GSG

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AcronymDefinition
GSGGrenzschutzgruppe (German: Border Protection Unit; anti-terrorist group)
GSGGerman Sport Guns (Ense-Höingen, Germany)
GSGGeschwister-Scholl-Gymnasium (Germany)
GSGGetSomeGreek (St. Louis, MO)
GSGGetting Started Guide (instructions)
GSGGlobal Software Group
GSGGlobal Scenario Group
GSGGoldman Sachs Group, Inc.
GSGGrant Street Group (Pittsburgh, PA)
GSGGround-Signal-Ground
GSGGunslinger Girl (anime)
GSGGlobal Strategies Group
GSGGeographic, Statistical and Government Information Centre (University of Ottawa; Canada)
GSGGujarat State Government (India)
GSGGrampian Speleological Group (founded in 1961 in Scotland)
GSGGreat Science for Girls (initiative)
GSGGeneral Support Group
GSGGeological Society of Glasgow (Scotland, UK)
GSGGross System Group
GSGGlobal Safety Group BV
GSGGeneral Squadron Group
GSGGrant Segment
GSGGood Surgeon Guide (website)
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According to The Good Surgeon Guide, the independent cosmetic surgery review website, Botox and other facial dermal fillers top the list of most requested non-surgical procedures.
Christiana Clogg, founder of The Good Surgeon Guide, said: "It is sad to think that some people value appearance more so than talents and achievements.
Christiana Clogg, of The Good Surgeon Guide, said: "It is sad to think that some people value appearance more so than talent.
he Bounty Hunter topped the survey carried out by cosmetic treatment website The Good Surgeon Guide, reports The Mirror.
Christiana Clogg, founder of The Good Surgeon Guide, said: "To discover that more people would inject themselves than cut their hair is really shocking.
What's more, according to the poll of 1,312 women, which was conducted for The Good Surgeon Guide, a website which lists doctors, dentists and salons that carry out cosmetic procedures, almost a third would encourage beaus to have a cosmetic procedure if their looks started to fade with age.
a Katie Price, 'tacky' and 'unattractive', the Good Surgeon Guide poll revealed.
The Good Surgeon Guide asked the women who wanted to improve their appearance what they would most like to change about themselves in 2010 and the top 10 most common hang-ups were; 1.
The Good Surgeon Guide has been created to help users choose a suitable surgeon or clinic for invasive procedures, non-invasive treatments, cosmetic dentistry, laser eye correction, hair transplants and weight loss operations, amongst others.