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DIM

(electromagnetism)

DIM.

On drawings, abbr. for dimension.

DIM

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Cunliffe illumines this dimly lit epoch when he suggests that these hitherto self-contained Atlantic communities made contact with eastern ones by river routes, like the Rhone-Paris Basin-Loire and those leading to the North Sea and Bay of Biscay.
As I lay in a dimly lit room surrounded by the warm scent of pineapple, the sounds of an Oriental composition resonate in my head.
I began reading this book while I was coincidentally at a conference in Chicago, and I vividly recall the book's impact on my own emotions while walking alone through the dimly lit city streets.
In many insurance and reinsurance companies, the single most important component of the firm's value remains unmanaged, principally because it is invisible or only dimly visible to the firm's senior officers.
After taking a creaky elevator up to the third floor, dancers enter into a maze of bodies stretching and warming up in dimly lit hallways.
The elevated plaza at 55 Water, approximately one acre in size, is nearly invisible from street level and its current primary point of access is a dimly lit.
Given the themelessness of real life, works of art concentrate and illustrate for us what experience may not provide; they may talk about what we dimly sense but do not articulate in mundane daily life.
It's an early December evening in New York and the place was a smoky little joint in the East Village, complete with requisite dimly lit corners and a shabby chic decor.
We don't know for sure he picked a dodgy style and dimly thought: "These look cool.
Another prostitute greets them at the top with a warm smile and invites them into a dimly lit room where sex trade workers surround a wooden table filled with snacks, tea and uncharacteristic warm smiles.
A large projection TV screen on a distant wall dimly records scores of people applauding their departure.