GRASS


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AcronymDefinition
GRASSGeographic Resources Analysis Support System
GRASSGraphical Representation and Analysis of Structure Server
GRASSGuilt, Resentment, Anxiety, Self-Absorption, Stress (psychology)
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 ?
The morning dew was still lying on the thick undergrowth of the grass, and that he might not get his feet wet, Sergey Ivanovitch asked his brother to drive him in the trap up to the willow tree from which the carp was caught.
As I looked about me I felt that the grass was the country, as the water is the sea.
Foulon who told the starving people they might eat grass! Foulon who told my old father that he might eat grass, when I had no bread to give him!
She was glad that there was grass under her feet and that her steps made no sounds.
Once a beautiful flower put its head out from the grass, but when it saw the notice-board it was so sorry for the children that it slipped back into the ground again, and went off to sleep.
They walked on across the fields and down the shady lanes, sometimes getting over a fragment of a fence so rotten that it dropped at a touch of the foot, sometimes passing near a wreck of bricks and beams overgrown with grass, marking the site of deserted works.
The sight of the dried-up grass had inspired the doctor with a bold idea.
"Gogoomy," she said sharply, "you no cut 'm grass, my word, I bang
He sniffed the sweetness of the tawny grass, which entered his brain and set his thoughts whirling on from the particular to the universal.
He remembered how he lay there in the grass, wet-cheeked but no longer sobbing, listening to the sound and wondering that he had been able to hear it on the beach of Ringmanu.
Presently he removed the quiver from his shoulder, and emptying the arrows upon the ground reached into the bottom of the bag-like receptacle and drew forth a flat object wrapped in many soft leaves and tied with bits of long grass.
He ordered the best hay with plenty of oats, crushed beans, and bran, with vetches, or rye grass, as the man might think needful.