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TGPThe General Public (gaming forum)
TGPThe Gathering Place (various locations)
TGPThe Great Pyramid
TGPTargeting Pod (airplane targeting tool)
TGPThe Generic Pharmacy (Philippines)
TGPTechnology Growth Platform (job sector; various locations)
TGPTake Great Pictures (photography tutorial website)
TGPTau Gamma Phi (fraternity)
TGPTennessee Gas Pipeline
TGPTransportadora de Gas del Perú (Spanish: Gas Transportation of Peru; Cusco, Peru)
TGPToyota Genuine Parts
TGPTime Gentlemen Please (movie)
TGPTotal Gas Pressure (dissolved gas content in water)
TGPTransfer Pricing Guidelines
TGPThree Gorges Probe (China)
TGPTraining Grant Program (various organizations)
TGPTransaminase Glutamico Piruvica
TGPTurbo Grand Prix (Pontiac/McLaren automobile model)
TGPTechnology Grant Program (various organizations)
TGPTeoria Geral do Processo (Brazil; law)
TGPTintina Gold Province (Alaska & Canada mineral deposit area)
TGPTasmanian Gas Pipeline (Australia)
TGPTurbulence Generating Pot
TGPTurned, Ground, Polished (type of steel rod)
TGPTerminally Guided Projectile
TGPTechnical Grade Product
TGPThe GAMMA Project (Internet Marketing Platform)
TGPTriskelions' Grand Fraternity
TGPTernary Ghost-Pulse (Constraint)
TGPThe Goal Post
TGPToxicology Graduate Program (Canada)
TGPTruncated Ground Plane
TGPTony Gee & Partners, LLP (UK)
TGPTrue Green Planet (Philippines)
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These projects would be the third and fourth dams spanning the width of the Yangtze's main channel after Three Gorges, a 2.3-km-wide dam to be completed by 2009, and the eight-year-old the Gezhuo Dam further downstream, said the Toronto-based environmental research group Three Gorges Probe.
The Three Gorges Probe said in an article released on its website Wednesday that the dams would also stop a dangerous accumulation of sediment behind Three Gorges Dam.
You've broken the future." CONTACT: International Rivers Network, (510)848-1155, www.irn.org; Three Gorges Probe, (416)964-9223, www.threegorgesprobe.
Mu Lan, the Chinese-language editor for the online nonprofit news service Three Gorges Probe, notes that the Yellow River carp, once an important staple for the people, "has become so rare that only high-ranking officials and rich businessmen can pay money to taste it."