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GDG-Dragon (South Korean recording artist)
GDGoal Difference (soccer)
GDGoal Differential (soccer)
GDGeneral Dynamics
GDGold(en) Dollar
GDGrade
GDGuard
GDGeometry Dash (video game series)
GDGraphic Design(er)
GDGroup Discussion(s)
GDGreen Day (band)
GDGrenada (country code, top level domain)
GDGood Day
GDGold Digger
GDGadolinium
GDGuangdong (China)
GDGraph Drawing
GDGardner Denver, Inc. (pneumatic products company)
GDGeneric Drug
GDGroundhog Day
GDGraves' Disease (also seen as GRD)
GDGoDaddy (domain registrar)
GDSoman (nerve agent)
GDGestational Diabetes
GDGod Damn
GDGolden Delicious (apple)
GDGranddaughter
GDGraduate Degree
GDGeneral Delivery (postal)
GDGedo (postal region, Somalia)
GDGolden Dawn
GDGreat Divide (Everquest, gaming)
GDGarment District (various locations)
GDGeneral Duty
GDGestational Day
GDGangster Disciples (Gang)
GDGraphic Display
GDGosh Darn
GDGlobal Delivery
GDGeneral Deployment (Cisco)
GDGod Delusion (book)
GDGroßdeutschland (German WWII Panzer division)
GDGlobal Dynamics (Eureka science fiction)
GDGeorgia Dome (Atlanta, GA)
GDGood Draw (Pictionary game slang)
GDGender Dysphoria (medical syndrome)
GDGun Dogs
GDGreen Depth (golf)
GDGeneral Diary
GDGospel Doctrine
GDGeologic Division
GDGas Discharges (and their Applications; International Conference)
GDGoverning Document
GDGlucose Drink
GDGenetically Divergent
GDGemcitabine Plus Docetaxel
GDGeneral Discharge
GDGlasdach (German: skylight, glass roof)
GDGravely Disabled (mental health)
GDGap Distribution
GDGrowth Duration
GDGlobal Defect
GDGumboro Disease (Infectious Bursal Disease)
GDGiant Drop (amusement park ride)
GDGum Disturbance (philately)
GDGravity Drain
GDGrid Dynamics LLC (industrial design firm)
GDGrand Déplacement (French)
GDGraded Doping
GDGasoline Dion (band)
GDGameDrift (website)
GDGalleryDriver
GDGeographic District
GDGodavari Delta (India)
GDGender Disappointment (family planning)
GDGeothermal Division
GDGlasser's Disease (swine medicine)
GDGaseous Dielectric
GDGravimetric Density
GDGrupo de Diálogo (Spanish)
GDGuided Expansion Bearing
GDGuidance Drawing
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Kitsinelis presents students, academics, and professionals working in a wide variety of contexts with the second edition of his comprehensive overview of contemporary lighting technologies such as semiconductor light-emitting diodes, electrical incandescence, and electrical gas discharges. The author has organized the main body of his text in nine chapters devoted to the basic principles of light and vision, incandescent lamps, electrical discharge lamps, solid-state light sources, lasers, and a wide variety of other related subjects.
Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment Dr Jan Wright remarked that New Zealand is not very pro active in the matter of curbing greenhouse gas discharges. She made these comments while releasing a new report that outlined the science behind predictions of climate change-driven sea-level rises, reported (http://www.stuff.co.nz/environment/63590077/govts-pure-tourism-campaign-hypocritical) Stuff.Co.Nz.
A new book, Chemical Soldiers, tells the horrific story of the senior officers who ordered the gas discharges, without thought for the lives of their own men.
They also plan to generate large amount of carbon credits that can be traded with bigger corporations, compensating their greenhouse gas discharges. The corporation initially started as a joint venture with SFNS owned Newco and the Munsee-Delaware Nation is more focused in the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, green energy and economic growth of the community.
"Our main reason to procure the Flir GasFindIR is to minimize hydrocarbon gas discharges from our piping systems, in particular, leaks near flange gaskets", says John Stapleford, HSE (Health, Security, Environment) manager of the Bayernoil plants.
Some specific topics include volume and surface plasma generation of negative ions in gas discharges, and elementary processes for negative ion source modeling.
The Commission further notes that under normal operating conditions, effluent liquid and gas discharges will not result in significant exposure from the point of view of health of the population of other Member States.
Plasmas are the omnipresent glowing gas discharges familiar to all in variegated "neon" signs.