RID may refer to:
- Router ID
- International Rule for Transport of Dangerous Substances by Railway
- Isaiah ben Mali di Trani (the Elder)
- Refractive index detector, a type of chromatography detector
- Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf
- Relative ID
- Retrieve Information for Display
- Royal Institute Dictionary, a prescriptive dictionary of Thailand
- Radial immunodiffusion, a scientific technique for measuring the quantity of an antigen.
- Victorian Railways Investigation Division, Melbourne, Australia see Victoria Transit Patrol
RiD may refer to:
- Rivista Italiana Difesa, an Italian magazine related to military and geo-strategic issues
- Robots in Disguise, an English, electro band
- Transformers: Robots in Disguise, a 2001 American Transformers line of toys and cartoon series
Rid may refer to:
- Rid, brand of pediculicide
Other articles related to "rid, rids":
... compression) and the list of Row Identifiers (RID-list) ... is low, each leaf node of the B-tree would contain long list of RIDs ... In this case, it requires less space to represent the RID-lists as bitmaps ...
... "Rid of You" is the tenth single by Natalia ... So, the recordings of the new album couldn't take place and Rid of You couldn't get any promotion ...
... with them because we thought that getting rid of the old bosses we would become the new bosses ... First they used us to get rid of the old bosses, then they got rid of all those who raised their heads, like Giuseppe Greco 'the Shoe', Mario Prestifilippo ...
... Rivista Italiana Difesa (or RID) is an Italian military magazine published by Coop ... RID claims to be from the start the best Italian magazine in this field of interest ... The covers were originally with full photos, but from 1990 RID has a white cover with one smaller photo and a resume of the items in every number printed ...
Famous quotes containing the word rid:
“War can only be abolished through war, and in order to get rid of the gun it is necessary to take up the gun.”
—Mao Zedong (18931976)
“Life ... is not simply a series of exciting new ventures. The future is not always a whole new ball game. There tends to be unfinished business. One trails all sorts of things around with one, things that simply wont be got rid of.”
—Anita Brookner (b. 1928)
“Will no one rid me of this turbulent priest?”
—Henry II, King (11331189)