What's the difference between i.e. and e.g.?
decayed, extraction indicated due to caries, or filled (used for deciduous teeth)
decayed, extraction indicated due to caries, or filled (used for permanent teeth)
[1983+ Black; origin uncertain; perhaps fr black English (Jamaican) pronunciation of death, where the semantics would resemble those of killer, murder, etc; certainly interpreted by many as a shortening of definite]