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rima

(rÿ -mă) (plural: rimae) a fissure. The word is used in the approved name of such a surface feature on a planet or satellite. It has been adopted as the official name for rille.

rima

[′rī·mə]
(geology)
A long, narrow aperture, cleft, or fissure.

Rima

beautiful jungle girl, lover of birds and animals, knows neither evil nor guile. [Br. Lit.: Hudson Green Mansions in Magill I, 333]
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The greetings give soldiers, airmen, sailors and Marines an opportunity to get a message back home," Rimar said.
The time charter-out of the Overseas Rimar was extended to December 2010, the Overseas Atalmar was chartered-out through December 2010 and the Overseas Petromar was chartered-out for three years through December 2010.
Salvador "Boy" Teves chairs the OFBL with Rocky Gil as commissioner, Vicente Billones deputy commissioner, Lito Dela Cruz technical director, Rimar Baluyot executive secretary-finance officer, Erwin Carpena marketing consultant, Ernie Adao adviser and Janus Napuecas Gella in-house commentator- sports writer.
Your contest has become a driving force in helping new writers break ground in the world of genre writing," wrote Mike Rimar, from Whitby, Ontario, Canada.
Berth occupancy was managed at seventy three percent at the Port on Wednesday where a total of eight ships namely ACX Rafflessia, CV Nedlloyed Africa, MV Rimar, MT Pearl-K, MV Oxl Nomad, MV BBC Jade, MT Al-Soor-II and MT Rio Gracia were engaged at PQA terminals to load / offload Containers, Cement, Sugar, Project Cargo, Diesel oil and LPG respectively during last 24 hours.