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A margin, border, or edge, usually circular.
rim(rim) a border or edge.
bite rim , occlusion rim, record rim a border constructed on temporary or permanent denture bases in order to record the maxillomandibular relation and for positioning of the teeth.
Etymology: OE, rima, edge
an outer edge, which may be curved or circular, as on an occluding surface built on a temporary or permanent denture base.
rimverb (slang) To orally stimulate the anus of a sexual partner; to perform anilingus.
A margin, border, or edge, usually circular in form.
That part of a spectacle frame which partly or completely surrounds the lens.
Margin, border, or edge, usually circular.
n the outer edge; often curved or circular.
n (record rim), an occluding surface built on temporary or permanent denture bases for the purpose of making maxillomandibular relation records and arranging teeth.
n See rim, occlusion.
rim, surgical occlusion,
n a conventional occlusion rim, the base of which has been reduced until it is smaller than the surgical impression tray with which the surgical jaw relations are recorded.