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AcronymDefinition
DIMDimanche (French: Sunday)
DIMDimension
DIMDiminished (Chord; Music)
DIMDiminutive
DIMDiindolylmethane
DIMDiminuendo (Music, Gradual Decrease of Tone)
DIMDigital Identity Management (Workshop)
DIMDays in Milk
DIMDi-Indole Methane
DIMDeportivo Independiente Medellín (Colombia soccer club)
DIMDrop-In Module
DIMDevice Interface Module
DIMDirector of Information Management
DIMData Input Module
DIMDigital Interface Module
DIMDigital Image Model
DIMDirectorate of Information Management
DIMDial In Modem
DIMData Interpretation Module
DIMDetection Identification & Monitoring
DIMDash Integration Module (General Motors)
DIMDefense Information Management
DIMDiatomics-In-Molecule
DIMDiffuse Iris Melanoma (eye tumor)
DIMDocument Imaging Management system
DIMData Input Message
DIMDealer Installed Memory
DIMDiscrete Interface Module
DIMDigital Interface Monitor
DIMDouble Interpolation Method
DIMDesign Independent Model
DIMDistrict Industrial Manager
DIMData in the Midddle
DIMDynamically Inert Missile
DIMDistributed Isolated Media
DIMData Interchange Monitor
DIMDescription, Installation, and Maintenance
DIMDead, Injured, Missing
DIMDynamic Interrupt Mode
DIMDistance-Increasing Mapping
DIMDiffusion Internationale du Meuble (French: Diffusion International Furniture)
DIMDust Impact Monitor (astronomy)
DIMDiffusion d'Instruments de Mesure (French: Dissemination of Measuring Instruments)
DIMDépartement d'Information Médicale (French: Department of Medical Information)
DIMDialogue Interreligieux Monastique (French: Monastic Interreligious Dialogue)
DIMDomaines d'Intérêt Majeur (French: Areas of Major Interest)
DIMDépartement de l'Intérieur et de la Mobilité (French: Department of the Interior and Mobility; Switzerland)
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Diminished ovarian reserve, defined by a baseline serum follicle-stimulating hormone level greater than 10 mIU/mL, was present in 70 subjects.
Since no other countries will soon possess the combination of influence, willingness, and experience needed to guide the WTO process, the diminished leadership capacities of the United States and European Union will be the only ones available.
With a diminished work force, a key issue will be to identify critical functions and individuals, and crosstrain personnel to ensure that those functions can be fulfilled.
Forty-three states allow insurers to exclude coverage of diminished value through language in their policy forms.
the appellate court held that the trial court erred in granting Meridian's motion to dismiss Allgood's claim for damages for failure to pay for diminished value.
On the contrary, Western policies have too often diminished freedoms and undermined democracies in countries around the world.
Kennedy once said, "(America) was founded on the principle that all men are created equal, and that the rights of every man are diminished when the rights of one man are threatened.
The usefulness of the book for students who are not familiar with the works is thus diminished.
The TOS group had higher incidences of muscle cramps and spasms; abnormal sensations such as numbness, burning, and paresthesias; loss of strength; diminished sensitivity to stimulus (hypoesthesias); poor coordination; headache; sleep disturbances; and memory loss.
Unless the electricity is generated from clean, renewable sources such as direct solar, wind power or bit-fuels, the advantages of electric vehicles are diminished proportionally, hybrid electric vehicles that charge their own batteries, like the Honda Insight and Toyota Prius, are unquestionably more efficient than conventional cars and a major step in the right direction.
DIMINISHED DEMOCRACY: From Membership to Management in American Civic Life by Theda Skocpol University of Oklahoma Press, $29.
When a resident has diminished cognitive functions, the request for sexual expression with others becomes more problematic.