GIMI

AcronymDefinition
GIMIGlobal Imaging Monitor of the Ionosphere (space)
GIMIGraduate Institute of Medical Informatics (Taiwan)
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In FLNG, Hilli Episeyo maintained 100% commercial uptime, while the Gimi conversion project continues to budget and schedule.
GIMI's president, who served as a captain in the Israel Defense Forces, had been teaching economics at Haifa University when he approached school faculty members and administrators with a proposal to start management training there.
Gimi James Waraga was arrested last Thursday for campaigning for Mr.
Karuna Gauchan and Gimi Gurung won the girls and boys U-9 category respectively.
Moving between New York and New Guinea, in real and metaphorical terms, she describes the varied ways in which culture and environment are constructed by the Gimi people of Maimafu village, and by the western conservationists who initiated the Crater Mountain project during the early 1980s.
The 21-year-old, who is based with Gary Moore in Sussex, makes his debut as a conditional on the trainer's Gimi Bed in the Flahive Brickwork Conditional Jockeys' Handicap Chase.
OH BROTHER: Hakan Yakin celebrates Basel's second goal with the scorer, his brother Murat Yakin, right PICTURES: Craig Halkett; RAT-TLED: Murat Yakin rises above the Celts defence to head home past Douglas; GIMI FIVE: Giminez, left, and Mario Cantaluppi celebrate Basel's first goal; SWISS-ED CHANCE: O'Neill rues his side's Champions League exit
Por solicitud de EP5A, el Grupo de Investigacion en Mejoramiento Industrial GIMI de la actual Escuela de Ingenieria Mecanica de la Facultad de Ingenieria de la Universidad del Valle realizo el analisis teorico y experimental para determinar las causas de las fallas de las uniones por tornillo de las bridas en el cono de descarga de la turbina de una de las unidades de 90 MW de la Central Hidroelectrica de Salvajina.
Among the Gimi in the highlands of New Guinea, Gillison and Gillison "found a community still living in a Stone Age culture," (1977:126) Travel for the scientific study of primitive Melanesians is ultimately based on evolutionary stages, seeking out remnant cultural survivals.
(11) Gillian Gillison, "Symbolic Homosexuality and Cultural Theory: The Unconscious Meaning of Sister Exchange among the Gimi of Highland New Guinea," in Anthropology and Psychoanalysis: An Encounter through Culture, eds.