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AIM

Abbreviation for:
activity information mapping (Medspeak-UK)
advanced informatics in medicine (Medspeak-UK)
Annals of Internal Medicine
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Note Karlyn Bowman's comment: "When you're the big guy on the block, everybody is taking aim at you.
HOT SHOT Pistorius blasts a watermelon with pistol and, right, taking aim with group of pals
Two Texas lawmakers are taking aim at a law passed decades ago that gives hefty property tax breaks to some private country clubs and golf courses.
STEVENSON RANCH -- The Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy is taking aim at a proposed housing development on the old Warner Bros.
While he references earlier gingham works by von Bonin, her good ol' Riley could be seen ostensibly as taking aim at Krebber--or, more benignly, as making a connection from one place and practice to another.
According to Taking AIM - a survey of 150 fast-growing businesses in the pounds 4-20m turnover band by accountants Kidsons Impey - business in the computers (62per cent), and engineering (50per cent) sector were most likely to consider a float on AIM wit hin the next two years.
Taking aim and attacking the biggest flaws spotlighted in the study, Gamble says SSBICs have invested in firms which have failed, but he blames the original design of the program.
By deriving our target cell types under GMP we can now accelerate our therapeutic programs to complete pre-clinical animal testing and begin taking aim at Phase I human clinical trials.
CCTV shows the hooded raider taking aim and cocking the gun's hammer as he demands cash.
There may just be 19 cars on the track today when practice and qualifying begins, but it's a deep field of 19, with a pack of both veteran and young drivers taking aim at defending Long Beach and Champ Car World Series season champ Sebastien Bourdais.
Yet, even here, Puryear seems to be taking aim at something (a "deadeye" is a very good shot), maybe at the morbid spirit of Vessel.
Taking aim at the high volume wireless/wireline backhaul markets and large corporate enterprises, this new wave of fixed wireless operators may find themselves piloting a $1.