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Ida British & World English

A mountain in central Crete, associated in classical times with the god Zeus. Rising to 2,456 m (8,058 ft), it is the highest peak on the island

IDA British & World English

International Development Association

IDA New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

International Development Association

International Development Association British & World English

An affiliate of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (World Bank) established in 1960 to provide assistance primarily in the poorer developing countries

IDA in International Development Association British & World English

An affiliate of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (World Bank) established in 1960 to provide assistance primarily in the poorer developing countries

Idaho New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

state of the north-western US

Lupino, Ida British & World English

(1918–95), US actress and director; born in England. She starred in They Drive by Night (1940), The Sea Wolf (1941), and The Big Knife (1955). Movies that she both acted in and directed include The Bigamist (1953)

Tarbell, Ida Minerva British & World English

(1857–1944), US writer. A leader of the muckraking movement, she was a writer for McClure’s magazine 1896–1904 and for American magazine 1906–15. Her books include the exposé The History of the Standard Oil Company (1904) and The Business of Being a Woman (1912)