aim to

aim to

To strive or plan to do something. I aim to be the best customer service representative I can be. I'm aiming to win Holly's heart—she is just the prettiest girl in the whole town.
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aim to

Try or intend to do something, as in We aim to please, or She aims to fly to California. This term derives from aim in the sense of "direct the course of something," such as an arrow or bullet. [Colloquial; c. 1600]
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Included in this new client are a mobile dashboard to set up AIM to forward instant messages to the user's cell phone and an expanded Buddy List[R] feature to add up to 1,000 buddies.
He will provide the type of leadership, continuity and direction for the association that will enable AIM to continue to successfully address the many opportunities and challenges within our industry," states Mr.
Invitations can be sent to any desired participant via AIM to a PC, via AIM and SMS to a PDA or cellular phone, and via any telephone number entered by the host.
This allows large Web sites to use AIM to drive subscriptions, increase customer retention, speed communications, increase transactions, enhance service and save on communications costs," Smith added.
Sachnowitz brings more than a decade of large-cap growth management experience at AIM to his new role with AIM Weingarten Fund, AIM's most recognized large-cap growth fund.
Following general agreement on an initial proposal, IMPALA mandated AIM to negotiate with Napster on behalf of its independent label members throughout Europe.
These marketing transactions have become incredibly data-intensive; the new collaboration with Network Appliance will allow AIM to efficiently store its burgeoning fan database.
net -- will be able to upgrade their co-branded versions of AIM to benefit their consumers who have joined the AIM community through these partnerships.
By joining INVESCO at The Richards Group, AIM gains combined media power and consolidated resources with which to leverage agency knowledge of the industry," said Marilyn Miller, AIM senior vice president of retail marketing, "With our plans to launch a new campaign in the fourth quarter of 1999, we believe that now is the best time for AIM to make a change.
The addition of AIM to the Network will provide the brokers that depend on the MoneyStar solution with an increased diversity of funds to offer their clients," said Marc Ferguson, chairman and founder of MoneyStar.
In excess of 28 companies have subsequently upgraded from AIM to a full LSE listing.