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GCGeneral Contractor
GCGrand Chase (video game)
GCGovernment of Canada
GCGolf Course
GCGuitar Center (musical equipment chain store)
GCGames Convention (Leipzig, Germany)
GCGran Canaria (Canary Islands, Spain)
GCGarbage Collection (LISP)
GCGameCube (Nintendo)
GCGood Condition
GCGold Coast (Queensland, Australia)
GCGas Chromatography
GCGeneral Conference (United Methodist Church)
GCGeneral Counsel
GCGlucocorticoid
GCGround Control
GCGoogle Chrome (web browser)
GCGlobal Change
GCGreen Card
GCGift Certificate
GCGrammar and Composition
GCGeneral Chat (website)
GCGeneral Convention (Episcopal Church)
GCGolf Channel
GCGrand Champion (various organizations)
GCGrand Champion
GCGlobal Community (Left Behind book series)
GCGeocities
GCGold Certificate (currency)
GCGovernment College (Lahore, Pakistan)
GCGénie Civil (French: Civil Engineering)
GCGas Chromatograph
GCGlobal Compact (UN)
GCGreat Circle
GCGamecube Controller (gaming equipment)
GCGuardia Civil (Spain)
GCGerman Democratic Republic
GCGood Charlotte (band)
GCGovernment Code
GCGood Conduct (Medal USMC)
GCGeorge Carlin (comedian)
GCGeneral Classification (cycling)
GCGreencastle (Indiana)
GCGolden Child (musician)
GCGeorge Cross
GCGlobal Crossing
GCGlobal Catalog
GCGeocoin (geocaching)
GCGreek Cypriot
GCGood Call
GCGrand Coulee (Washington)
GCGenome Canada
GCGood Counsel
GCGlobal Consulting
GCGreater Cincinnati
GCGoshen College (Indiana)
GCGroup Captain (Royal Air Force)
GCGame Card (gaming)
GCGolden Coin (gaming)
GCGhirardelli Chocolate
GCGovernment Contribution
GCGoing Commando (game)
GCGliomatosis Cerebri (rare primary brain tumor)
GCGranular Computing
GCGuidance Control
GCGovernment Contractor
GCGonococcus
GCGerman Club
GCGrand Circle
GCGeographic Center
GCGraduate Council (various schools)
GCGhetto Child
GCGlobal Configuration
GCGeorgian College (Barrie, Ontario, Canada)
GCGlobal Constraint
GCGravity Center (physics)
GCGrade Change
GCGreensboro College (North Carolina)
GCGoldsmiths College (UK)
GCGrammar Check
GCGarbage Can
GCGrand Charm (gaming)
GCGroove Coverage (band)
GCGraphics Context
GCGuidance Counselor
GCGigacycle (now Gigahertz)
GCGas Chamber
GCGreenville College (Greenville, Illinois)
GCGuanine-Cytosine (DNA base pairing)
GCGeneric Code
GCGovernment Centre
GCGalactic Conquest (computer game)
GCGroup-Specific Component (proteins)
GCGroup Control
GCGun Captain (US Navy)
GCGroup Command (ITU-T Rec. T.30)
GCGonorrhea Culture
GCGoldbach's Conjecture
GCGlobal Custodians
GCGarrison Commander
GCGalvanic Corrosion
GCGeneral Casualty (insurance company)
GCGlobal Calling
GCGeneral Cost
GCGeneral Cable Corporation
GCGerminal Centre (lymph nodes)
GCGyrocompass
GCGreeley Central High School (Greeley, Colorado)
GCGas Cooled
GCGovernment Connect
GCGem City
GCGuard Channel
GCGuidance Computer
GCGeneral Discharge
GCGreek Circle (magazine; Chicago, IL)
GCGeneral Corrosion (protection)
GCGamecenter.com (C|Net)
GCGemcitabine/Carboplatin
GCGambia International Airlines (IATA airline code)
GCGovernos Constitucionais (Portuguese: Constitutional Governments)
GCGhost Click
GCGuardians Council (Iranian government agency)
GCGarden Center, Inc
GCGlobal Conferencing (Global One)
GCGuarded Command
GCClayey Gravels (soil type)
GCGame Chick
GCGame Càfe
GCGravimetric Calibrator (semiconductors)
GCGlobus Consortium
GCGroup Currency (finance)
GCGaining Command
GCGeneva Convention Relative to the Protection of Civilian Persons in Time of War, 12 August 1949
GCGlivenko-Cantelli (condition)
GCGalactic Commander (gaming)
GCGyro Control
GCGavel Club
GCGeneralized Compound (model)
GCGamecatcher (magazine)
GCGrand Computers
GCGraphics Conferencing
GCGeneral Communications Incorporated
GCGeneral Chairside Examination
GCGregChant Enterprises, LTD
GCGarrison Code (US Army)
GCGuaranty Period Complete
GCGrand Chinchilla (rabbit breed)
GCGround Cadets
GCGiwirr Consultants
References in periodicals archive ?
The senior cleric said that Iran's Guardians Council has yet to endorse Iranian parliament's approval on joining the CFT.
Once the parliament and the Guardians Council give their final approvals, three SEZs will be created in Khalkhal, Kiashahr and Fereydan, located in the provinces of Ardabil, Gilan and Isfahan.
For his part, meanwhile, Ahmadi-Nejad under-mined the credibility of the whole electoral process earlier in April 2017 when he knew the Guardians Council had disqualified him.
Recent elections have seen some senior officials, including even a member of the Guardians Council, taking sides during campaigning.
Reformist and moderate parties have said they will put forward so many candidates that the Guardians Council will not dare reject all of them.
They are held based on the country's laws and regulations." Their comments came after the news on Tuesday that the Guardians Council, Iran's unelected electoral watchdog, had cleared just eight male candidates out of 686 registrants to stand in the June 14 election.
The head of Guardians Council, Ayatollah Ahmad Jannati, charged that Washington had paid $1 billion to "the leaders of the sedition" during last year's post-election unrest which rocked the regime.
Summary: The head of Iran's powerful Guardians Council said on Friday that some local British embassy staff arrested for allegedly playing a role in post-election violence will be put on trial while
Under one scenario the Guardians Council could conclude there were some irregularities in the elections, and accordingly the two top candidates - Ahmadinejad and main reformist candidate Mir Hussain Mousavi - would receive a percentage of votes less than 50+1.
Guardians Council is the body responsible for overseeing elections and confirming their results in Iran.
The Election Monitoring Agency (EMA), managed by the Guardians Council vets registered candidates (in the 2009 election 36,000 people signed up as candidates) and approves a handful to run in the election.
Yazdi is a prominent member of Iran's Guardians Council, an unelected watchdog controlled by religious conservatives and appointed by Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei that is tasked mainly with vetting candidates.