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Examples from the Web for ibid
(“No human being”) E.R., “How to Take Criticism,” Ladies Home Journal, Nov., 1944, ibid, p. 31.
(“Someone wrote me”) E.R. Press Conference Jan. 31, 1939; ibid, p. 85.
(“I have no way”) E.R. Press Conference Jan. 31, 1939; ibid, p. 85-6.
Daniel Silver, a terrific young London sculptor, was in and out of his gallery, Ibid Projects.The Coolest Works at Frieze
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It was liked when the Condottieri invested their money in Venice, ibid.The Civilisation of the Renaissance in Italy
He was present at the translation of the body of St. Francis in 1230; ibid.
A letter from Adam to Senchia, Richards wife, is extant, ibid.
"You see that the heavens are not idle, nor do they observe the Sabbath" (Ibid, chap, xxiii).
"The observance neither of the Sabbath nor of any other day is necessary" (Ibid).
Latin: in the same place
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Word Origin and History for ibid
also ibid, 1660s, abbreviation of Latin ibidem "in the same place," from ibi "there," pronomial adverb of place, + demonstrative suffix -dem.
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