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GEMGateway to Educational Materials
GEMGrowth Enterprise Market
GEMGlobal Entrepreneurship Monitor
GEMGreen-Eyed Monster (various meanings)
GEMGreater Europe Mission (Monument, CO)
GEMGenetically Engineered Mouse
GEMGeriatric Emergency Medicine
GEMGender Empowerment Measure (UN)
GEMGrowing Equity Mortgage (loans)
GEMGeriatric Emergency Management (Canada)
GEMGlobal Earthquake Model (est. 2006)
GEMGlobal Education Motivators
GEMGenetic and Evolutionary Methods (conference)
GEMGlobal Economic Monitor (World Bank)
GEMGlobal Equity Market
GEMGeneral Entity Manipulator
GEMGlobal E-Management
GEMGeneralized Executive for Realtime Multiprocessor
GEMGlobal Enterprise Manager
GEMGrain Equalization and Management
GEMGlobal Electric Motorcars
GEMGigabit Ethernet Module
GEMGraphic Engineering Machine
GEMGraphics Expression Machine
GEMGlobus Executable Management
GEMGovernment e-Market Place (India)
GEMGlycosphingolipid-Enriched Microdomains
GEMGrenoble Ecole de Management (French: Grenoble School of Management)
GEMGlobal Egyptian Museum (virtual museum)
GEMGlobal Environmental Multiscale Model
GEMGraphics Environment Manager
GEMGlobally Executable MHP
GEMGlobal Environment Monitoring (EU)
GEMGerman Equatorial Mount (telescope support structure)
GEMGillett Evernham Motorsports (now Richard Petty Motosports)
GEMGeneral Equilibrium Model
GEMGlobal Electric Motorcar
GEMGlobal Emerging Market
GEMGeriatric Evaluation & Management
GEMGuidance Enhanced Missile
GEMGeneric Equipment Model
GEMGlobal Energy Marketplace
GEMGlobal Express Mail (USPS)
GEMGlobal Education Mission (est. 1995)
GEMGrey Eagle Mine (California)
GEMGeneric Electronic Module (Ford)
GEMGrupo de Educación Popular con Mujeres (Spanish: Education Group Popular with Women)
GEMGround Effect Machine
GEMGPON Encapsulation Method
GEMGuild of Experienced Motorists (now GEM Motoring Assist; UK)
GEMThe Group for Education in Museums
GEMGas Electron Multiplier (nuclear physics)
GEMGraphite Epoxy Motor
GEMGuideline Elements Model (XML-based guideline document model)
GEMGroundwater Education in Michigan
GEMGraduate Entry Medicine
GEMGeneralized Emulation of Microcircuits
GEMGlobal Evangelization Movement
GEMGulf Ecosystem Monitoring
GEMGenetically Engineered Microorganism
GEMGeneral Ecosystem Model
GEMGalactic Emission Mapping
GEMGender-Equitable Man (scale)
GEMGoddard Earth Model
GEMGround Enhancement Material (Erico)
GEMGenerating Medicare Physician Quality Performance Measurement Results (Medicare; US DHHS)
GEMGeneralized Event Monitoring
GEMGroupe d'Étude de la Main
GEMGeneration of Weather Elements for Multiple Applications
GEMGPS Embedded Module (Rockwell Collins)
GEMGIG (Global Information Grid) Enterprise Management (US DoD Architectural Vision)
GEMGovernment, Education and Major Accounts
GEMGreynet Enterprise Manager (software)
GEMGlobal Edu-Tech Management Group (North Barrington, IL)
GEMGeneral Elective Module
GEMGraduate Engineering Management
GEMGreat Engineering Methodology
GEMGrupo Educativo Marin (Marin Educational Group)
GEMGenerable Enigmatic Matrix (My-Otome anime and manga)
GEMGlobal Engagement Manager (software in the Missile Defense Agency C2BMC element)
GEMGround Electronics Maintenance
GEMGraphical Evaluation Module
GEMGive Early Money
GEMGovernment Electronic Mall (GSA)
GEMGibbs Energy Minimisation
GEMGifted Education in Mathematics
GEMGlobal Enterprise Management of Storage
GEMGlobal Education Multimedia
GEMGun Effectiveness Model
GEMGeneral Electric Metallized lamp (1904)
GEMGeneric Equipment Module
GEMGeneral Environmental Message
GEMGalloway Enrichment Model (New Jersey)
GEMGeorgia Enriches Minds
GEMNational Consortium for Graduate Engineering Degrees for Minorities
GEMGamma, Electron and Muon Detector
GEMGround Equipment Model
GEMGiant Antennal Mechanoreceptor
GEMGlobal Execution Manager
GEMGlobal Electronics Modification
GEMGeneral Executive Memo
GEMGuidance Evaluation Model
GEMGoal Editor Module
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References in classic literature ?
The deity predicted certain disaster to the presumptuous mortal who laid hands on the sacred gem, and to all of his house and name who received it after him.
As if to allay their too sanguine hopes, they recurred to the Indian traditions that a spirit kept watch about the gem, and bewildered those who sought it either by removing it from peak to peak of the higher hills, or by calling up a mist from the enchanted lake over which it hung.
The Reverend brought away a pretty high opinion of Cholley as a manly young fellow, with stuff in him for a useful citizen; he considered him rather a rough gem, but a gem, nevertheless.
He who wears one of its mates will experience the same feeling; it is caused by an electrical action that takes place the moment two of these gems cut from the same mother stone come within the radius of each other's power.
There were silver and gold, as she had said there would be, and crystal which glittered like the gems which the women wore.
I am very sorry--but we must stay a little longer, for the sake of a living picture, the gem of the collection.
What did they say, then, of the disappearance of these gems?"
Tarzan resumed his playing with the gems, and his conversation with Werper as though nothing unusual had occurred.
We can not bring ourselves to believe that the selections of the "Book of Gems" are such as will impart to a poetical reader the clearest possible idea of the beauty of the school-but if the intention had been merely to show the school's character, the attempt might have been considered successful in the highest degree.
"Moreover, the City glitters with beautiful gems, which might far better be used for rings, bracelets and necklaces; and there is enough money in the King's treasury to buy every girl in our Army a dozen new gowns.
Perhaps, in some remote unborn century, a more fortunate explorer may hit upon the "Open Sesame," and flood the world with gems. But, myself, I doubt it.
Besides the massive golden signet ring, which marked his ecclesiastical dignity, his fingers, though contrary to the canon, were loaded with precious gems; his sandals were of the finest leather which was imported from Spain; his beard trimmed to as small dimensions as his order would possibly permit, and his shaven crown concealed by a scarlet cap richly embroidered.