" earn little and face many occupational hazards and health risks.
Aspen Optics is launching an innovative BiDi GBIC to "Plug and Expand" fiber network.