One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Used in citations to indicate an author or word that has just been mentioned.‘Marianne Elliott, Partners in Revolution, 1982; idem, Wolfe Tone, 1989’
- ‘S. B. Chrimes; idem, The Governance of England: Otherwise Called the Difference between an Absolute and a Limited Monarchy, ed.’
- ‘Richard Taruskin: Stravinsky and the Russian traditions: a biography of the works through Mavra (Oxford, 1996); idem: Defining Russia musically: historical and hermeneutical essays (Princeton, 1997).’
- ‘See Gerald A. McCool, SJ, From Unity to Pluralism: The Internal Evolution of Thomism; and idem, The Neo-Thomists.’
Latin, ‘the same’.
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