NO B.I.D. means twice per day. Your doctor has requested you take you medicine twice a day.
He means that he is much better than you!
If you mean that when a person is calling you it says "restricted" that means that a private number is calling you. To say your own number is restricted, put in *67. Hope this helps!
in roman it says 102
Yes, to both questions.
Do you mean" what does it mean when a boy says why do you like him and not me" if so he just wants to know the difference between him and the other guy
Yes lol Who asked for ur number then??!!
The 5th Amendment says you can't be tried twice for the same crime. It is referred to as "double jeapordy."
this does mean they want it for there own use
ask the 1 who says i love you twice..and make he swear about this..
It means that number is not assigned to a phone. No one is using that number. If they were, they didn't pay their bill.
It says that in your molecule, the element in front of the little 2 occur twice. So in CO2, a carbon-atom occurs once, and the oxygen-atom occurs twice.
I searched for this and came across is on www.urbandictionary.com it says that twict is southern for twice. I'm not quite sure but it's the best i could find.
It means exactly what it says: divide a whole number by a rational fraction.
Yes, if the anesthesiologist says it is ok.
Section 24 of the Constitution says that the Reps shall have as near as is practical, twice the number of Senators.
when she says what?
It means he wants you, but he has a girlfriend.
Lady Gaga says it twice, and the word is "cock".
Some number 2nd answereer says: Well, "a" number could be "any" number, just like the "any key" on the keyboard: I'm still looking for it. "The" number is a specific number, which in this example remains unspecified.
YES. Not a big difference, but there is a difference. When someone says, "love you." They mean it playfully. Like, love ya. Like your saying it to your best friend or something along those lines... When someone says, "I love you," it means they actually love you. They can't stop thinking about you. Yanno?
Twice a day it says on the packaging
The phrase "omit number" is usually accompanied with instructions for a task. For example if it says to "omit number 5" it is instructing not to complete exercise number 5.
That may be a typo. BID means twice daily. They should write out "twice daily" instead of printing BID on the label. If you are still unsure, you should ask your doctor or pharmacist.