aime

All Noun Verb
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  • Students who score well on the AMC move on to take the AIME.
  • But instead of using black to cover the background, in Je t'aime No.
  • Paris, je t'aime opened the Un Certain Regard section of the festival.
  • The lowest AIME score among those 330 first selected will determine a floor value.
  • The Petroleum Division of AIME continued to grow throughout the next three decades.
  • The UT AIME jazz group also has one track on this recording (ten piece group).
  • Her "Aime-moi" was released three days after her death.
  • As a result, AIME formed a standing committee on oil and gas in 1913.
  • Paris, je t'aime was a popular success, taking over $17 million, at the world box-office.
  • One might almost think Aime Martin and the other great authorities on this subject wrote in a mood of irony. Cited from Certain Personal Matters, by H. G. Wells
  • In his work before and after the Je t'aime series, Motherwell would mainly use either or black and white.
  • A music video was produced for the song with "Je ne t'aime plus".
  • The town is served by the Aime-la-Plagne railway station.
  • However, he actually created the "Je t'aime" paintings while he was going through a divorce with his second wife.
  • If a student takes both exams, they may use either score towards qualification to the AIME or USAMO.
  • AIME did not adopt a code of ethics in its history.
  • Spare your selfe my good Lord; my brave friends aime at nothing but the vertue. Cited from A King, and No King, by Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher
  • When this new single was announced in the media, persistent rumors claimed that the title would be "Aime".
  • In addition to his work before the Je t'aime series, his paintings after this series goes back to mainly using black as the color in his painting.
  • Je t'aime moi non plus was the first film directed by Gainsbourg.
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