Although raw product (I.E. un-renovated houses) is scarce, business is good again for area developers.
The judges appear to have done their best to find a good-taste beauty queen (I.E., not the biggest breast augmentation).
There are things you can do (I.E., buy) today,” he told me, “that are just easier to do.
abbreviation of Latin id est, literally "that is;" used in English in the sense of "that is to say."