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GENGeneral
GENGeneration
GenGeneric (virus scanners)
GENGenerator
GENGenesis
GENGender
GENGigabit Ethernet
GENGenitive (grammatical case)
GenGenossenschaft (German: Labor Union)
GENGlobal Ecolabelling Network
GENGenetic Engineering Network
GENGlobal Educators' Network
GENOslo, Norway - Garderm O E N (Airport Code)
GENGlobal Engineering Networking Initiative
GENGigabit Ethernet Networking (computing)
GENGeographic Extent Name (Australia)
References in classic literature ?
Every noun has a gender, and there is no sense or system in the distribution; so the gender of each must be learned separately and by heart.
It would tire you to remember that DO meant b, TU o, and RO y, and that to say he-boy you must prefix the ape masculine gender sound BU before the entire word and the feminine gender sound MU before each of the lower-case letters which go to make up boy--it would tire you and it would bring me to the nineteenth hole several strokes under par.
The pronunciation, as it happens, is just what I am most at home in; if he had said my genders or my idioms there would have been some sense.
In conclusion, this study contributes to the existing body of research regarding Evangelical Christians' gender role ideology and religious beliefs about gender.
Although gender parity in primary education has been nearly achieved in most countries, women and girls now need increased opportunities for secondary and tertiary education in order to occupy visible and powerful roles in the society.
The Intricacies of Gender Dynamics in the Framework of Organizational Cultures
There was gender mainstreaming practices in the institutional structure.
Most of the partner countries have country-owned gender equality and empowerment policy objectives as well as an institutional apparatus and actors with a specific mandate towards those objectives.
Manal bint Mohammed: Our leaderships support and the positive response to the Gender Balance Index motivates us to work harder to achieve the UAEs national goals.
According to the governor, 'It is a deliberate policy to ensure that there is gender balance in my administration and that more women should participate in governance.
Mona Al Marri, Vice President of the UAE Gender Balance Council along with delegates.
Heteromantic: A person with a romantic, but not necessarily sexual, attraction to members of another sex or gender.