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IDA — abbreviation International Development Association … New Collegiate Dictionary
Ida — geographical name see Ídhi … New Collegiate Dictionary
Ida Rentoul Outhwaite — (June 9, 1888 ndash; 1960) was an Australian illustrator of children s books. Her work mostly depicted fairies.As a young lady she attended Presbyterian Ladies College, Melbourne.Outhwaite worked predominantly with pen and ink, and watercolour.… … Wikipedia
Ida, Mount — geographical name see Kaz Dagi … New Collegiate Dictionary
243 Ida — Galileo image of 243 Ida. The tiny dot to the right is its moon, Dactyl. Discovery and designation … Wikipedia
Mount Ida — geographical name see Kaz Dagi … New Collegiate Dictionary
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William McKinley — This article is about the 25th President of the United States. For other people with the same name, see William McKinley (disambiguation). William McKinley 25th President of the United States In office … Wikipedia