GRASS


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AcronymDefinition
GRASSGeographic Resources Analysis Support System
GRASSGraphical Representation and Analysis of Structure Server
GRASSGerminating Ray-Acoustics Simulation System
GRASSGeneralized Reactor Analysis Subsystem
GRASSGenerally Regarded As Somewhat Safe :-)
GRASSGradient Refocused Acquisition in Steady-State (medical physics)
References in classic literature ?
It seemed as if the grass were about to run over them, and over the plum-patch behind the sod chicken-house.
She was glad that there was grass under her feet and that her steps made no sounds.
Husbands, and brothers, and young men, Give us the blood of Foulon, Give us the head of Foulon, Give us the heart of Foulon, Give us the body and soul of Foulon, Rend Foulon to pieces, and dig him into the ground, that grass may grow from him
He found a little wisp of grass floating there, and clung to it till he lost his senses.
At last it began to grow dusk, and the sun sank behind the mountains; gradually it became cooler on the hill, and the grass grew wet with dew.
By degrees, one after another, they were overcome with slumber, and lay down in the mown grass.
At intervals all was still, and their shoes sounded like a herd of cattle passing over the grass.
If forced to fight in a salt-marsh, you should have water and grass near you, and get your back to a clump of trees.
As soon as the precise spot is pitched upon, blankets, saddle-cloths, and other coverings are spread over the surrounding grass and bushes, to prevent foot-tracks, or any other derangement; and as few hands as possible are employed.
Even the grass was not green, for the sun had burned the tops of the long blades until they were the same gray color to be seen everywhere.
They found that they should have to make a prolonged halt, and take a careful inspection of the balloon: so the flame of the cylinder was moderated, and the anchors, flung out from the car, ere long began to sweep the grass of an immense prairie, that, from a certain height, looked like a shaven lawn, but the growth of which, in reality, was from seven to eight feet in height.
So intent was he upon this personal appraisement of his features that he did not hear the parting of the tall grass behind him as a great body pushed itself stealthily through the jungle; nor did his companion, the ape, hear either, for he was drinking and the noise of his sucking lips and gurgles of satisfaction drowned the quiet approach of the intruder.