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nimb

(nɪmb)
n
a rare form of nimbus
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After one of its founders was violently attacked, Nimb developed a smart ring with a concealed panic button that allows users to send an alert with their location to a list of emergency contacts, including first responders in the US and fellow Nimb ring wearers nearby.
(59) Behind Vasilii's throne one notices the upright figure of a nimbed bearded man wearing a green fur-trimmed cloak and a fur cap.
Tour guide Henrick took my group into Nimb's stunning bar for a cocktail or two but, like all good stories, the evening had to come to an end.
However, during the early 1970s, concerns were raised by doctors in and around the new social treatment system and the advisory committee that general practitioners were returning to the liberal prescription practices of the 1940s and 1950s (Bohm et al., 1971; Nimb, 1971).
Regulation: Understanding the NIMB Y Problem and Improving Regulatory
Time structure and belief system: A study of nimb people.
The NIMB Yism of the 88 cities in LA county and the 5 surrounding counties stalled things.
(33.) Skovgaard D, Feldt-Rasmussen BF, Nimb L, et al: Bilateral Achilles tendon rupture in individuals with renal transplantation.
Madsen, Hans Basboll, and Claus Lambertsen); "Semantic Encoding of Danish Verbs in SIMPLE--Adapting a Verb-Framed Model to a Satellite-Framed Language" (Bolette Sandford Pedersen and Sanno Nimb); and "En analyse af realisationer af fonemet [A:] i udvalgte regioner og aldersgrupper i Speechdat2" ("An Analysis of Realizations of the Phoneme [A:] in Selected Regions and Age Groups in Speechdat2") (Jacob Teckmeier and Kim Hornbech).