CHIMIN. This is a corruption of the French word chemin, a highway. It is used by old writers. Com. Dig. Chimin.

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The adaptation period reduces the stress produced by the liquid medium and the physiological alterations resulting from physical training (Chimin et al., 2009).
Chimin et al., "Palmitoleic acid (n-7) increases white adipocytes GLUT4 content and glucose uptake in association with AMPK activation," Lipids in Health and Disease, vol.
(5.) Bolsoni-Lopes A, Festuccia WT, Chimin P, et al.
(20.) Perandini LA, Chimin P, Okuno N, Lima J, Buchhit M, Nakamura F.
Chimin Wong and Wu Lien-the, History of Chinese Medicine, 2nd ed.
(a) Laboratoire de Chimin des Substances Naturelles et de Synthese Organique, Faculte des Sciences lie Monastir, (UK 99/URI12-26), 5000 Monastir, Tunisie
Wagner H.S., New York City; Daniel Chimin Choi, Syosset H.S., Syosset; Simeon Charles McMillan, Uniondale H.S., Uniondale; Rohini Subhadra Rau-Murthy, Yorktown H.S., Yorktown Heights.
During the week before the race, most of the riders visit a chimin. To show respect for tradition, they bring with them candles and aguardiente.