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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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Though the "Lost Generation" has long been characterized by its excesses and extremes, Jake demonstrates that these beliefs are not universal and that the generation is not inherently doomed to wallow in aimlessness and frivolity.
In most developed countries, the dust of hopelessness, desperation and aimlessness has polluted the beautiful life of young people," he said.
Janet--thirtysomething, divorced, unemployed and a recent convert to aimlessness and self-destruction--is unexpectedly called upon for a favor by Bernice, a friend of her late mother's whom she barely tolerates.
Lorre reads the aimlessness, disconnectedness, and repetitiveness of Chen's latter works as reflective of both Western existentialism and classical Chinese poetics, further questioning the possibilities of "non-ethnic writing.
There is a subtle difference between the two titles; blondzhen conveys an aura of sporadic moving and aimlessness, while nah venad assumes wandering to be a more permanent condition.
Although in structure and content it represents an homage to James, Cheever's story finally suggests a more severe critique of America's affluent aimlessness in the post-WWII era.
To avoid aimlessness or atrophy of your instrument skills and the life-threatening danger aimlessness breeds, first ask yourself what type of flying--personal transportation, time-sensitive business flying, etc.
All that aimlessness came to a dead end when I met and married Yvonne.
But although many are trying not to repeat their parents' mistakes, many more continue to succumb to the cultural riptide of drugs, promiscuity, and aimlessness.
For years he wrestled with drug addiction, multiple incarcerations, a lack of formal education and a chronic aimlessness that greedily devoured his 20s and 30s.
The plot: This comic caper focuses on four unemployed youths; Sam (Tusshar), Pakkya (Sharman), Maru (Rajpal) and Goti (Kunal), whose friendship is bound by their child-like notoriety and aimlessness.
Driven to despair by the aimlessness of life in the drapery trade, unfriendly neighbours and the incessant nagging of his wife, Alfred Polly decides to end it all.