CHIM


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CHIMCenter for Healthcare Information Management
CHIMCommunity Hospital-Based Internal Medicine
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His head, with piercing eyes, a straight nose, a chim cut like that of Brutus, had altogether an indefinable character of grandeur and grace.
Chim, from Bradburne Way in Birmingham and who identified himself as the restaurant owner, was given a 15-month jail term.
Banks) and the Sherman brothers, Disc One of The Legacy Collection Mary Poppins revisits unforgettable favorites such as "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious," "Chim Chim Cher-ee," "A Spoonful of Sugar" and "Jolly Holiday.
Julie Andrews won both the Golden Globe and the Best Actress Oscar for her performance as Mary and Chim Chim Cher-ee was named Best Song.
Gerda Taro will die crushed by a Spanish tank in 1937; Capa will fall in 1954 in Indochina, and Chim in the Suez Canal two years later.
Wai Chim is able to combine these strands admirably into what could become a children's classic.
Porphyry intrusion intersected at 1,046m is considered to be an apophysis (arm) of the major deep intrusion responsible for baking the Chim Formation
A statement issued by the organization Sunday said subscribers in Bekfaya, Kfaryassine, Byblos, Baalbek, Baabda, Souk al-Gharb, Chim and Chekka would begin to benefit from the upgrade by next Tuesday.
Small oilfields coming onstream at home included Te Giac Trang, an expanded Dai Hung and Chim Sao, Thuc said.
Chim Chimenee has quilled petals, almost like a cactus dahlia, and the new City strain (Berlin, Peking and Dublin) has proved to be very strong and healthy.
com, the Antiguan based branded venture capital operation, added: "I have known Chim for nearly 20 years so when he came to me with his Food and Beverage company idea and wanted to know if he could use Bodog as part of it I jumped at the opportunity to work with an old friend.
Chim Coat is a scientifically formulated flexible two-part epoxy chimney coating that will expand and contract with changing temperatures nearest to the surface.