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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)
References in classic literature ?
At first, Toby with a degree of fastidiousness that seemed to me ill-timed, was for picking out the minute particles of tobacco with which the spongy mass was mixed; but against this proceeding I protested, as by such an operation we must have greatly diminished its quantity.
This was rather an agreeable reflection than otherwise, for it diminished our dread of accidentally meeting with any of them, and I came to the conclusion that perhaps we could not have selected a more secure hiding-place than this very spot we had so accidentally hit upon.
In contrast, the A blood group antigen, comprised of blood types A and AB, appears to be protective against diminished ovarian reserve.
Ovary length diminished with increasing PCB and chlordane concentrations, and ovary weight decreased with increasing PBDEs, the team reports an upcoming issue of Environmental Science & Technology.
The condo craze may have driven land prices and diminished the supply of hotel rooms, but it is that very lack of supply and the ever increasing influx of tourists that will propel the development market and protect it from more stringent downward pressure.
But geopolitical and domestic changes have further diminished the ability of those two polities to exercise control.
For these and other reasons, even if TSA screeners are no more effective than pre-9/11 private sector screeners at finding prohibited items, other parts of the security system have improved and the risks to the public have diminished.
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.
On the contrary, Western policies have too often diminished freedoms and undermined democracies in countries around the world.
In the Angeles National Forest, fire prevention patrols are on duty, and firefighters are deployed throughout the region, but officials say the threat has greatly diminished in recent months.
Our experience in Georgia has been that insurers have chosen to use a formula distributed in the early 1990's by the insurance commissioner's office and through misapplication accident victims are receiving underpayments for this loss in value called diminished value," said Bill Geen, President of ClaimCoach.