Definitions

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  • proper n. A nickname for the speaking clock.
  • Time Interval Meter.

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Examples

  • With the assistance of Support Vector Machine (SVM), the three descriptors were combined to obtain a new method with improved performance, which we call TIM-Finder.

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  • TIM is developing new methods of payment that will enable customers to pay for content using the new SIM card.

    Smart Mobs » Blog Archive » The Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) card

  • We’ll all have to hold hands, read, and believe — in TIM, Defender of the Earth!

    John Joseph Adams » 2007 » November

  • Mr. Johnson's device, called TIM, as in "time is money," allows users to enter the number of people in the room and ballpark an average hourly wage.

    Mayor Wants Meetings on the Clock

  • They compared tissue and blood samples from women with ovarian cancer and women without it and found all of the women with ovarian cancer shared a specific gene called TIM-1.

    CNN Transcript Sep 27, 2008

  • While the gurus were eager to buy up a basket of Latin American stocks, they were happy to cash in on TIM, which is up almost 150% since September.

    Gurus Go Abroad, Buy Hard Asset Plays

  • The TIM is the leading alpha capture system used by institutional brokers to send long / short equity trade ideas to their hedge and quant fund and more traditional money manager clients, and for portfolio managers to easily demonstrate the value the sell-side provides by cutting through the flood of information and noise sent via emails and telephone calls.

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  • SORCE carries an instrument called TIM (Total Irradiance Monitor) that measures just this, but it also includes another intrument called SIM, the Spectral Irradiance Monitor.

    Signs of the Times

  • A new study shows that T cells in HIV-infected individuals express a protein called TIM-3, which inactivates their ... > read more

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  • A new study to be published online on November 10th in the Journal of Experimental Medicine shows that T cells in HIV-infected individuals express a protein called TIM-3, which inactivates their virus killing capacity.

    Biology News Net

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