GUMS


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AcronymDefinition
GUMSGuilan University of Medical Sciences (Iran)
GUMSGrid User Management System (computer network security)
References in classic literature ?
The other was, by a certain composition of gums, minerals, and vegetables, outwardly applied, to prevent the growth of wool upon two young lambs; and he hoped, in a reasonable time to propagate the breed of naked sheep, all over the kingdom.
Her open mouth showed the pale gums drawn back from the teeth, which looked positively longer and sharper than usual.
Lucy was breathing somewhat stertorously, and her face was at its worst, for the open mouth showed the pale gums.
Her breathing grew stertorous, the mouth opened, and the pale gums, drawn back, made the teeth look longer and sharper than ever.
This steady growth in demand for gum arabic is instrumented by factors, namely:
SWEET manufacturers are facing demands to help with the multi-million-pound clean-up of discarded chewing gum blighting the country's high streets.
Bleeding gums can be an early sign of gum disease, which, left untreated, can cause gum tenderness, bad breath, receding gums and, ultimately, tooth loss.
Gum disease, also known as periodontal disease, is a chronic bacterial infection that affects the gums and bone supporting the teeth.
The most well-known, widely distributed sugar-free gums often contain several sugar alcohols in addition to artificial sweeteners.
Americans are chewing a lot less gum these days, according to a new report from Rabobank--and it is mints, that are taking the 'share of mouth'.
NEW YORK -- As gum sales decline, gum is losing some of its prized real estate at the checkout lane.
This surgery involves the use of a scalpel to cut and "push back" the gums to take away the diseased gum tissues.