GL

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AcronymDefinition
GLGood Luck
GLGeneral Ledger
GLGuiding Light (TV show)
GLGraphics Library
GLGreenland
GLGreat Lakes
GLGreen Lantern (DC Comics character)
GLGloucester (postcode, United Kingdom)
GLGill
GLGeneral Liability
GLGear Lubricant (various companies)
GLGrade Level
GLGuideline
GLGood Looking (personal Ad)
GLGood Life
GLGlarus (Glaris; Swiss Canton)
GLGermanischer Lloyd
GLGrenade Launcher
GLGeorge Lopez (comedian)
GLGround Level
GLGlobal Learning
GLGeschaeftsleitung (German)
GLGraphics Language
GLGeorge Lucas
GLGroup Leader
GLGeneral Linear (mathematics)
GLGlobal Logistic (various companies)
GLGiardia Lamblia
GLAir Greenland (IATA airline code)
GLGliese (star catalog)
GLGroen Links
GLGrand Luxury (cars)
GLGlobal/Local
GLGothic Lolita (fashion)
GLGuild Leader (gaming)
GLGirl's Life (magazine)
GLGlycaemic Load
GLGraphics Laboratory
GLGlobal Link (Global One)
GLGas Lift
GLGirt Line (engineering)
GLGeneral Language
GLGrid Line
GLGymnasieskolernes Lærerforening (Danish National Union of Upper Secondary School Teachers)
GLGay Lord
GLGeneric List
GLGiblet
GLGeneral Letter
GLGreatest Length
GLGauntlet Legends (video game)
GLGrand Lux
GLGrade Line
GLGrande Luxe
GLGeophysics Laboratory
GLGigaliter
GLGirllover
GLGrapefruit League (baseball)
GLGenerally Licensed
GLGroup Lotus (Norfolk, UK)
GLGovernment Leased
GLGarage Logic
GLGeneralized Leontief
GLGroup Librarian
GLGeneral Leutnant (German)
GLGrey Labyrinth (website)
GLGoes Lovely
GLGamer Lamer
GLGreen Light LED
GLGray Labeling
GLGinger League
GLGeochron Laboratories Inc.
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Arthur Olson is the Anderson Research Chair Professor in the Department of Molecular Biology at The Scripps Research Institute and founder and director of its Molecular Graphics Laboratory.
0, Reference Manual, Engineering Computer Graphics Laboratory Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, 1995.
The college's Video Center, integrated by cable to the Computer Graphics Laboratory, is a television production and post-production facility that produces information/education programs for broadcast and nonbroadcast use, as well as courseware for internal use.
The company mailed it back to Stanford, and now Levoy proudly can hold the two statues side by side in the Computer Graphics Laboratory at the new Gates Computer Science Building on campus.