NIM


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AcronymDefinition
NIMNet Interest Margin
NIMNetwork Interface Module
NIMNetwork Installation Management
NIMNuclear Instruments and Methods (journal)
NIMNigerian Institute of Management (est. 1961)
NIMNetwork Installation Manager
NIMNuclear Instrument Module
NIMNuclear Instrumentation Module
NIMNetscape Instant Messenger
NIMNational Islamic Movement (Afghanistan)
NIMNetwork Infrastructure Management
NIMNo Internal Message (quick-note email, subject text only matters)
NIMNegative-Index Medium
NIMNumber of Instance Methods
NIMNetwork Interface Machine
NIMNational Instrumentation Methods
NIMNational Information Market
NIMNational Impact Model
NIMNORAD Intelligence Memorandum
NIMNuclear Incident Model
NIMNetpresence Indivirtual Media (internet company)
NIMNoninvertible Maps (operational research)
NIMNetwork Integration Manager
NIMNimbus Publishing Ltd (Canada)
NIMNational Implementation Measure (EU)
NIMNewport Internet Marketing Corp. (Seattle, WA)
NIMNational Institute of Meteorology (Tunisia)
NIMNet International Migration
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The statistical analysis compares counties with NIM clusters to counties with only one NIM (non-clustering counties); prior literature typically compared NIMs to their surrounding county (e.
OMGa[euro](tm)s chief executive Doug Pearce added that his company had enjoyed rapid organic growth but the acquisition of NIM would significantly expand OMGa[euro](tm)s digital capabilities, especially in the search space, and add breadth to the service offer.
His tenure at the more disciplined estate proved fruitful; by the end of his time there, Nim had learned approximately 125 sign languages, a reasonable result for the experiment that, nonetheless, was somewhat below Terrace's expectations.
Some scenes are eerily identical to Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes - Nim and Caesar looking out of a window beyond their own souls.
After efforts to free him, Nim was sent to an animal sanctuary in Texas, where he could be safe from abuse if not boredom, as its sole chimp.
Though Nim is clearly the film's focus, the human subjects prove far more revealing, with each guardian espousing a radically different approach to handling the chimp.
For students, the concept of the constant misconception occurring between Nim and Alex may cause slight confusion.
Little does Nim know the writer is actually a recluse (Foster) who lives in San Francisco, far from the tropical locations that she writes about.
Nim, justifiably asserting her independence, stays behind to hatch some sea turtles and will stay in touch with her dad (she usually calls him "Jack") by radio.
Nim is the star of the movie Nim's Island, which will open in theaters April 4.
The paper discusses the fates of the verb nim (OE niman) which began to be displaced in later Old English by its synonym ON take.