MIME


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AcronymDefinition
MIMEMultipurpose Internet Mail Extensions
MIMEMechanical, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering (various universities)
MIMEMultipurpose Internet Mail Extensions Protocol (email; file transfers)
MIMEMultimedia Internet Message Extensions
MIMEMidwest Institute for Medical Education (Indianapolis, IN)
MIMEMember of the Institute of Mining Engineers
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The man behind becoming the perfect mime formed Theatre Re in 2009.
The photo was kept hidden away in his old suitcases for 35 years and it was only back in 2009 when he realised that the young mime in the photo was Williams.
Malameh Mime Troupe, in co-operation with other cultural organisations in Egypt, celebrated the occasion in el-Hanager Space for Arts in the grounds of the Cairo Opera House.
11-44) lays the groundwork for this interpretation by analysing the presence of mime and other popular theatre in the plot.
Harvey is a child mime from a family of mimes who enjoys performing amazing mime tricks for his audience down on the docks each day.
Mime and pantomime in the twentieth century; history, theory and techniques.
The announcement comes after widespread criticism of the decision use photogenic 9-year-old Lin Miaoke to mime to the voice of 7-year-old Yang Peiyi at the opening ceremony of the Beijing Olympics on Aug.
For the first few First Night Worcester celebrations, mime artist Trent Arterberry could regularly be seen making all the right moves.
Japanese mime artist, Hiroyasu Sasaki, a friend and colleague of the recently deceased Marcel Marceau, arrives in Wales this week.
His ballets revived the neoclassical tradition begun in Russia by Lopukhov: classical ballet, complicated, modernized, and enriched by mime (as opposed to having separate mime scenes carry the narrative).
If you have seen a mime in person, it is not difficult to understand what he or she is doing.
The first of the three acts of Siegfried finds the dwarf Mime working hard to make a sword for Siegfried, one that won't break.