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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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Auch die talmudische Polemik gegen die Auslegung von elohim im Sinne von mehreren Gottern, wie es die Minim lehrten (Gen.
28) Retaining the content of the talmudic legend as positive evidence, Wilson postulates that he can posit changes in the interpretation of the "blessing" before and after the Bar-Kochba war, concluding that after 138, the minim includes Gentile Christians, thus explaining Justin's notices.
Respectarea acestui standard minim suplimentar este necesara in doua situatii.
Nearly all mensuration changes are achievable via equivalent minims, and the score format clarifies potentially problematic situations--such as Leonel Power's (d.
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.
80-250 Million: MinIM Sensor - Atlantic Inertial Systems/Goodrich
To choose from multiple solutions that particular one that assures the highest economic efficiency means to search for that solution which assures maximum results with minim effort and expenses, respecting certain restrictions that defined that particular domain.
Dr Malik said: ``We have a commitment at Clatterbridge to using minim all yin vasive treatments wherever possible, and this new technique is particularly attractive because it is highly focused on the tumour, and dramatically reduces the treatment period for patients .
contains]] which has only one minim, was probably lost through a flattening out of the minims.
Horbury defends the value of the relevant early Christian evidence in a fine essay on "The Benediction of the Minim and Early Jewish-Christian Controversy.
To take a central example: Tinctotis has been considered by some as the main representative of the venerable Franco-Flemish tradition, read - as the pre-eminent authority on mensural practices that feature concepts such as minim equivalence.
Castle Harlan's current portfolio companies, which employ more than 42,000 people, include AmeriCast Technologies, a leading designer and manufacturer or large, complex steel castings used in minim trucks, locomotives and energy equipment; Ames True Temper, a leading manufacturer of lawn and garden tools and accessories, and Anchor Drilling Fluids USA, Inc.