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rim

(rim),
A margin, border, or edge, usually circular.

rim

verb (slang) To orally stimulate the anus of a sexual partner; to perform anilingus.

rim

(rim)
A margin, border, or edge, usually circular in form.

rim 

That part of a spectacle frame which partly or completely surrounds the lens.

rim

(rim)
Margin, border, or edge, usually circular.
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Rimless glasses currently can take several days to make: ``You have to use a hi-tech lens and if it cracks while you're drilling you have to get another lens.
7.62mm NATO--uses a rimless, bottlenecked case measuring 51mm with a 149-grain FMJ spitzer bullet moving at 2750 fps.
Cat -eye shapes, square and straight top,or frames with rimless bottoms are all appropriate choices.
LIFE THROUGH COLOURED LENSES Fabris Lane sunglasses available at Boots pounds 30 Dolce & Gabbana sunglasses with burnt orange lenses, pounds 111 from Sunglasses UK Light blue shades with metal frame, pounds 60 from French Connection Vision Rimless Anastasia sunglasses with anagram detail, pounds 155 by Loewe Chloe black sunglasses with plastic frame, pounds 78 from Sunglasses UK Chanel's diamante sunglasses, pounds 175 Oliver shades by Valentino Miss Sixty sunglasses available from Boots, pounds 57
"We go to the big designer shows and are seeing more rimless sunglasses, some wraparounds for guys only and aviator glasses with a double bridge bar," Liebers comments.
.30 M2--cartridge with a rimless, bottlenecked case 63mm long topped with a 150-grain FMJ, spitzer bullet with a muzzle velocity of 2800 fps.
So for the various types of metal glasses, Ozeal provides two favorable series including a delicate hollow-out designed glasses, semi rimless and rimless metal glasses.
These are all rimless semi-auto cartridges and normally require moon clips when used in double-action revolvers.
About 1908 the British gunmaker Jeffery announced two .333 Nitro Express rounds: a flanged (rimmed) version for double rifles and a rimless counterpart for repeaters.