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How to use PID in a sentence
His shield was also inlaid with gold and ivory, and on it was a picture of Cu´pid throwing the thunderbolts of Jove (Zeus).The Story of the Greeks|H. A. Guerber
Al-ice could see quite well that the ju-rors all wrote down "stu-pid things!"Alice in Wonderland|J.C. Gorham
Unicuspid, ū-ni-kus′pid, adj. having but one cusp, as an incisor or canine tooth.
Besides, it was dangerous, now that Pid thought it over, as well as distasteful.
There was nothing to be done until morning, so Pid began to make plans.
British Dictionary definitions for PID
pelvic inflammatory disease
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