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rim

(rim),
A margin, border, or edge, usually circular.

rim

(rim) a border or edge.
bite rim , occlusion rim, record rim a border constructed on temporary or permanent denture bases in order to record the maxillomandibular relation and for positioning of the teeth.

rim

Etymology: OE, rima, edge
an outer edge, which may be curved or circular, as on an occluding surface built on a temporary or permanent denture base.

rim

verb (slang) To orally stimulate the anus of a sexual partner; to perform anilingus.

rim

(rim)
A margin, border, or edge, usually circular in form.

rim 

That part of a spectacle frame which partly or completely surrounds the lens.

rim

(rim)
Margin, border, or edge, usually circular.
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Flowers ranged from columbines near the rim to brilliant cactus blossoms - of yellow, dark red, purple - at the bottom.
There is a major opportunity for RIM professionals to educate business and IT on compliance regulations specific to their industries and the role of ERM in compliance.
will be the RIM Star B metering unit with closed-loop control and self-adjusting mixhead nozzles, seen previously at K'89 and Interplas '90 (see PT, Feb.
Filled RIM fascia typically contain 15% of 1/16 inch milled glass fiber to lower heat sag, coefficient of linear thermal expansion (CLTE), and moisture distortion.
One of the ways to accomplish this organizational transformation is to acquire the basic organizational knowledge required to build a solid RIM environment.
After venturing here, you might decide never to visit the South Rim in summer again.