- William Sow·den [soud-n] /ˈsaʊd n/, 1858–1936, U.S. admiral, born in Canada.
- Subscriber Identity/Identification Module: a removable card inside a cell phone that stores data unique to the user, as an identification number, passwords, phone numbers, and messages.
Origin of SIM card
Examples from the Web for sims
Contemporary Examples of sims
The Sims brought the celebrity cameo game to the next level with a series of high-wattage star appearances.Kevin Spacey and the Most Inexplicable Celebrity Video Game Cameos
May 3, 2014
Sims shot at them, killing one, thirteen-year-old Virgil Ware.40 years for Justice: Did the FBI Cover for the Birmingham Bombers?
September 15, 2013
Or, as Sims finely puts it, the zombie will be found “moving blindly along a vector of memory.”
The point is where the mind goes, and, in that respect, Sims has his thematic territory down cold.
The pronoun is deliberate: the Sims was one of the first games to be played by women in significant numbers.SimCity Is Smarter Than You (Even If You’re an Urban Planner)
February 26, 2013
Historical Examples of sims
Sims rushed from the house, met Johnson, grasped him by the shoulders, shaking him.
There was a slight pause as Sims drummed impatiently on the phone.
As fortune would have it, Sims slunk into camp just at the dinner hour.
This he handed to Sims, who promptly opened it and started to read.
His mind reverted to Hard-winter Sims and the sheep camp by the Badwater.
- subscriber identity module card; a small card used in a mobile phone to store data about the network, telephone number, etc