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What does ID stand for?

ID stands for Incremental Development

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Its objections seem to have been endorsed by sections of the media, which assumes the court has given an edict against incremental development of medicines.
Dealing with business uncertainties, especially those linked to future oil and gas demand and pricing; increasing environmental awareness and thus environmental control and constraints; managing cost and risk attached to the incremental development barrels, which will be progressively higher than current levels; developing new financing models to encourage the participation of the public and so on are some of the other challenges.
Dealing with business uncertainties, especially those linked to future oil and gas demand and pricing; increasing environmental awareness and thus environmental control and constraints; managing cost and risk attached to the incremental development barrels, which will be progressively higher than current levels; developing new financing models to encourage the participation of the public and so on are some of the other challenges.
Mark Stephens, head of media at London law firm Finers Stephens Innocent, told the Daily Telegraph website after the judgement that it highlights "the incremental development of privacy law" and would "clamp the rest of the investigative media -- the legitimate investigative media -- in chains".
Mark Stephens, head of media at London law firm Finers Stephens Innocent, told the Daily Telegraph website after the judgement that it highlights "the incremental development of privacy law" and would "clamp the rest of the investigative media -- the legitimate investigative media -- in chains".
In a letter to the council, NWT says: "Individual applications such as this may appear relatively harmless, but incremental development in such woodlands can eventually cause the loss of the site.