Definitions for "Mime"
Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (MIME) - a standard for encoding different application content types so they can be transferred using Internet protocols such as SMTP and HTTP.
Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions. The standard for attaching non-text files ,such as graphics, sound files, to regular Internet mail messages. Modem A device that allows computers to interact with each other via telephone lines by converting digital signals to analog for transmitting and back to digital for receiving. Modems allow data to be transmitted over voice-grade telephone lines.
Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions. A specification for formatting non-ASCII data for transport over the Internet.
The art of representing actions, events, situations, or stories solely by gestures and body movements, without speaking; pantomime{3}.
An actor who performs or specializes in mime{3}; an actor who communicates entirely by gesture and facial expression; a pantomime{2}; a pantomimist; a mimer.
a form of theatre performance in which action and character are suggested using gesture, movement, and facial expression without words or sounds
Keywords:  terrible, y'know, login, thing, waste
a bright new original thought with an army A Mind Is A Terrible Thing To Taste Dahmer A Mind Without Books Is Like A Body Without A Soul A Mississippi river boat captain might drive a Delta
a Terrible Thi
a terrible thing, a waste
Keywords:  mimic
A mimic.
To mimic.
A kind of drama in which real persons and events were generally represented in a ridiculous manner; an ancient Greek or Roman form of farce.
A drama structure involving the presentation of ideas or feelings through movement, without dialogue; also a performer of mime.
a form of ancient Greek and Roman theatrical entertainment in which familiar characters and situations were farcically portrayed on stage, often with coarse dialogue and ludicrous actions
Keywords:  minicom
Keywords:  minisite
An actor in such representations.
imitate (a person, a manner, etc.), especially for satirical effect; "The actor mimicked the President very accurately"
Keywords:  beckett, samuel, verb, noun, words
a play without words. Example: "Act Without Words (1)," a mime by Samuel Beckett, 1m.
noun + verb Body movements used to convey meaning without using words.
Keywords:  random, rare, event
a VERY rare random event
Managing Impacts in the marine environment
a method of registering content types and their associated actions with mechanisms for actions such as retrieval and display.
A scheme for specifying the data type of digital material.
A widely supported technique for identifying content formats.
The uniform format of passing data between different applications