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stim

(stɪm)
n
(used with a negative) Irish a very small amount: I couldn't see a stim; she hasn't a stim of sense.
[of uncertain origin]
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"After the first time he used the Alpha Stim he was so calm and exhausted.
To prepare the Stim solution, a 10 min incubation of different macerated tissue (in 0.5% formalin) dilutions were done.
The STIM exhibition brought together around 200 exhibitors from 22 countries representing the sectors of asset management, electrical and control systems, fertilisers, chemicals, construction, environment, health and safety (HSE), quality assurance, analytical research and automation.
As a consultant I would want Vital Stim therapy to be a treatment for patients with problems in swallowing due to a neurological difficulty where other treatments had failed."
He clipped up at 40 yards and fished a Method feeder with Swim Stim groundbait and alternated hook baits between dead red maggots, punched meat, 8mm Dynamite Halibut pellets and 6mm Dynamite proto-type sinking expander pellets.
While system integrators concentrate on networking of various sensors and actuators through transducer-independent NCAPs, transducer manufacturers can make their specific products generic through appropriate design of network-independent STIM and TEDS.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-1 September 2005-TeleComputing ASA acquires Stim Computing AS(C)1994-2005 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
The Security Through Interaction Modeling (STIM) center, which will receive $6.4 million over five years, will look at ways to create more effective defenses by studying and modeling healthy networks to see what distinguishes them from systems exploited by attacks, according to the NSF.
The smart transducer interface module (STIM) illustrated in the figure highlights these elements along with the communication channel between the STIM and the NCAP.
Stim Star III is Halliburton Energy Services' newest service vessel to support deepwater operations in the Gulf of Mexico.
John Hutchinson, Chief Executive of PRS (United Kingdom), Bernard Miyet, President of SACEM (France), and Gunnar Petri, Director-General of STIM (Sweden) were elected Vice-Presidents.