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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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In exhibiting this romantic hallmark of experimentation with form, Simms continually re-shuffles the sonnet's rhyme schemes and exceeds even the developments in sonnet structure forged by Wordsworth, Coleridge, and Keats.
Simms also found that the officer had been transferred to an unassigned Reserve section but was still collecting voluntary separation incentive payments.
For modern and post-modern tastes in literature, Simms is frequently too verbose, too sentimental, too melodramatic, and especially too insensitive to differences of color, gender, or creed.
Aussie Simms, who joined Salford as Director of Football in the close season, is in temporary charge for today's trip to Hull.
Simms points out that "the United States is the most obvious candidate" for an international greenhouse "tort action" and warns that "U.
The bizarre situation arises because 53-year-old Mr Simms split up from his wife two years ago to live with his former secretary.
Simms found that minority firms are growing and that they are growing quickly.
Networking on sites like Facebook and Twitter is catching on quickly but it lacks the ultimate networking component of connecting people via PC to mobile phone," Simms said.
The victim's friend Peter McGovern said he drove Mr Simms and his girlfriend to his mother's house in Glyndwr Road.
When Mr Morgan asked what he meant, he added: "That c*** Simms - I've done him proper.
And, while the independent threemember panel recommended that Simms should not be released, they said he should be transferred to open prison conditions.
Hence a passage which he calls "A Dialogic Interruption" beginning on page 167 and involving "You" (the reader) and "Me" (the author) in blunt argument about whether the correct conclusion is that Simms is a midrashist whose book is a Midrash on who Alfred Dreyfus was--not the stiff, formal army officer whose fate was governed and regulated by external conditions, but a thinking and feeling individual who--especially in his prison cahiers--reflects and writes existentially.