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glime

[glīm]
(hydrology)
An ice coating with a consistency intermediate between glaze and rime.
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I was in charge of military communications, and it was not as smooth as it should be," Glime said,"which is very realistic for military communications.
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This imaging requires only simple black-and-white capabilities, but the large number of samples that Glime collects requires automation and consistent measurement criteria.
Watson 1980a, 1981a, Vitt and Slack 1984, Rydin 1986, 1987, Glime and Vitt 1987).
Glime both stated they have tremendous optimism for the Company's future and complete confidence in Mr.
Glime added, "We intend to step up our focus on additional administrative opportunities for insurers.
BUSINESS WIRE)--March 4, 1999--Warrantech Corporation (NASDAQ NMS:WTEC), in a move designed to strengthen its growing domestic businesses, announced today the appointment of Ronald Glime (54), as Warrantech's President of U.
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Christy Glime, Staffing Coordinator: Christy began working in the staffing industry four years ago for Western Temporary Services.
El conde de Roydeville, el conde de Glimes, el conde de Itre o el marques de Caylus eran todos felipistas procedentes del ejercito de Flandes e historicamente vinculados con la fundacion de la guardia real, asi que sus nombramientos pueden ser considerados como una reaccion de la faccion militarista contra las medidas tomadas por Patino.