GIFT


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AcronymDefinition
GIFTGamete Intrafallopian Transfer
GIFTGNU Image-Finding Tool
GIFTGeneral Import Format Technology (Moodle)
GIFTGrowing in Faith Together
GIFTGovernment Information Finder Technology (Canada)
GIFTGod Is Forever There
GIFTGeorgia Industrial Fellowships for Teachers (Georgia Institute of Technology)
GIFTGranulocyte Immunofluorescence Test
GIFTGod Is Faithful Today
GIFTGiving in Faith Together (Nashville, TN)
GIFTGenetic Investigation and Facilitation Team (MMOG games)
GIFTGlobal Integrability of Field Theories and Applications
GIFTGod Is Forever True (ministries)
GIFTGenmark Integration Framework and Technology
GIFTGas Insulated Flow Tube
GIFtGlobal Issues Fund
GIFTGeneralised Index Facility Toolbox (NZ)
GIFTGive Indiana Funds for Tomorrow
References in classic literature ?
Fruits are acceptable gifts, because they are the flower of commodities, and admit of fantastic values being attached to them.
Secretly did the Father snatch her away and gave her a gift, the golden necklace, the toy which Hephaestus the famed craftsman once made by his cunning skill and brought and gave it to his father for a possession.
For example, then, said the little woman, what species of gift did Monsieur desire?
But the memory of the vision, the memory that abides forever within the seer made him say to her with the naive austerity of a convert awed by the touch of a new creed, "You haven't the gift.
Had the Queen of Sheba lived in the flat across the airshaft, Della would have let her hair hang out the window some day to dry just to depreciate Her Majesty's jewels and gifts.
Some people may say that it was Tuskegee's good luck that brought to us this gift of fifty thousand dollars.
you have urged him beyond his natural gifts, and he is like a worried hound.
So twelve fairies came, each with a high red cap on her head, and red shoes with high heels on her feet, and a long white wand in her hand: and after the feast was over they gathered round in a ring and gave all their best gifts to the little princess.
Let us add to them these two-and- a-half roubles of yours, and buy the books together, and make them our joint gift.
genius, or only a very distinguished talent, the gift which Amiel nursed so jealously did come into evidence.
It was early morning, and the rosy light shone brightly through the lily-leaves upon her, as Thistle entered, and laid his first gift at the Brownie King's feet.
I was blinded with passion and yielded to my worser mind; therefore I will make amends, and will give him great gifts by way of atonement.