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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.
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.
In order to systematize the observation, behavioral disorganization can be described by the following behaviors: derailment, aimlessness, sequencing problems, and disorientation.
Childhood has in some serious way been stripped of its wonderful aimlessness, of shapeless, formless, and seemingly endless days and nights spent whiling away the time doing nothing that will help you get a Rhodes Scholarship or first-round venture capital for a start-up.
Living near her Michigan home is Costner's Denny Davies, a former pro baseball player of note who is living off his past glory selling his autographs, hosting a radio talk show and drinking a lot of beer as he drifts into aimlessness.
Stuart Dutting believes he's heading for a happy retirement, only to have his cosy world exploded by the ruthless ambition of his daughter, the aimlessness of his hopeless stepson, and the earth-shattering deception of his beloved wife.
The series featured many of the most troubling cinematic portraits of American angst and aimlessness, including Bonnie and Clyde (Arthur Penn, 1967), David Holzman's Diary (Jim McBride, 1967) and Easy Rider (Dennis Hopper, 1969).
His lingering aimlessness, paradoxically connected with his obsessive quest to reunite with Daisy, is highlighted both literally and symbolically in his motorcycle racing.
Like his main character, Mark Gurabardhi, he is put off by the less appealing and denationalizing side effects of Westernization and the apparent aimlessness of the "new era.
Such a reading can never be planned or directed, except as aimlessness itself directs attention (or inattention).