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Definition of the noun Glim
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- [slang] A light, candle, lantern.
- [slang] An eye.
Glim is a neighborhood in Alexandria, Egypt.
- neighborhood of Alexandria
- GLIM is a statistical software program for fitting generalized linear models. It was developed by the Royal Statistical Society's Working Party on Statistical Computing, chaired initially by John Nelder. It was first released in 1974 with the last major release, GLIM4, in 1993. GLIM was distributed by the Numerical Algorithms Group.
- Glim is a software.
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Computational Statistics (2013)
Volume 1: Proceedings of the 10th Symposium on Computational Statistics by Yadolah Dodge, Joe Whittaker
*GLIM is a trademark of the Royal Statistical Society 2.2 PCA as a Regression Problem Assuming that Ua is 78.
by Michael Lewis-Beck, Alan E Bryman, Tim Futing Liao
GLIM is a statistical software package for the estimation of generalized linear models. It is flexible in handling user-defined macros. For further information, see the Web site of the software at www.nag.co.uk/stats/GDGEsoft.asp. —Tim Futing ...
Linear Models in Statistics by N. H. Bingham, John M. Fry
GLIM is a registered trademark of The Royal Statistical Society. 2 GenStat is a registered trademark of VSN International Limited, 5 The Waterhouse, Waterhouse Street, Hemel Hempstead, HP1 1ES, UK. 8.2 Definitions and examples Just as ...
The Pirate Primer (2010)
Mastering the Language of Swashbucklers and Rogues by George Choundas
show a glim [showoo aglem] move; quickly; get to it; snap to it; let's go; come on A glim is a source or point of light, such as the flame of a match or candle. “Show a glim,” therefore, is an appeal to the addressee to display some energy or to ...
by John Whitehead
$ Glim is a registered trademark of the Royal Statistical ...
by William Smith
Th«' glim is a na'mral exudation from the trunk and brcnchps of .je plant , which on being " exposed to the air grows hard, and is formed cither into lumps or slender pieces curled and winding like worms, more or less long acccrding M ...
by Marvin B. Sussman, Suzanne K. Steinmetz, Gary W. Peterson
GLIM is a generalized linear modeling program and LIMDEP is an economicetric package that is designed for models with limited dependent variables such as variables that are highly skewed, censored, and counts. Information about these ...
by Eric C. Guyer
Sun glim is a far more serious prohlem in the 3- to 5-p.m wavehand than in the 8- to 14-u.m wavehand. There is several hundred times more energy from the sun in the 3- to 5-u.m wavehand than in the 8- to 14-u.m wavehand. Thus even a ...
Second Edition with supplement by W.J. Kirwin, G. M. Story, J.D.A. Widdowson
glim n also glin, glynn. Glow or brightness seen over a distant ice-field; shimmer over ice; iceblink; ICE-GLIM.  1963 ...
Cobb's Abridgment of J. Walker's Critical Pronouncing Dictionary, and Expositor of the English Language, Carefully Compiled from the London Quarto Editions, Published Under the Inspection of the Author; in which Mr. Walker's Principles of Orthography and Pronunciation are Strictly Followed ... to which are Prefixed Concise Principles of Pronunciation, and Rules for Accentuation and the Division of Words: with an Appendix, Containing a Class of Words which are in Common Use in this Country, and Not Found in Walker's Dictionary (1841)
Particularly Designed for the Use of Schools by John Walker, Lyman Cobb
Glira mtr ed, glim' murd, pre. light, lustre : v. n. to shine with sudden flashes of light. Gleam ing, glèém' ing, par. Gleam ed, gléémd, pre. Gleam y, glèèrn' è, a. flashing, darting sudden shoots of light. Glean, gléèn, v. a. to gather what the reapers ...
Abridged from the Seven-volume Work, Entitled: Slang and Its Analogues by John Stephen Farmer, William Ernest Henley
Glim (or Glym). 1. A candle, dark lanthorn, fire, or light of any kind. To douse the glim, to put out the light : W. . estourbir la cabande ; also short for GlimmerorGlymmar(q.v.)(1696). 2. A sham account of a fire, sold by the Flying stationers (q.v.). 3.
by J. M. Pinto
Gleam, glim, n. Porzoll ; kiru Gleam, v. Porzollune; zogzogunc. Glen, glen, v. liatnchco conxeo vinchuuc, Iunvon velea nprant. Glide, gloid, v. Nisronc. Glimmer, glim'ar, v. Porzollunc.
by John Jamieson
GLIM, s. The venereal disease, Ayrs. GLIM, a. An inefi'ectual attempt to lay hold of an object, Aberd. Shirrefs. To GlE one the ...
Giving the Derivation, Source, Or Origin of Common Phrases, Allusions, and Words that Have a Tale to Tell by Ebenezer Cobham Brewer
Douse the Glim. Put out the light ; also knock out a man's eye. To douse is to lower in haste, as " Douse the top-sail " Glim, ...
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Video shows what glim means. A light, candle, lantern.. An eye.. brightness, splendour. Glim Meaning. How to pronounce, definition audio dictionary. How to say ...
Scrabble value of G2L1I1M3
The value of this 4-letter word is 7 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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