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GGeneral Audiences (movie rating)
GGram
GGrin (used in chat and email)
GGiga- (a prefix meaning 1 billion)
GGravitational acceleration (physics)
GGeneral
GGroup (as in G-8, Group of 8 Industrialized Nations)
GGroup (algebraic object in mathematics)
GGood (numismatics; 2nd worst condition of coin)
GGood (philatelic auction term)
GGreen
GGames Played (baseball)
GGround
GGolf
GGas
GGross
GGold (rollplaying games)
GOne Thousand Dollars (common US slang)
GGamma
GGilbert
GGravity
GGuilty
GGuard (basketball)
GGate (transistor; electronics)
GGuatemala
GGlasgow (postcode, United Kingdom)
GGauge (syringes)
GGin
GGoals Scored (various sports)
GGenus (mathematics)
GGraz (Austrian city)
GGlider (US Military aircraft vehicle type designation)
GGalway (Irish car registration)
GGraphite
GGibbs Free Energy (thermodynamics)
GGauss (magnetic flux density)
GGoalie (hockey, soccer, etc.)
GGlycine (amino acid)
GConductance
GGbps
GGlycoprotein (virus protein)
GGravida (number of pregnancies)
GGuanine (DNA base)
GGravimetric
GGillette Company (NYSE symbol)
GGravida (gynecology)
GGluon
GGorod (Russian, town/city; used in postal addresses)
GGamma Hydroxybutyrate
GParaguayan Guarani (national currency)
GDutch Guilder (national currency)
GGefreiter (German)
GGinoo (Filipino: Mr. or Sir)
GEastern Quebec (Canada Post designation)
GGeneral Intelligence Factor (psychology/psychometrics)
GGraffenberg (spot)
GGangsta/Gangster
GInsured Letter (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
GGiesma (form of chromosome banding)
GGuilford Gravure (philatelic prefix on stamp coils)
GIssued Traffic Citation (Alabama Public Safety radio code)
GFederal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Illinois (designates original point of circulation of a dollar bill)
GUndenominated United States Stamp (32 cents, introduced 1 Jan 1985)
GGerard Thematic Catalog (music, Italian)
GGenerator, Tachometer Generator, Exciter, or Rotating Amplifier
References in classic literature ?
The genus, or rather family, of Epeira, is here characterized by many singular forms; some species have pointed coriaceous shells, others enlarged and spiny tibiae.
The webs were placed vertically, as is invariably the case with the genus Epeira: they were separated from each other by a space of about two feet, but were all attached to certain common lines, which were of great length, and extended to all parts of the community.
175), mentioning a hymenopterous insect, probably of the same genus, says he saw it dragging a dead spider through tall grass, in a straight line to its nest, which was one hundred and sixty-three paces distant.
Genus embark on many different projects involving digitisation, and still feel very strongly about our old friend microfilm.
This tender was opened in October 2017 by EESL for the supply of 50 lakh Smart Meters where Genus emerged as L2 bidder.
The World Register of Marine Species (WoRMS) currently registers all Pacific cupped oysters that were formerly members of the genus Crassostrea in a new genus, Magallana.
M2 EQUITYBITES-February 23, 2017-Animal Genetics Firm Genus to Buy Rights, IP from Hermitage in Strategic Pact
Nearly 100 species of the genus Thrips Linnaeus were reported in the area between the Indian peninsula, Australia, and the Pacific islands (Palmer, 1992).
The largest genus in the family Bunyaviridae, the genus Orthobunyavirus was originally named Bunyavirus, for the type species Bunyamwera virus, first isolated in 1943 from the eponymous town in western Uganda.
The family of freshwater fish Callanthiidae contains two genera, say Anderson, Johnson, and Baldwin: the genus Callanathias with seven species and the genus Grammatonotus with six nominal species.
17 February 2015 - UK-based animal genetics company Genus plc has signed an agreement for the acquisition of 51% of the share capital of Brazilian biotechnology company In Vitro Brasil S.