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vim and vigor

Cliché energy; enthusiasm. Show more vim and vigor! Let us know you're alive. She's sure got a lot of vim and vigor.
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vim and vigor

Ebullient vitality and energy, as in He was full of vim and vigor after that swim. This redundant expression uses both vim and vigor in the sense of "energy" or "strength."
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vim and vigor

n. energy; enthusiasm; moxie. Show more vim and vigor! Let us know you’re alive.
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vim and vigor

Full of vitality and enthusiasm. Here's another redundant phase : “vim” comes from a Latin word for “stength,” while “vigor” means the same thing. But alliteration carries the day, so if you're full of vim and vigor, you're hot to trot and go to go. A similar expression is “piss 'n' vinegar,” the latter word having long been used to mean a sharp vitality.
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Thus, the use of jus ad vim as a means to enhance a state's capacity to act on just cause proportionately and discriminately may lead to its propensity to do the opposite.
Methylated markers BMP3, NDRG4, VIM, and TFPI2 were found to discriminate CRC and adenoma from healthy tissue at high diagnostic sensitivity and specificity.
We have presented the case of a patient with tremor predominant PD who had become refractory to medication but who then experienced tremor reduction and increased force control following VIM stimulation.
Fried sees opportunities for VIM in truck beds, floor pans, underbody spoilers, bumpers, and battery trays.
Coastal VIM received a start-up grant from the Horizon Foundation for New Jersey to address the pressing need for free healthcare in this community.
Hany Dweik, Managing Partner of VIM, and further added: “At our specially equipped stand, we are going to engage the visitors into a real-time interaction with Augmented Reality, thus giving them an opportunity to create their personal AR experience and bringing to the spotlight major features and benefits of this technology.
Diabetes affects low-income people in greater numbers because of poor nutritional choices, said Cheryl Moore, a diabetes nurse educator at the VIM clinic.
Hampton Industries, had negotiated an early cancellation of the previous tenant' (The VIM Store) lease, as well as a new lease with Aldo Shoes at a very attractive rent.
McMurry Publishing began life with president and chairman Preston McMurry's creation of Vim & Vigor magazine in 1984.
In two decades, VIM has established credibility with customers such as Pratt & Whitney, General Electric, and IBM, for which B&R makes material-handling trays.
Unlike electric arc furnaces in which the refractory lining--acid or basic--significantly affects the melt, dephosphorizing or desulfurizing is possible with the VIM process only using additions.
As soon as the roof was partially completed, assembly began of the 30-ton VIM using a modified design-and-build technique to overcome the elements and a compressed schedule.
30, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Secunia, the leading provider of IT security solutions that enablese businesses and private individuals to manage and control vulnerability threats, today announced the general availability of the new version of Secunia's Vulnerability Intelligence Manager, the VIM 4.
Two lay people from Jamaica and one from Trinidad, who have volunteered to serve in Toronto's tough neighbourhood of Jane and Finch, also joined the group in the exercise, which was part of a three-week orientation program for new volunteers (Anglicans call the outreach program it began in 1986 as Volunteers in Mission or VIM.
In its first year, the VIM clinic met a clear need in the community, clinic leaders said, and worked in tandem with Eugene's older low-income medical clinic, White Bird.