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IM

 (ī′ĕm′) Informal
tr.v. IMed, IM·ing, IMs or IM'ed or IM'ing or IM's
1. To send (someone) an instant message: She IMed me to let me know that she would be late.
2. To express in an instant message: He IMed me that he wanted to meet at noon.
n.
An instant message.

IMS

abbreviation for
(Medicine) Indian Medical Service
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IMS Health has operations in over 100 countries and provides information and services to the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries.
In support of the above policy changes, the Director, Acquisition Resources and Analysis, shall update all pertinent documents, to include DoD Instruction 5000.2, the Defense Acquisition Guidebook, and the CPR and IMS DIDs.
Some background: IMS is a multi-campus research center including University of Wisconsin (Milwaukee), the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor), and now the University of Cincinnati.
A new ABI Research study, "Mobile Operator IMS Core Networks," provides an overview of the technology of IMS-enabled networks, and considers the features that make them attractive to operators, as well as the types of services likely to be delivered.
The pilot project is IMS's first working solely with the unemployed.
IMS' website states the 2019 event will have more than 10,000 attendees and 600+ exhibitors that represent the state-of-the-art when it comes to materials, devices, components, and subsystems, as well as design and simulation software and test/measurement equipment.
While closer to a sedan than a crossover, the IMs concept's revolutionary proportions create a vehicle segment all of its own.
The deal has enabled IMS Euro to win a major new supplier contract with NHS England.
This evaluation platform consists of a motherboard (GSP65MB-EVB) and two IMS evaluation modules in half bridge and full bridge variants.
The mobile television department is the biggest facility at IMS Productions with a fleet of 15 trucks capable of handling six productions simultaneously.
Traditional IMs face pressure from the regulatory focus on price transparency and investors' growing appetite for passive investment strategies, which generate lower fees.