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minim

1. a unit of fluid measure equal to one sixtieth of a drachm. It is approximately equal to one drop.
2. Music a note having the time value of half a semibreve

minim

[′min·əm]
(mechanics)
A unit of volume in the apothecaries' measure; equals ¹⁄₆₀ fluidram (approximately 0.061612 cubic centimeter) or about 1 drop (of water). Abbreviated min.
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While under Article III:2, first sentence, even the slightest tax differential leads to the conclusion that the internal tax imposed on imported products is inconsistent with the national treatment obligation, under Article III:2, second sentence, the tax differential has to be more than de minims to support a conclusion that the internal tax imposed on imported products is WTO--inconsistent.
Baltrusaitis's argument rests in part on the historical connection between Descartes and Mersenne, the Minim monk who was a consistently significant apologist within the Counter-Reformation Church for Galilean physics and who also served as a conduit for the exchange of scientific and philosophical ideas during the mid-seventeenth century via his prodigious correspondence.
Although most slit lamps are not optimised for fluorescence observation, clinically useful levels can be achieved with moistened filter paper strips and 1% minim formulations.
Minims started in September 2003 and are a children's choir for eight to 13-year-olds in the Tynedale area.
subset]], turning it into a mim, then we divide the four minims into sin and [ya.
Nearly all mensuration changes are achievable via equivalent minims, and the score format clarifies potentially problematic situations--such as Leonel Power's (d.
The mistake is another instance of a minim error, in which the copyist wrote three minims instead of four.
In addition, the manufacturing of B&L's Minims proxymetacaine/ fluorescein product will cease on December 31.
Only the final Magnificat is norated in C, with principal note values of minims, semiminims, and fusae, together with triple meter still in 3/2, but employing groups of three minims rather than semibreves.
The nun was written for lam because the latter was too short, as in mathani, and one of the minims was lost.
The Optical Confederation has advised practitioners to use 1% minims for diagnosis, contact lens fitting and tear film work in accordance with the College of Optometrists' guidance, when Fluorets' stock has been depleted.
Prior to the news, I had never truly thought about the cost to the practice of the minims I use.