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  • PID wanted to say something to his crew, but wasn't sure how to put it.

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  • Ilg located an atomic power source, and fed the data to PID.

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  • There was nothing to be done until morning, so PID began to make plans.

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  • And evidently, the Men were skilled at detecting invaders, PID thought.

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  • PID spent a restless night, thinking of ships, and wishing he were flying one.

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  • "We can't wait any longer," PID said, and they started through the woods.

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  • PID wondered if Ilg had tried to get through the gates on his own.

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  • Evidently, PID thought, it had been a long time since Men had been Hunters.

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  • Besides, it was dangerous, now that PID thought it over, as well as distasteful.

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  • BicusPID, bī-kus′PID, adj. having two cusps: a pre-molar tooth.

British Dictionary definitions for PID

PID

abbreviation
1.
pelvic inflammatory disease
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PID in Medicine

PID abbr.
pelvic inflammatory disease

The American Heritage® Stedman's Medical Dictionary
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