MEIM

AcronymDefinition
MEIMMultigroup Ethnic Identity Measure
MEIMMaster of Entertainment Industry Management (Carnegie Mellon University)
MEIMMagnetic Electric Impulse Motor (Glip Generation Corporation)
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GE will join forces with MEIM, Saudi Aramco, Dussur, and Ma'aden to elevate power-generation capabilities in the kingdom.
Yn ogystal a chanu a llefaru, partion a chorau, cystadlaethau offerynnol a cherdd dant, fe fydd y digri a'r ysgafn, y meim, deuawd/triawd doniol, sgets a dawns gan sicrhau digon o hwyl ac amrywiaeth.
Ethnic identity awareness was defined as participants' scores on the Multigroup Ethnic Identity Measure (MEIM; Phinney, 1992).
Analysis of variance demonstrated that Non-Participants indeed scored higher on the MEIM (M = 22.69, SD = 3.98) than Participants (M = 19.78, SD = 3.98), which was a statistically significant difference (F(1,83) = 10.85, p = .001).
Ethnic identity was assessed using the Multigroup Ethnic Identity Measure (MEIM; Phinney, 1992).
The project is the brainchild of South Belfast couple Liz Tarma and her partner William Meim.
All the components were moderately correlated with the subscales of MEIM (Phinney, 1992).
Dyffryn Nantlle Meim i Gerddoriaeth 26 ac iau / Mime to Music 26 and under 1.
A merely spiritual interpretation of the Sabbath is also expressed in Glaidt's Decalogue song, "Es redet Gott mit Moses, ich bin der Herre dein," where he writes: "Mein sabbath solt du halten / im gaist, wie ichs begeer, / dein hertz solt du nit spalten, / solt fassen meine leer, / dein leyb und seel halt wol in hut, / das sic meim willen volgen / mit frischem freiem mut."--Wackernagel, Kirchenlied, 3:466.
His batch mates Jayeta Rohilla and Lipakshi Kakar, too have launched a clothing line Meim focusing exclusively on middleaged women.