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GMGeneral Motors
GMGeneral Manager
GMGood Morning
GMGrand Master
GMGeometric Mean
GMGenetic Modification
GMGermany
GMGame Master
GMGeneral MIDI
GMGame Maker (software)
GMGenetically Modified
GMGold Medal
GMGeneral Mills
GMGrand Marquis (auto model)
GMGreen Machine (nickname for The Cavaliers Drum and Bugle Corps, Rosemont, IL)
GMGambia
GMGenetic Manipulation
GMGroup Manager
GMGross Margin
GMGeneral Merchandise
GMGreater Manchester (UK)
GMGray Matter
GMGrowth Medium
GMGeneral Market
GMGreat Move (online chess)
GMGospel Music
GMGoogle Mail
GMGood Match
GMGot Milk?
GMGas Mask
GMGroup Message
GMGuided Missile
GmGermanic (linguistics)
GMGeneral Music
GMGuild Master
GMGorillamask (website)
GMGoldmember (Austin Powers movie)
GMGrand Marnier (liqueur)
Gmtransconductance
GMGoat's Milk
GMGame Moderator (online multiplayer games)
GMGlobal Motors
GMGreen Manure
GMGold Master (final/master copy of a software product release)
GMGrant Morrison (comic book writer)
GMGerman Measles
GMGirly Man
GMGold Medallion (Delta Sky Miles Program)
GMGeneral Major (German)
GMGarry's Mod (Half-Life2 modification)
GMGunner's Mate (US Navy and US Coast Guard rating)
GMGrand Marshall
GMGeiger-Müller
GMGluteus Maximus
GMGun Mount
GmGigameter
GMGeorge Medal
GMGrowth Monitoring
GMGravity Model
GMRepublic of Gambia
GMGeneral Mayhem (game)
GMGiant-Man (comic)
GMMetacentric Height
GMGoal Management
GMGlobal Memory
GMGingival Margin
GMGreen Mother (gaming)
GMGround Mobile
GMAir Senegal International (ICAO code)
GMGod Machine
GMGeneral Merit
GMGovernment Mule (band)
GMGlobally Minded (fair trade products)
GMGrateful Med
GMGuru Meditation (Amiga OS error)
GMGeneral Magistrate (Florida law)
GMGeodetic Mission
GMGround Mapping
GMSilty Gravels (soil type)
GMGroup Modem
GMGambler Master (USDAA dog agility title)
GMGrotesque Mask (Everquest gaming)
GMGroup Metric
GMGrand Multipara
GMGuard Mail
GMGloria Macarenko (CBC News Anchor)
GMGeospace Mission
GMGuidance Manager
GMGouvernements Marine (Dutch)
GMGrupos de Métodos (Spanish: group of methods)
GMGainesville Midland Railroad Company
GMGravity Field and Mass Determination Measurements (NASA)
GMGeneral Maintenance Aptitude Area
GMGenerator Matrix/Matrices
GMGodmodding (gaming)
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Before embarking on an in-depth examination of the role of fate and doom in The Silmarillion and Germanic mythology, it is necessary to get an idea of the semantic field of these words, for they do not avail themselves of a singular, all-encompassing definition.
supervisor, Detlef Brandes, and the general tendency of German historiography on the "Russlanddeutschen," treats all Germanic colonists as a single, undifferentiated group.
derived from Frankish *ban, ultimately from Germanic *band(w)-, see Gothic bandwa 'sign').
Wiik proposes that the cause of the consonant shifts in Proto-Germanic described by Grimm's Law and Verner's Law was incomplete learning of Proto Germanic by shifting Finno-Ugric speakers (Wiik 1997a; 2002).
Ancient Privileges discusses Germanic law and the editing of Beowulf, two subjects with more in common than might be thought.
In an extra twist the evergreen tree has been ascribed magical power by the Germanic peoples as a representation of fertility.
The Latinate portion of the English lexicon is generally considered a mark of "high linguistic register", in the sense of a literate level of language use that is more appropriate to formal or learned communicative contexts than everyday colloquial items deriving from native Germanic sources (Bauer 1983; Givon 1993).
One interesting though controversial feature of this dictionary is its championing of the European substrate theory, which contends that lexical units found only in Germanic are likely to be loanwords from the language of the pre-Indo-European inhabitants of Europe.
Sarti's own research has concentrated on servants in early modern Italian households, so she must have a certain satisfaction in showing that, from antiquity well into the early modern era, familia and its multi-lingual cognates (the term permeated European language groups, whether Celtic, Germanic, Romance, or Slavic) referred to people liable to the authority of a paterfamilias.
A former officer in the German Army, undoubtedly influenced by his colonial service in the tropics, Suren used his camera to re-create scenes from the naked and blithe life of Germanic tribes prior to their contact with the more reticent Christian civilization.
From the front, the Lucerne is clearly trying to hit Lexus head-on; from the rear, the style takes on a more Germanic sense, ala Volkswagen Phaeton (not sure you'd want to model your styling after VW's biggest failure).
And at last we can start to recognize the terrible suffering of the Germans: the flattening of most of their cities, in clear violation of the Geneva Conventions, signed by the British and the Americans; the hundreds of thousands of refugees, and the rubbing out of thousand-year-old Germanic cultures in many parts of Eastern Europe.