MIME

Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions - format definitions for attachments to be sent across the Internet. A set of extensions to SMTP. MIME is also used to define content for HTML, MMS (as in SMIL), Web Services (as in WSDL) and WML.

MIME

Multimedia Internet Message Extensions + Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions

mime

Mime shows were not plays without words, but more they were adventure plays, sometimes very rude, with songs and music.

MIME

MIME (Multi-Purpose Internet Mail Extensions) is an extension of the original Internet e-mail protocol that lets people use the protocol to exchange different kinds of data file on the Internet: audio, video, images, application programs, and other kinds, as well as the ASCII text handled in the original protocol, the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol...
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Mime

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Mime

• (n.) An actor in such representations. • (n.) A kind of drama in which real persons and events were generally represented in a ridiculous manner. • (v. i.) To mimic.
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MIME

(In topic `Security`) acronym for Multi-purpose Internet Mail Extension (see Internet security protocols).
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20477

MIME

(Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions) -- A standard that allows users to send and receive electronic mail messages with multimedia content over the Internet.
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mime

pantomime noun a performance using gestures and body movements without words
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Mime

Mime intransitive verb To mimic. [ Obsolete] -- Mim'er noun
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Mime

Mime noun [ Latin mimus , Greek ..., akin to ... to imitate, to mimic: confer French mime . Confer Mimosa .] 1. A kind of drama in which real persons and events were generally represented in a ridiculous manner. 2. An actor in such representations.
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mime

a play without words. Example: 'Act Without Words (1),' a mime by Samuel Beckett, 1m.
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mime

Although mime is a theatrical tradition that goes back centuries if not millennia, in a specifically film and television context the term refers to the practice of pretending to be producing a sound that is in fact being generated elsewhere. Good examples of miming can be seen in most music videos, where bands pretend to be performing what are in f...
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mime

an actor who communicates entirely by gesture
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mime

Facial expression. (NOT: mimicry = adaptation for survival in which an organism takes on the semblance another organism or a nonliving object.) ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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mime

facial expression. (NOT: mimicry = adaptation for survival in which an organism takes on the semblance another organism or a non-living object.)
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MIME

In computing, standard for transferring multimedia e-mail messages and World Wide Web hypertext documents over the Internet. Under MIME, binary files (any file not in plain text, such as graphics and audio) are translated into a form of ASCII before transmission, and then turned back into binary form by the recipient
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mime

mime 1. A performance using gestures and body movements without words. 2. An actor who communicates entirely by gestures and facial expressions. 3. To act out without words but only with gestures and bodily movements: 'The young actors mimed eating an apple.' 4. To imitate a person, a manner, etc.; especially, for satirical effects. 5. Etymolog...
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Mime

Mime is a kind of dramatic performance that was common among the ancient Greeks and Romans. Mimes appear to have originated among the Greek colonists of Southern Italy, and consisted first of extemporary representations at festivals of ludicrous incidents of common life, but were afterwards more artistically developed. The Roman mimes were not unli...
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mime

mime: see pantomime.
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MIME

Multi-purpose Internet Mail Extensions. A developing standard, specified in RFC 1521. MIME compliant mailers allow a user to encode an object and specify a viewer type for that object, and then mail the object to someone who has neither the proper decoder nor viewer on their own MIME-compliant system.
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MIME

Multipurpose Internet Mail Extension is the protocol that defines the way files are attached to SMTP messages.
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MIME

Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions
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MIME

Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions - Internet mail was originally designed to carry text messages composed of 7-bit US ASCII characters - MIME extends the format of Internet mail messages to include information about the type of data in the message (e.g. 'this message is a PostScript document', 'this message is a GIF image', etc.) and provides m...
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MIME

Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions, details ...
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