There, nim lived out the rest of his days, dying in 2000 at age 26 from a heart attack.
There, nim met Bob Ingersoll, a high-spirited University of Oklahoma student who worked at the facility.
A documentary film based on her recent book, nim Chimpsky: The Chimp Who Would Be Human , will be released next year.
When she got him, she just decided she was going to have fun with nim.
When we arrived at the tavern door, we found there nim Porter's trotting buggy with his stub-tailed gray.
I venture to add, with all possible energy of asseveration, that I did that thing, nim.
nim Porter offers an even bet of one thousand dollars on the result, and is willing to increase it to ten.
Looking down the lines of hungry labourers for nim's duplicate face, it was absent, though he had seen it a-field.
The shesham, the sal, the pipal and the nim are vivid with fresh foliage.
nimble, nim′bl, adj. light and quick in motion: active: swift.
"to take, to steal" (archaic), Old English niman "to take, accept, receive, grasp, catch" (cf. Old Frisian nima, Middle Dutch nemen, German nehmen, Gothic niman; see nimble). The native word, replaced by Scandinavian-derived take (v.) and out of use from c.1500 except in slang sense of "to steal," which endured into 19c.