JIMES

AcronymDefinition
JIMESJoint Interoperability Modular Evaluation System (USAF)
References in periodicals archive ?
In the regard, Jimes (1993) indicates coaches and athletes confirm that the psychological skills that reflect the mental toughness contribute by at least 50% in the achievement of sporting achievement.
The limes stay fresh long after their bulk and bagged counterparts due to a packaging material made from plastic, combined with the volume of Jimes and the respiration rate within the cartons, which creates an optimum atmosphere for storing limes and ensuring Beer Lime stays as plump and delicious as the day it was purchased, add officials.
Their goal, which is in the works, is to establish their own Jordanian Institute for Multicultural and Educational Studies (JIMES).
Walsall have made contingency plans for first-choice goalkeeper James Walker incurring a suspension before the end of the season by signing Canada's Olympic keeper Jimes Larkin, writes ADRIAN MILLEDGE.