WHIM


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AcronymDefinition
WHIMWessex Head Injury Matrix
WHIMWarm/Hot Intergalactic Medium
WHIMWestern Humor and Irony Membership (conference)
WHIMWeighted Holistic Invariant Molecular (molecular descriptor; chemistry)
WHIMWestern Heritage Insurance Marketing Group (Great Falls, MT)
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That night I sat at table with the captain and the hunters, while Thomas Mugridge waited on us and washed the dishes afterward--a whim, a Caliban- mood of Wolf Larsen's, and one I foresaw would bring me trouble.
Quilp, however--who, beyond the gratification of his demon whims, owed Sampson some acknowledgment of the part he had played in the mourning scene of which he had been a hidden witness, marked these symptoms of uneasiness with a delight past all expression, and derived from them a secret joy which the costliest banquet could never have afforded him.
I had taken Anne to the north with me, having my whims and fancies, occasionally, about my child, and getting, at such times, jealous of Mrs.
Weston observed, "all young people would have their little whims.
I was the accomplished graduate of a dry goods store, where, by dint of ministering to the whims of fine ladies, and suiting silken hose to delicate limbs, and handling satins, ribbons, chintzes calicoes, tapes, gauze, and cambric needles, I grew up a very ladylike sort of a gentleman.
While such whims and chimeras were flitting across my fancy I began to look askance at Mrs.
There was, as it were, a continual beginning, a preparation of the musical expression of some feeling, but it fell to pieces again directly, breaking into new musical motives, or simply nothing but the whims of the composer, exceedingly complex but disconnected sounds.
In today's world, Whim will be better than your own car.
Cambridge, Massachusetts-based CXCR4 inhibitor drug developer X4 Pharmaceuticals has initiated a multi-year sponsored research program with Yale University to develop and study a genetic model of WHIM syndrome, a rare genetic immunodeficiency disease which currently has no approved treatments, the company said.
As for opening accession chapters, one of the demands Turkey has put forward as part of a deal, Bozkir said it was unacceptable "on the whim of a member state" to obstruct this.
A magnetic pull: "I was drawn to Whim W'Him by its inventiveness," says Reiter.
Like other WHIM syndrome patients, the woman had a large number of warts and was frequently hospitalized with infections.