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GRGameReplays.org (gaming website)
GRGeneral Release
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GRGround Round (restaurant chain)
GRGene Roddenberry (creator of Star Trek)
GRGrosseto, Toscana (Italian province)
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GRGabriel Richard (high school; Riverview, Michigan)
GRGameRanger
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GRGlobal Refund
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GRGrand Rapids Eastern (railroad)
GRGhost Reveries (Opeth music album)
GRGeorgia Review
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GRGenRad, Inc.
GRGuest Researcher (US NIH)
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GRGlenn Robinson (NBA player)
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GRGeorge Rex (King George)
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GRGurkha Regiment (Indian Army)
GRGolden Run
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GRGun Radar
GRGross Requirement
GRGair Rhydd (student newspaper, Cardiff, Wales)
GRGuaranteed Reagent (laboratory product designation)
GRGeographic Redundancy (high availability systems)
GRGreek National Road (Greece highway)
GRGrab Radon Sampling
GRGrid Ratio
GRGraded Review (USAF Academy)
GRGoat Roper
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GRGround Reflector
GRGrass River Railroad Corporation
GRGunfighters Rule
GRGreen Colored Terminal Marking
GRGlitch Remixed (videogame clan)
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Critique: The first volume in a two-volume set, These Are The Voyages: Gene Roddenberry and Star Trek in the 1970's, Vol.
RAH: In the book's preface, you refer to Gene Roddenberry as a "futurist." What do you mean by that?
'Yorktown' was the original name of the starship in Gene Roddenberry's early script treatments for the original Star Trek (1966) series, before this was changed to 'Enterprise'.
At least the utopian vision of original series creator Gene Roddenberry is in rude health.
who ran Desilu from 1964 to 1967, immediately saw "Star Trek's" potential and signed its creator, Gene Roddenberry, to a script deal.
1DO FORMER pilot Gene Roddenberry drafted his first pitch for a new science fiction series in 1964.
Born from the mind of Gene Roddenberry, the original Star Trek series debuted on September 8, 1966, and aired for three seasons.
Not to mention the massive universe of Gene Roddenberry that inspires entire conventions.
Originally founded in 1967 by Gene Roddenberry, the company has since led a steady stable of science-fiction successes including Gene Roddenberry's Earth: Final Conflict, Gene Roddenberry's Andromeda and, most notably, Star Trek.
The cult TV series was created by author Gene Roddenberry in the mid-1960s, producing an army of collectors.
In 1991, ''Star Trek'' creator Gene Roddenberry died in Santa Monica, Calif., at age 70.
The phaser, created at the request of "Star Trek" creator Gene Roddenberry for use by William Shatner, who played Kirk in the beloved sci-fi show, had been estimated to sell for about $50,000, but achieved more than four times that including commission.