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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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VIM is just starting to appear in enterprise collaboration systems.
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.
When it comes to calibration and verification, the pharmaceutical industry would benefit by moving towards adoption of the VIM definitions.
If a doctor's speciality does not involve direct patient care, VIM clinics also need help in areas such as the laboratory, triage service, outcomes management, and clinical quality management.
The concordance phase values for the ipsilateral hand were substantially higher than those of the contralateral hand before VIM DBS and were not changed by the stimulation (164 [+ or -] 8).
The Delta VIM valves are also compatible with different pressure range materials such as aluminum, steel or iron along with material types such as bar stock, extrusions and castings.
After investing approximately $8,000 to develop several prototypes of the VIM card, and partnering with award-winning graphic designer Darren Morgenthaler last July, HYLife began offering custom-tailored VIM cards to the public as an additional service.
We use the term systematic error in the VIM sense, as the mean error of an infinite number of measurements.
Fried and Rottman developed VIM as a result of a project for IBM, which involved a material that was too unstable for melt processing.
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.
M2 EQUITYBITES-November 19, 2014-Profire Energy buys Canada's VIM
Mohammad El Omari, Director of Strategy & Business Development of VIM, - “We are looking forward to presenting our most up-to-date media solutions, as well as innovative branding and marketing tools at the exhibition,” - he further commented.
It employs technology designed to deliver ultra-smooth films with exceptional defect performance, enabling in-situ deposition of the alternating silicon-based layers used in the formation of the VIM structure and its multi-station sequential processing (MSSP) architecture provides a solution to the cost of manufacturing for VIM that will allow acceleration of the technology into high volume production.