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(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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In addition to diversity and inclusion initiatives, RIMS 2018 will offer attendees a variety of opportunities to learn and network, centered around this year's theme, "Go Big." As risk management continues to gain acceptance in board-rooms around the world, it is increasingly being recognized as a critical business function.
Mustafa Sajjad Hassan said that the purpose of web-based RIMS was to reduce the interface between FBR and taxpayers and said that gradually other sectors of the economy would also be covered by such IT based systems to monitor sales and collect sales tax.
RIMS is the largest not-for-profit organization representing more than 3,500 industrial, service, nonprofit, charitable and government entities throughout the world.
RIMS also recognized its first inductees into the RIMS Ambassador Group--Darius Delon, associate vice president of risk services at Mount Royal University and member of the South Alberta Chapter and Daniel McGarvey, managing director at Marsh and member of the Western Carolina Chapter.
RIMS encourages other states to go further with their regulation and make a strong effort to enact full mandatory disclosure requirements that will protect the insurance consumer.
If you look closely, you'll see that Nasireddin's rim is somewhat lower on that side.
By the way, now whenever you order the HMMWV wheel assembly, NSN 2530-01-558-2138, you'll get the 24-bolt rim assembly, plus the tire and runflat insert.
In RIMS' one attempt at a "Quality Survey" several years ago, I believe the percentage of risk managers that had changed brokers was in the single digits.
Basil-sugar rims add herbal interest to the La Sandia Martini at Ken Oringer's Toro, a Spanish tapas restaurant in Boston.
One of my landlords where I lived in the upper Catskills told me that it was a tire stretcher, used to remove or mount auto tires on the rim back when they were on large diameter rims.
They weren't designed when guys were dunking and hanging on the rim. So school administrators need to take that into consideration, especially with regards to safety.
Soon after, the NBA switched to "break-away rims," which are mounted on springs (devices that return to their original shape after being compressed or stretched), explains Murphy.