GERR

AcronymDefinition
GERRGeneralization Error
GERRGlobal Error
GERRGenetically Epilepsy Resistant Rats
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Tests of balance assess the integrated function of several components of the nervous system, including the vestibular apparatus, cerebellum, and proprioceptive system (Gerr et al.
GERR and GJRR are much larger than their net counterparts and show that a large proportion of establishments and jobs are created and destroyed each year.
"If you took all the material in a ship and crushed it together so there's no air, it would sink like a stone," says Gerr.
"Regulatory compliance should not be viewed as a corporate tax that IT must burden," commented Peter Gerr, an analyst with ESG.
Love from Agnes, Anne-Marie, Paul, Leo and Libby xxx McARTHUR GERARD (GERR | Y) On January 27, 27 Gerry, dear brother of Arthur and Tom (Tot) T andadear brother-in-other-in-other law and Uncle.
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Arrest: Jennifer Gerr, 40, of 9 Wildflower Drive, Sutton, drunkenness.
Pool-ing power: Yossi Benayoun rifles home No.2 to sink sorry Blackburn; Gerr in there: Liverpool talisman Stevie Gerrard rounds off the win with a late third; Alon time coming: Xabi Alonso pumps his fists in delight after ending the Reds' goal woes
GEM: Jermain Defoe scores for England and shows his delight; DAVID JAMES; WES BROWN; RIO FERDINAND; MAT THEW UPSON; ASHLEY COLE; GARETH BARRY; FRANK LAMPARD; STEVEN GERR ARD; THEO WALCOTT; WAYNE ROONEY; EMILE HESKEY
LEICESTER: Henderson 7, Stearman 7, Gerr Brand 6, Kisnorbo 6, Johansson 7, Maybury 6, Gudjonsson 6, Hughes 6 (Hammond 6), Tiatto 5 (Williams 6), Fryatt 6, Hulme 6 (O'Grady 6).
According to Peter Gerr, research analyst with the Enterprise Strategy Group, "From my perspective, compliance should not be seen as another corporate tax, but as an opportunity, a strategic investment that also helps an organization improve its ability to manage and protect its valuable information assets throughout their lifecycle."