verb (used with or without object), nimmed, nim·ming.Archaic.
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When she got him, she just decided she was going to have fun with Nim.
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.
Project Nim, in theaters Friday, chronicles a bizarre 1970s project that sought to teach chimpanzees language.
A campaign was then spearheaded by Ingersoll to save Nim, and after dozens of letters, his voice was heard.
Take of fresh nim leaves a sufficiency; bruise and moisten with tepid water.
Thus, the verb to carry is nim bemn, I carry; nim bemn-ego, I am carried.
Thus neen, is sometimes rendered ne, or nin, and sometimes nim.
Nim, call that boy to mind the oxen while you come in, or I've a notion they'll be makin' free with Miss's flowers here.'Cedar Creek|Elizabeth Hely Walshe
The system is highly modular and is built into NIM bins with modified back connectors.On-Line Data-Acquisition Systems in Nuclear Physics, 1969|H. W. Fulbright et al.