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- proper noun A
diminutiveof the male given name James
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JIM BOULDEN, CNN INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENT: That's right, Jim, because the European markets opened today, of course, following on those steep falls in Asia.
JIM BITTERMAN, CNN CORRESPONDENT: Well -- yeah, my hair's not standing out, Jim, Hala, in fact -- made it into the office in record time today, I can say that.
JIM ACOSTA, CNN CORRESPONDENT: Well, Jim, they're not saying a whole lot right now.
There's going to be a bunch of other scribes present, including the redoubtable JIm Swallow hey, Jim!
JIM VOYLES, ATTORNEY: What role, Jim, do you play?
JIM BITTERMANN, CNN INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENT: Jim, the latest here is that the teacher has made some demands, apparently.
NIKKI STERN, LOST HUSBAND, JIM POTORTI: We met at a party and we dated for a couple of months, and then I invited Jim over and asked him if he'd like to go to Paris.
JIM BAKKER: I'm going to write a book called "The Day the Dream Died," and the Lord rebuked me and said: Jim, your dream is not dead.
JIM BOHANNON, RADIO TALK-SHOW HOST: Well, they are getting a lesson in civics, Jim, but one thing to keep in mind, it's only been 16 days.
JIM HILL, CNN CORRESPONDENT: Jim, we're about 10 miles off Point Mugu, California.