Ibidem

• (adv.) In the same place; -- abbreviated ibid. or ib.
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Ibidem

(Latin) literally in the same place; abbreviated in books and journals as ibid.; used in scholarly citation to indicate another citation from a directly previously cited source.
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Ibidem

I·bi'dem adverb [ Latin ] In the same place; -- abbreviated ibid. or ib.
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Ibidem

Ibidem is Latin for in the same place
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ibidem

ibidem; ibid., ib. In the same place [or book]. In books and articles with many references, a writer may mention several sources on the same page. To avoid the constant repetition of the name of the author and the title of the work quoted or cited, the writer saves space by using ibid., a shortcut for saying 'in the same book listed above'.
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ibidem

in the same place
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ibidem

Latin, meaning: in the same place, at the moment, in that matter.
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ibidem

The same, in the same place. ... (09 Jan 1998) ...
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