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AIM

Abbreviation for:
activity information mapping (Medspeak-UK)
advanced informatics in medicine (Medspeak-UK)
Annals of Internal Medicine
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He was never clear of the foe, but was always in the thick of the fight; his spear was never idle; he poised and aimed it in every direction, so eager was he to hit someone from a distance or to fight him hand to hand.
But Meriones aimed a bronze-tipped arrow at him as he was leaving the field, and hit him on the right buttock; the arrow pierced the bone through and through, and penetrated the bladder, so he sat down where he was and breathed his last in the arms of his comrades, stretched like a worm upon the ground and watering the earth with the blood that flowed from his wound.
Paris was deeply grieved by the death of Harpalion, who was his host when he went among the Paphlagonians; he aimed an arrow, therefore, in order to avenge him.
But if he had put his rifle to his shoulder with evil intent God would have punished him for it; and even if the Lord didn’t, and he had missed his aim, I know one that would have given him as good as he sent, and better too, if good shooting could come into the ‘count.” By this time the old hunter was ready for his business, and throwing his right leg far behind him, and stretching his left arm along the barrel of his piece, he raised it toward the bird, Every eye glanced rapidly from the marks man to the mark; but at the moment when each ear was expecting the report of the rifle, they were disappointed by the ticking sound of the flint.
He drew up his rifle, and renewed his aim again and again, still appearing reluctant to fire, No sound was heard from even Brom, during these portentous movements, until Kirby discharged his piece, with the same want of success as before.
Release date- 27082019 - AIM Inform helps providers meet 2020 CMS guidelines for Medicare patients.
AIM was awarded for its Analytics, Computing and Complex Systems (ACCeSs@AIM) laboratory, which was established to complement existing academic programs and bridge the gap between theory and practice for research-led teaching in higher education.
The founders of AIM were attracted to Medbio and Graham Partners' operating resources in the healthcare space, as well as the cultural fit and potential commercial and operational synergies between AIM and Medbio.
AIM 2018 | Year in Review provides a retrospective of member and activity highlights, focusing on the strategic impact AIM and its members made in their efforts to foster adoption and enhancement of automatic identification and data capture (AIDC) innovation and technologies through international industry collaboration.
The forum was yet another initiative of AIM in developing a 'Disaster-Ready and Resilient Asia', as the institute has also recently launched the Executive Master in Disaster Risk and Crisis Management (EMDRCM), an 18-month program which aims to equip students with the skills they need to build resilient Asian organizations and communities using management and leadership principles, as well as good business practices.
"We know there are so many loyal fans who have used AIM for decades; and we loved working and building the first chat app of its kind since 1997," (https://help.aol.com/articles/aim-discontinued) said AOL about AIM's shutdown.
AIM has been hit by resources firms exiting the market and bouts of volatility triggered by Britain's break from the European Union, according to a study by accountants UHY Hacker Young.