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SIMM

abbr.
Computers single in-line memory module

SIMM

(sɪm) computing
n acronym for
(Computer Science) single in-line memory module: a type of circuit board in a computer that adds memory
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Simms, of Beaconsfield Road, Stockton, admitted six counts of fraud by false representation and asked for 11 more to be taken into consideration.
"He's back to normal, he's back in full training and he's good to go," Simms said.
Mr Simms, who is moving to a new job in Leicester, will be replaced by Bob Cuffe, managing director of the Middlesbrough-based Gazette Media Company who will take on the role of regional managing director in charge of both Trinity Mirror's North East businesses.
Reading Crown Court heard that Simms and Detective Constable Lisa Child were enquiring into another matter at the Coral shop when Nattriss walked in.
"I just did it because they (CBS) made me do it," Simms told the T&G in an exclusive telephone interview yesterday.
Defences ruled for most of the first half but Jets broke through two minutes before the interval when Lorne Sam crowned some excellent work with a 28-yard touchdown pass to Simms and Alan Steel slotted home the extra point.
It is misleading, nonetheless, to state that Simms argues for these points.
London, Dec 12 (ANI): British actor John Simm is set to star as Hamlet in a new production of the Shakespearean play.
Countering the long-held and widely accepted view that Britain's extraordinary rise to power in the eighteenth century was primarily due to her navy and financial system, Simms argues that British strength was based upon its European connection, particularly the Hanoverian monarchy's link to its German kingdom and related alliances within Europe.
23, 1914, Simms served in the Army during World War II and then joined the American Council on Race Relations in Chicago, working as director of public relations for several years.
Simms described the chronological development of hospice from biblical times to the current.
Mr Simms, now aged 37, was a kettle operator and one of the last four factory floor employees to be made redundant.