nimps

nimps

(nɪmps)
adj
dialect Northern English easy
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There's even a recognised acronym for those who over-protect their spots - NIMPS - "not in my parking space".
Table 3: Genotoxicity data obtained from the Drosophila wing/spot test experiments with nickel nanoparticles (NiNPs) and microparticles (NiMPs).
The domain-specific approach claims that the creativity of an individual is limited to certain or specific domains (Reiter-Palmon, Illies, Cross, Buboltz, & Nimps, 2009).
CANCER Research UK has criticised European Commission draft guidance for non-investigational medicinal products (NIMPs) in clinical trial authorisation (CTA) submissions, claiming it could make some tests 'unworkable'.
And the group claimed that the guidance failed to adequately define NIMPs: 'The definitions are vague and, most worryingly, may have unintended implications for cancer trials.'
Everything was "nimps", footballwas "boss", girls were called "Judy's" and most sentenceswere finished off withtheword "la" - which, I'venoticed, has since been replacedwith" lad".
I was re et yitten and shouted,`Does thee want anantwackie thraiping?'Definitions: nimps (easy); powfagged(exhausted);dowly (dull); ennog(back alley); bifter (cigarette); bally (thumb); ockodols (boot-clad feet); dummelhead (slow-wittedperson); yoked (spat); yitten(frightened); antwackie (old-fashioned); thraiping(thrashing).
And the group claimed that the guidance failed to adequately define NIMPs: "The definitions are vague and, most worryingly, may have unintended implications for cancer trials."
Notably, the EFPIA said: "There appears to remain confusion between NIMPS and IMPs [investigational medicinal products] in the absence of a formal legal definition of the former." Without this, the EFPIA feared test sponsors would be asked to define materials as IMPs where, for example," they are being used in unapproved indications, or are repackaged ..."
The book features numerous inoffensive words such as 'nimps' which means an 'easy task or achievement' and 'goffers' which means 'sweets'.