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rim

1. the peripheral part of a wheel, to which the tyre is attached
2. Basketball the hoop from which the net is suspended

rim

[rim]
(design engineering)
The outer part of a wheel, usually connected to the hub by spokes.
An outer edge or border, sometimes raised or projecting.

rim

1. The border or outer edge of anything which is circular or continuously curved.
2. Descriptive of any finish hardware which is designed for application to the face of a door or window, rather than for mortising.

RIM

(1) (Research In Motion Limited, Waterloo, Ontario, www.rim.com) The former name of BlackBerry. Established in 1984, RIM changed its name to BlackBerry in January 2013 when it introduced the BlackBerry 10 smartphone. See BlackBerry and BlackBerry 10.

(2) (Rambus Inline Memory module) See RDRAM.
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There is a major need for RIM professionals to educate business and IT on the difference between archiving and ERM.
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The high productivity for large part molding has resulted from the industry's conversion to RIM chemistry based on chain extension with diethyl toluene diamine (DETDA) and from the incorporation of internal mold release (IMR) into formulations[ref.
Being familiar with the operations of all units in the organization, RIM practitioners are in the most logical position to facilitate communications and cooperation among the stakeholders, to mend the tear in the organizational fabric as they maintain ongoing contact with all of them.