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MIME

Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions. The internet standard for attaching non-text files (graphics, spreadsheets, formatted word-processed documents, sound files, etc.) to email.

An email program is MIME-compliant if it can both send and receive files by the MIME standard (MS). Besides email software, the MS is also used by web servers to identify the files they are sending to web clients.
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This space is not only transcendent, as it functions between the actual and the magical, life and afterlife, and past and present, but its work is "especially in between," as Mimer observed.
naarmate (dat): "(according) as" [EPI, 0_00, -p+c, f_VS] 'Naarmate iemands geestelijke horizon mimer wordt, neemt zijn bescheidenheid toe.' ('As a person's mental horizon broadens, his modesty increases.')
Swedish database systems developer Mimer Information Technology AB has introduced support for 15 major Indian languages in its Mimer SQL database management system (DBMS).
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-13 September 2004-Mimer Information Technology AB announces Mimer SQL support for 15 Indian languages(C)1994-2004 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
(25.) See Bueno de Mesquita and Lalman 1992; Eyerman and Hart 1996; Fearon 1994; Guisinger and Smith 1999; Leeds 1999; Mansfield, Mimer, and Rosendorif 1998; Martin 1993; Schultz 1998; Smith 1998a,b; and Schultz 1999a,b.
Stephen P Mimer is managing partner for Newport Beach, California-based accounting firm Squar, Mimer Reehl and Williamson.
But the owners have vowed to stay with the style of the outlandish Mimer whose inn was built in a Moorish-style representing the buildings he had seen in Spain, Italy and south America.
MIMER is a relational database management system which is sufficiently powerful, fast, reliable and flexible to be used in a wide variety of very demanding embedded environments.
Our implementation of the OO-DBMS was built on top of DSM, MIMER, and the Object Modeling Technique.
(1) Department of Physiology, Chirayu Medical College, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India, (2) Department of Physiology, MIMER Medical College, Talegaon Dabhade, Maharashtra, India, (3) Department of Physiology, MGM Medical College, Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India