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  • This adjective denotes the viscous quality of a sauce after thickening, and appears to derive from the obsolete noun Seim, meaning a viscous, slimy juice. SEAMY

  • Harvey Seim of Alexandria; three daughters, Sandy Seim of Alexandria, Darcy Cooper of Churchton and Ginny Horn of Burlingame, Calif.; five grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.

    Betty Rice Seim, artist

  • Betty Rice Seim, 87, a painter and sculptor who was a founding member of the Torpedo Factory Art Center in Alexandria, died Oct. 1 at her home in Alexandria of congestive heart failure.

    Betty Rice Seim, artist

  • #45 POSTED BY David Seim, Oct 13th, 2008 12: 27 pm

    “30 Rock” Season Two DVD Giveaway » Scene-Stealers

  • Home-schooled senior Meghan Seim, 17, greets guests during the 17th annual H-E-B Feast of Sharing.

    Feast of Sharing

  • For already in Seim und Zeit the opposition of Eigentlichkeit and Uneigentlichkeit was organizing the existential analytic.


  • Model, whose 3rd Panzer Division had been leading Guderian's thrust, was racing south, having emerged from the forest and swampland of the Seim, and running on the dry corn fields of the steppe.


  • MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., July 21, 2011 , a leading provider of medication and supply management solutions and analytics software for healthcare facilities, will hold a conference call Randall Lipps, chairman, president and chief executive officer Rob Seim, chief financial officer

  • Seim said the two ounces of bud, which is worth between $400 to $600, appeared to be good quality with "a pretty strong odor."

    Seattle Post-Intelligencer: Local News

  • Seim said the officers actually caught an occupant in the process of shooting up meth.

    Seattle Post-Intelligencer: Local News


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