GBTS

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AcronymDefinition
GBTSGreat Britain Tourism Survey (UK)
GBTSGeorge Brown Theatre School (Canada)
GBTSGround Based Training Systems
GBTSGreen Bay Tech Support (Green Bay, WI)
GBTSGlobal Business Technology Services Pvt. Ltd. (Chennais, India)
GBTSGreen Bay Ticket Service (Green Bay, WI)
GBTSGo Back to Sleep
GBTSGeneva Business & Technology Services (Geneva, Switzerland)
GBTSGlobal Broadcast Telecom Services (UK)
GBTSGreat Bay Technical Sales, LLC (precision aircraft component manufacturer)
GBTSGround Based Tracking System
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References in classic literature ?
Go back to sleep. You are bad enough asleep, but you are infinitely worse awake."
"The rest is with thy brethren below yonder, The Little People go back to sleep. They have chased us far.
So begins "Unsleeping, 5:18 A.M.," a poem late in Timothy Liu's newest volume, Don't Go Back to Sleep. The lines speak to the combination of violence and love and the Heraclitean nature of emotion and relationships.
WoW Cloud-enabled Acer Ultrabooks are equipped to wake up remotely, connect to the AcerCloud while the system is in idle or sleep mode, transfer content remotely, and go back to sleep, to deliver instant-on and always-connected capability.
All those who fancy Rip Van Winkle need to go back to sleep for 20 years.
Mullin then bizarrely got back into his bed in the room where the fire was, and tried to go back to sleep, despite his mother screaming at him to get out.
"Yes": Maybe it was a lotus / lifting its head above the mud // set Coleridge wishing that / like Vishnu, dreamer of worlds, // he could float, asleep / on the infinite ocean, // cradled in a lotus flower, / and every few million years // wake for a moment / simply to reaffirm // he could go back to sleep / for a few million more.
Children with OSAS may actually stop breathing while sleeping, which causes them to suddenly awaken and then go back to sleep. Obstructive sleep apnea syndrome results in poor quality sleep, daytime drowsiness, and even falling asleep during the day.
Won't many claim that "We showed them!" and then go back to sleep? The problem is that the UN could still be reinvigorated--and still serve the purpose of its architects--at a later date.