One answer would be that the id is according to Sigmund Freud the part of the psyche that we have at birth inherited from our parents and handed down in our genes. It consists… of instinctive drives and impulses as displayed by a small child that demands instant attention. (MORE)
The Ides of March .
The Ides of March - or March 15th - is known throughout history for being an ill-fated day. Julius Caesar was assassinated on this date in 44 B.C. Hist…orians have noted the likeliness that a soothsayer named Spurinna warned Caesar that danger would occur by the Ides of March. .
Of course, another famous reference to this date is when William Shakespeare included the phrase "Beware the ides of March" in his play Julius Caesar . Each Roman Lunar Calendar month had three fixed named days, but was otherwise lacking a Julian numbering system as we're familiar with today. .
Always the first day of the month. .
Always nine days before the Ides .
Long months (March, May, July and October) fell on seventh day of the month .
Other months, fell on fifth day of month .
Always the day of the full moon in the lunar month. .
Long months (March, May, July and October) fell on 15th day of the month (remember the Ides of March) .
Other months, fell on 13th day of month .
The ides were the 15th days of long months (including Martius, or March) in the ancient Roman lunar calendar; they were the 13th in other months. The word ides comes from the Latin word idus, which is possibly derived from an Etruscan word meaning "to divide." The ides were originally meant to mark the full Moon (the "halfway point" of a lunar month), but because the Roman calendar months and actual lunar months were of different lengths, they quickly got out of step. The ancient Romans considered the day after the kalends (first of the month), nones (ninth day before the ides, inclusive), or ides of any month as unfavorable. These were called dies atri. .
Dies Atri .
Dies atri - or "black days" - weren't marked on the Roman calendar because they always occurred the day after the Kalends, Nones and Ides of each month. As part of these days, nothing constituted as 'new' could be done; state cult festivals were not even held on these dates. .
Romans believed that the Kalends, Nones and Ides of each month (and the fourth day of each month) were unlucky days, similar to how we perceive Friday the Thirteenth in our day. It's not that there were any legal or religious prohibitions against activities on these simply unlucky days, and a nundina could have fallen on Nones quite easily. .
Also, Romans thought the month of May and the first half of June were terribly unlucky months to get married in. See the Related Links for the original reference information on this topic.. (MORE)
IDE=integrated development environment its a tool or application for debugging, compiling and souce code editing in easy way to programmer. VB has its own IDE called MS visual… studio 2010 (newer edition) created by Microsoft company . you can get a free version of it at: http://www.Microsoft.com/express/(MORE)
MAC ID is like a serial nr of your network card. On a windows system you can know what you're mac id is through START > RUN > type "cmd" without the quotes > type "…ipconfig /all" without the quotes. In the list you'll see the MAC ID is listed (sometimes it's called Physical Address instead of MAC ID). For each network card in your computer (usually only 1) there exists a MAC ID. (MORE)
Yes, most places will require that you have two forms of ID. Usually a photo ID such as a license, passport or School ID and something proving your citizenship a copy of your …birth certificate, adoption papers, social security card, etc. (MORE)
An Integrated Development Environment (IDE) refers to several software tools combined into a single program, or a group of programs that work together as if they were a si…ngle program. IDE's can also manage large programming projects where code may be spread out over many different files.(MORE)
The abbreviation "I.D." (identification) is also used as a vernacular verb "to identify". The "id" in psychiatry was a Freudian construct supposedly embodying all th…e "animal" and instinctive drives of the human mind, whereas the "ego" was his intellectual self-awareness. (MORE)
"Eclipse is a computer software platform that software programmers can use to load plug-ins into programming software like Java. IDE stands for ""integrated development enviro…nment"" and refers to the ability of Eclipse to integrate plug-ins into Java and to get these plug-ins to interact with one another in order to extend and enhance their functions." (MORE)