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VIM

(messaging)

VIM

(text, tool)

VIM

(1) (Vi IMproved) A text editor written by Bram Moolenaar that runs under most operating systems. Licensed as charityware and released in the early 1990s, VIM is an enhanced version of the Unix vi editor and is mostly compatible with it. VIM is command driven, but also offers a GUI option that accepts the same commands. VIM can be customized by the user, and it accepts plug-ins for added functionality. For more information, visit www.vim.org. See vi.

(2) (Vendor Independent Messaging Interface) A programming interface developed by Lotus, Novell, IBM and others. In order to enable an application to send and receive mail over a VIM-compliant messaging system such as cc:Mail, programmers write to the VIM interface.
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Potassium tert-butoxide ((CH3)3CO-K+), methacryloyl chloride, 2,2'-Azobisisobutyronitrile (AIBN) as initiator, 1-vinylimidazole (VIM), methacrylamide (MAm) and 2-acrylamido-2-methyl-1-propanesulfonic acid (AMPS) as commercial monomer were purchased from Sigma-Aldrich.
from our study was VIM, followed by NDM, KPC, OXA-48, and IMP.
auruginosa isolates found to be MBL-positive, 17 were isolated from the adult in-patients group, of which 13 were VIM positive only and four were IMP positive only.
Previous studies (Case 1978; Rolley & Lehman 1992) indicated that VIM is not a good indicator index of population densities, therefore density estimates were not attempted for this study.
Observando este panorama y debido a que en el hospital estudiado, las carbapenemasas en bacilos Gram negativos representan un problema de salud publica de dimensiones endemicas desde el ano 2009, se detectaron las metalo-[beta]-lactamasas VIM e IMP en P.
VIM Airlines charter flight NN 9945 was about to bring Lada, a Russian ice hockey team based in Tolyatti, to its next game, and was cleared for take-off from runway 18.
Specializing in client acquisition and outsourced sales for leading companies, VIM Solutions uses an in-person approach to accelerate growth for the client and retain existing customers.
Two MBL types, VIM and/or IMP, were detected in 12 isolates; each was carried by nine isolates, while seven isolates harbored both VIM and IMP.
VIM's management systems monitor and manage chemical injection, which can be used to further process the oil or gas before it is transported or to protect pipelines from corrosion.
Beyond those areas, VIM functionality is just starting to arrive in the enterprise, as it drifts in from the consumer world.
Even if the former are, technically speaking, acts of war according to international law, he proffers that "it is common sense to recognize that they are very different from war." While they all involve "the use of force," Walzer distinguishes between the level of force used: the former, being more limited in scope, lack the "unpredictable and often catastrophic consequences" of a "frill-scale attack." (1) Walzer calls the ethical framework governing these measures jus ad vim (the just use of force), and he applies it to statesponsored uses of force against both state and nonstate actors outside a state's territory that fall short of the quantum and duration associated with traditional warfare.
Programmer, writer, and trainer Neil explains only the core functions of the text editor software Vim, figuring that once people are familiar with those, they can configure the system themselves.