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GBGigabyte (1024 megabytes)
GBGigabit (1024 megabits)
GBGreat Britain
GBGame Boy
GBGood Bye
GBGabon (Africa)
GBGilbert
GBGearbox
GBGround Ball (baseball)
GBGreen Bay (Wisconsin)
GBGordon Brown (UK)
GBGift Box
GBGod Bless
GBGovernment Bond
GBGhost-Busters
GBGhostbusters
GBGuest Book
GBGoverning Body
GBGolf Ball
GBGetting Better (Beatles song)
GBGovernment and Binding (linguistics theory)
GBGarth Brooks
GBGlove Box
GBGarageband (Apple music making software)
GBGilgit-Baltistan (region; Pakistan)
GBGlenn Beck (radio personality)
GBGhetto Booty
GBGerard Butler (Scottish actor)
GBGeorge Bush
GBGallbladder
GBGlovebox
GBGreat Bend (Kansas)
GBGrande-Bretagne
GBGoverning Board
GBGold Bar (Washington)
GBGinkgo Biloba
GBGaranti Bankasi (Garanti Bank of Turkey)
GBGreen Belt
GBGastric Bypass
GBGlen Burnie (Maryland)
GBGrand Banks
GBGolden Boy (anime)
GBGarlic Bread (food)
GBGames Behind (sports)
GBGiordano Bruno (Guatemala school)
GBGames Back (sports standings)
GBSarin (nerve agent)
GBGrain Boundary (materials science)
GBGunbound (game)
GBGrand Blanc (Michigan)
GBGlobal Basis
GBGuantanamo Bay (Cuba)
GBGirls' Brigade (Scotland)
GBGran Bretaña
GBGaussian Beam
GBGround-Based
GBGogol Bordello (band)
GBGila Bend (Arizona)
GBGlass Breaks (security sensor)
GBgorgeous blonde
GBGeorges Bank (Gulf of Maine)
GBGalactic Battlegrounds (game)
GBGunma Bank (Japan)
GBGeneral Block
GBGeneral Band
GBGreen Bag (artillery propellant)
GBGolden Book
GBGreen Beret
GBGuillain-Barré (syndrome)
GBGun Barrel
GBGorilla Biscuits (band)
GBGénie Biologique (French: biological genus)
GBGet Backers (anime)
GBGulf Bank
GBGroup Buffer (US DoD)
GBGeschaeftsbereich
GBGot Booted
GBGrand Bend (Ontario, Canada)
GBGravity Bong (smoking instrument)
GBGroupe Bibilque (French: Bible Group)
GBGeneration Breakdown
GBGigabarrels (billions of barrels)
GBGenuine Bass
GBGlengarry Bhoys (Celtic rock band)
GBGuard Break (gaming)
GBGarbage Bowl
GBGround Benign (electrical equipment)
GBGamebunker (gaming)
GBGlassbolaget (Swedish Ice-cream company)
GBGretchen Butcher (Hawaii)
GBGeneralized Bootstrap
GBGamerBoards (online video game forum)
GBGriffis Blessing Inc
GBGuanidine Biboric
GBGravity Bias
GBGuo Biao 2312-80 (Chinese government standard Chinese character encoding scheme)
GBGraeco-Bohairic (Coptic language dialect)
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So, then, he no more knew where Aramis was than where Athos and Porthos were, and the affair was becoming a matter of great perplexity, when he fancied he heard a pane of glass break in his room window.
"The fact is that glass breaks and mixes in with other recyclables," Craig Douglass, executive director of the Regional Recycling ft Waste Reduction District, said in a news release.
According to his latest video, the sensor works with minor scratches but fails to recognise the fingerprint if display glass breaks.
If the glass breaks, the coating prevents splinters from entering the flow of air underneath the emitter unnoticed.
Consider binding your wrists in case the glass cuts them, and if a pane of glass breaks, don't try to catch it as it falls.
They are difficult to smash and dangerous shards are held together by a layer of resin if the glass breaks
Start by covering each tile with adhesive shelf paper to prevent flying shards if the glass breaks (see photo 1).
* When glass breaks, the Cracks move faster than 3,000 miles per hour.
If the glass breaks, the film holds the shards together to protect occupants from injury and deny entry to assailants.
Also from this period there were many temporary repairs to broken glass achieved by soldering lead strips over glass breaks. Thankfully, this method meant that the breaks were not grozed, simply covered, which enabled the current repairs to be less intrusive than those that had earlier been grozed.
When laminate glass breaks, a polyvinyl layer keeps it from shattering.
As a result of both the heating and cooling (which can require several seconds), the small fragments that are supposed to be produced when the glass breaks can be significantly larger, and consequently more dangerous.