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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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As a whole, the US seems fretful, arrogant, aimless and reckless.
He expressed the hope that Imran Khan would focus on solution of KP real issues instead of wasting energies in aimless agitation politics.
Put simply, Cardiff had no end product up front, too little movement midfield and played too many aimless balls out of defence.
The western media portrayed an image of the movement which showed it to be aimless and unfocused, a movement which only gets attention when its members are arrested.
AT a time when the streets are full of aimless kids, it's so inspiring to see British diving hope Tom Daley continue to chase his dreams of winning Olympic gold.
But ultimately most of the songs in their brief, encore-free set, were unoriginal and aimless.
A widower of five years, Walter lives an aimless life as an economics professor in suburban Connecticut.
The blade shines, a sinister sparkling stainless steel The blade an instrument of surgical precision The blade cold not calculated, yet there's a callous certitude The blade a crazed concept of youthful exuberance The blade a fashion accessory, a predacious pre-requisite The blade placed in a sheath of aimless idiocy The blade anemblem of anguish & death The blade cuts deeper than the human flesh The blade available on eBay for a decent price Unfortunately the price of the blade: is life
3 : to spend time in an aimless way <We fooled around in the playground before school.
A great many people appear to live the type of feckless and aimless existence led by Karen Matthews, a life of perpetual crisis - either for themselves or others close to them.
No aimless kicking or endless scrummaging and stoppages, just blistering pace and frightening power.
Summary: With the markets in turmoil and the future of investment clouded by financial explosions, speculation is running wild an aimless.