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Put simply, NIMs are contagious--NIMs inspire other NIMs to form, thus confirming Stauber's (1965) suspicion that there is "a strong causal relationship between incorporations--that the origin of municipalities was somehow more strongly associated with the actions of other municipalities than with some factor such as the need or demand for improved services" (35).
NIMS and Empa - the leading materials science research institutes in Japan and Switzerland - join efforts in developing a flagship journal that provides high-quality information on recent developments in materials science within an open-access platform.
"Our NIMs' estimates are more conservative than management guidance," remarked Akbar.
Granta will make the NIMS data available as a data module later in 2012.
" Unless he complains of any other complications, there is no possibility of Raju being shifted to NIMS again.
Only organizations that have implemented NIMS can recoup any portion of such expenses from the federal government.
Under terms of the deal, Boston, Massachusetts-based Keane will pay an initial $20m in cash to acquire Nims, and a further $15m based on the company achieving certain performance targets over the next three years.
"Pillowtex is one of the big factors," said John Nims, president of the manufacturing operations at Parkdale.
NIMS, the National Institute for Metalworking Skills, is working on a program to provide consistent credentialing for metalworking occupations.
(Nasdaq: NOVL), Salt Lake City, a leading supplier of Net services software, has debuted Novell(R) Internet Messaging System(TM) (NIMS) for the Solaris and Linux platforms.
(NIMS) is a compilation of duties and national skill standards for the moldmaking and die-casting moldmaker.