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nimmer

(ˈnɪmə)
n
a person who steals something
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"Many of the global risk factors often lead to chronic conditions with long medical cost tails that make them expensive to treat and result in long term medical cost increases, noted Tim Nimmer, chief health care actuary at Aon.
The company will renovate an existing facility at 579 Nimmer Turf Road in Ridgeland, with plans to add structures, machinery and equipment.
Drawing on research and interviews, this book offers profiles of jazz musicians from Wisconsin, including Bunny Berigan, Woody Herman, Les Paul, Jabbo Smith, oWild Billo Davison, Sam Armato, Joe Aaron, Freddie Slack, Heinie Beau, Gene Schroeder, Billy Maxted, Cappy Lewis, Jackie Cain, Al Jarreau, Tierney Sutton, Lyle Mays, Lynne Arriale, Geoff Keezer, Ethan Iverson, Dan Nimmer, Buddy Clark, Tommy Gumina, Mike Melvoin, Steve Houghton, Beverly Dahlke, Carl Allen, Gerald Cannon, Greg Tarday, and Ike Sturm.
A good rule of thumb the court suggested was from the work Nimmer on Copyright: "the smaller the effort (e.g., two words) the greater must be the degree of creativity in order to claim copyright protection."
"Lead times are much shorter, so digital printing allows brands to get products to market faster," says Bill Nimmer, packaging advisor, Nosco.
(108) Rather, the independent fixation exception is an express limitation on the boundaries of the copyright, and as such, does not carry an implicit expansion of rights, particularly against the backdrop of the "consistent application of the de minimis exception across centuries of jurisprudence." (109) The court, with reliance on the Nimmer treatise, goes so far as to state that Bridgeport therefore "rests on a logical fallacy" (110): it cannot be inferred that because the exclusive right does not extend to a particular circumstance, it therefore does extend to all others.
Nimmer, Revised Article 9 and Intellectual Property Asset Financing, 53 ME.
NIMMER & DAVID NIMMER, NIMMER ON COPYRIGHT [section] 1.03[A], at 1-88.18 (2011) [hereinafter NlMMER ON COPYRIGHT] ("[T]he authorization to grant to individual authors the limited monopoly of copyright is predicated upon the dual premises that the public benefits from the creative activities of authors, and that the copyright monopoly is a necessary condition to the full realization of such creative activities." (footnote omitted)); William M.
As part of the guidance, Professor David Nimmer was asked to review several fact scenarios that commonly occur at apartment communities.
NIMMER & David NIMMER, NIMMER ON COPYRIGHT: CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE REPORTS ON THE DIGITAL MILLENNIUM COPYRIGHT ACT AND CONCURRENT AMENDMENTS CR 1:1-5 (Ed Berger et al.