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NAID
NAID is an acronym which may refer to:
  • In medicine, Non-Anemic Iron Deficiency
  • North American International Demoparty, a demoscene party in Quebec, Canada
  • NAID, an Association of Defence Communities (NAID/ADC)
  • Network Array of Inexpensive Disks (see also RAID)
  • NAID, National Association for Information Destruction

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Martin Landquist
Martin Landquist is a Swedish music producer, recording artist, remixer and songwriter working under the name Nåid. He has produced albums for artists such as a-haJay-Jay JohansonLinda Sundblad and Kent, and has remixed tracks for artists including The Cardigans. He is also a member of the bands Peking Laundry with Martin Sköld from Kent and Snowracer with Dregen from Backyard BabiesAmir Chamdin from Infinite Mass and Brady Blade.

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naid
\na"id\ (?), n. [see naiad.] (zo?l.) any one of numerous species of small, fresh-water, ch?topod annelids of the tribe naidina. they belong to the oligoch?ta.



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(n.)
Any one of numerous species of small, fresh-water, chaetopod annelids of the tribe Naidina. They belong to the Oligochaeta.
  

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Naid
Naid = n. a refuge; a jump


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