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i·mus

(ī'mŭs),
Lowest; the most inferior or caudal of several similar structures.
[L.]
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Imus is also the foremost banking center of Cavite with numerous financial institutions, and serves as a favorable site for industrial establishments such as the 200-hectare Imus Informal Industrial estate, which houses manufacturing companies owned by foreign and Filipino investors.
SM Prime said SM Center Imus would open with 90 percent of space lease-awarded and would include the company's well-loved brands like SM Supermarket, SM Appliance Center, ACE Hardware, Miniso, Watsons, and BDO.
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In response to growing and diversifying customer needs, Epson has been filling out and strengthening its lineup of IMUs.
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Imus confirms that the notion of consuming with a conscience (it is possible, after all) holds the promise of rejuvenation--of oneself and, in time, the planet.
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Hill happened to be one of the people to demand that Don Imus be fired for his ridiculous statement that questioned the moral fiber, character, and looks of the Rutgers women's basketball team.