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mi·ni

(mi'nē),
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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MINI

Abbreviation for:
Mental Illness Needs Index
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mini international neuropsychiatric interview

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MINI

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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Among the rarest of the 133 varieties which were made are those built before 1962, the Riley Elf, the Wolseley Hornet and the 1976 Mini 1000 Special.
Being a close relative of the Mini, Hamish's Wolseley Hornet has gone down very well with car fans at the Mini's 35th and 40th birthday celebrations at Silverstone.
Officials are keen to attract rare models including those built before 1962, the Riley Elf (pictured), the Wolseley Hornet and the 1976 Mini 1000 Special.
To mark its 40th anniversary, a special Mini weekend is being held at Silverstone race track on August 21 and 22, where stealing the show will be a complete set of all 133 variants to have left the Longbridge plant, including vans, pick-ups, Sprints, Coopers and the now rare Riley Elf and Wolseley Hornet - all in original condition.
Officials are keen to attract rare models including those built before 1962, the Riley Elf, the Wolseley Hornet and the 1976 Mini 1000 Special.