GG

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AcronymDefinition
GGGood Game
GGGotta Go
GGGirls' Generation (band)
GGGadu-Gadu (Polish messenger application)
GGGeorgia
GGGovernor General
GGGossip Girl (book series)
GGGet Good (gaming clan)
GGGuernsey (country code, top level domain)
GGGuilty Gear (game)
GGGame Gear (Sega)
GGGilmore Girls (TV show)
GGGeography
GGGrundgesetz (German constitution)
GGGreat Game
GGGolden Globe
GGGreat Grandma
GGGun Game (Counter-Strike: Source map type mod)
GGGood Girl
GGGeology and Geophysics (various universities)
GGGo Girl
GGGame Genie
GGGarden Grove (California)
GGGoogle Groups
GGGreen Gas
GGGo Green
GGGadugadu (Indonesian cuisine)
GGGood God
GGGood Grief
GGGefahrgut (German: Hazardous Material)
GGGood Games (gaming community)
GGGood Governance
GGGungrave (anime)
GGGlenn Gould (Canadian pianist; 1932-1982)
GGGood Going
GGGuar Gum (polymer)
GGGirly Girl
GGGraduate Gemologist
GGGrandes Gueules (French)
GGGirl Guides
GGGary Gulman (comedian)
GGGlobal Gathering
GGGewerbegebiet (German: trade area)
GGGeneral Grievous (Star Wars)
GGGatling Gun
GGGolden Gloves (boxing)
GGG-Gundam (Anime)
GGGoodness Gracious
GGGenetic Girl (as differentiated from transgendered individual)
GGGas Generator
GGGrenadier Guards
GGGoofy Goober
GGGamma Globulin
GGGreat Genius
GGGrill/Griddle (restaurant term)
GGGame Girl (game)
GGGarage Games
GGGreat Grandad
GGEditorial Gustavo Gili (publisher; Spain)
GGGartner Group
GGGreat Goddess
GGGolden Grahams (cereal)
GGGrim Grotto (Lemony Snicket)
GGGravity Gradient
GGGraphics Generator
GGGeneric Goal (Capability Maturity Model Integration)
GGGround-to-Ground
GGGeneral Guy (video game character)
GGGender Girl
GGGreat Gross (Old English for 12 gross)
GGGeometric Goppa
GGGeen Gehoor (Dutch: No Answer)
GGGovernment Grade
GGGidget Gein (artist/musician)
GGGalunggong (scad fish)
GGGiga-Gram (10 billion grams)
GGGateway to Gateway protocol
GGGladsaxe Gymnasium (Copenhagen, Denmark high school)
GGGlock Group (Newgrounds group)
GGGalgaduud (postal region, Somalia)
GGGamma Glutamine
GGAir Guyane - French Guiana (IATA airline code)
GGGamna Gandy (iron-containing foci in spleen histopathology; also seen as Gandy Gamna bodies)
GGGalloping Governors (Toastmasters)
GGGoeverneur-Generaal (Dutch East-Indies)
GGGuru Gathering
GGGrupului de Gen (Romanian: Gender Task Force)
GGGorgonian Grotto (Lemony Snicket)
GGGod's Greetings
GGGutton Glock (Austrian gun manufacturer)
GGGitter and Glial Cells (neurohistopathology)
GGGule Grønnsaker
References in periodicals archive ?
Grundgesetz fur die Bundesrepublik Deutschland, Handkommentar (11a ed.
Der Versuch, Generationengerechtigkeit im Grundgesetz (GG) zu verankern (BT-Drs.
German law also recognises a limited human dignity interest in human remains, based in Article 1(1) of the Grundgesetz ('Basic Law').
The establishment of the European Economic Community with the Treaty of Rome in 1957, the so-called Asylum Compromise and consequential rewriting of the Grundgesetz in December 1992, modifications to the General Agreements on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) in 1994, the Green Card program of 1999--each of these roll-outs were indicators of a volatile yet technocratic paradigm shift toward the post-national.
In Germany, the issue of potential distortions by municipal actors in the competitive landscape is addressed by Article 87f (2) of the German constitution, the Grundgesetz, which rules that telecommunication is to be provided as a privately run business either by Deutsche Telekom, the successor of the former public Deutsche Bundespost, or other private companies.
Grundgesetz fur die Bundesrepublik Deutschland [Grundgesetz] [GG] [Basic Law], May 23, 1949, BGB1.
constituyente que elaboro el Grundgesetz, la Ley Fundamental), y luego
First, they claimed it violated the fundamental rights guaranteed in the first two Articles of the Basic Law (the Grundgesetz, the German constitution).
R v Big M Drug Mart Ltd, [1985] 1 SCR 295 at 336, 18 DLR (4th) 321 [Big M Drug Mart], See also Grundgesetz fur die Bundesrepublik Deutschland, Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection, 1949, art 2(1) [translated by Christian Tomuschat & David Currie] [Grundgesetz].
1 del Grundgesetz (Ley Fundamental de Bonn) garantiza al individuo un marco normativo de libertad, en el cual puede elegir aquel modo de vivir que responda a su conciencia, lo cual incide no solo en la libertad de creer o no creer, sino tambien en el derecho del individuo a orientar todo su comportamiento conforme a su convencimiento interno y creencias" (27).