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1. A moderate-sized computer that can serve many users in a department, or one dedicated to a complex computational function such as computed tomography or magnetic resonance imaging; smaller and slower than a mainframe, more complex and powerful than a personal computer.
2. A miniature nerve potential occurring when a single neurotransmitter vesicle's contents are released.
[It. miniatura, decoration of manuscripts, fr. L. minium, red lead]
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Abbreviation for:
Mental Illness Needs Index
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mini international neuropsychiatric interview



A screening test to identify the possible presence of serious psychiatric illness in people, but esp. among prison inmates. The tests consists of 120 questions designed to identify 17 psychiatric disorders and is available in more than 40 languages.
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The Morris Mini-Minor and the Austin Seven, differing solely through their radiator grille, wheel caps and body colour, were both powered by a four-cylinder engine fitted crosswise at the front and delivering maximum output of 34 hp from 848 cubic centimetres.
However, behind the Technicolor Pathe newsreels of gleaming Mini-Minors lined up for export and Paddy Hopkirk's 1964 victory in a Mini Cooper at the Monte Carlo Rally, lay a woeful tale of financial mismanagement, industrial obsolescence and lack of cohesive marketing.
The other two models, produced at the Morris factory in Cowley, are the first ever Mini - 621 AOK, a Morris Mini-Minor and 33 EJB, Paddy Hopkirk's Monte Carlo winning Mini Cooper S.
Two versions were launched on August 26, 1959 - the Austin Se7en and the Morris Mini-Minor both measuring just over 10ft long.
The five-race programme gets under way at 9.15am with a Mini-Minor (9-11-year-olds) contest, with the main senior 10k event closing the programme at 11.01am.
"The last Mini will be a fitting complement to the first Mini-Minor, which is also at Gaydon."
Original versions were called the Austin Seven and the Morris Mini-Minor.
Prior to the main event there is a prgramme of young athletes races from 9.45am with a 'Mini-Minor' under-11 combined boys and girls event over 1,000 metres.
Originally produced in two forms: the Longbridge built Austin Seven and Cowley Morris Mini-Minor.
Prior to the main event there is a programme of young athletes' races starting at 9.45 with a 'mini-minor' under-11 combined boys' and girls' event over 1,000 metres.
Prior to the main event there is a programme of young athletes races starting at 9.45am with a 'Mini-Minor' Under-11 combined boys and girls event over 1,000 metres.