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RIMM

(1) (Rambus Inline Memory Module) See RDRAM.

(2) (Research In Motion) See RIM.
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Professor Rimm's claims come shortly after astudy revealed a link between potato consumption and obesity, diabetes and heart disease.
Resolved: "Focus on wholegrain foods," says Rimm. "But when you can, choose foods that are higher in bran."
Moreover, gifted individuals who desire work that is stimulating and engaging and that has room for self-actualization and creativity need to explore occupations that are open-ended in nature with potential for extensive professional growth, such as entrepreneurial or research endeavors (Davis & Rimm, 1998).
"We brought in the expertise of Sylvia Rimm, Ph.D., author of See Jane Win and See Jane Win for Girls, to help us connect the emotional and physical aspects of health and add credibility with editors.
1 [September 2003]: 290-95), Robert Rimm's review of these editions contains far too many inaccuracies and misleading statements.
In the 1990s, child psychologist Sylvia Rimm and her daughters--Sara, a research psychologist, and Ilonna, a pediatric oncology researcher--surveyed more than 1,000 satisfied, successful women.
Always game to help raise funds, the voluble Sharon Stone auctioned off kisses for $40,000 each; she got two high rollers to fork over cash: David Zimmerman and Joni Rimm. (The latter's lip lock clocked in at an impressive 10 seconds.) All of which helped Project Angel Food clear $525,000 for the evening.
Actress Sharon Stone raised pounds 33,000 for charity when fan Joni Rimm splashed out for the kiss.
With her hands gently cupping the face of fan Joni Rimm, the 45-year- old actress shows why she's rated one of Hollywood's sexiest women.
Rimm of the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston.
"You experience your second-fastest growth spurt during puberty," says psychologist Sylvia Rimm, author of See Jane Win.