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GEOGeorge
GEOGroup on Earth Observations (est. 2002)
GEOGeography
GEOGeographic
GEOGlobal Environment Outlook
GEOGeorgia (ISO Country code)
GEOGene Expression Omnibus (National Center for Biotechnology Information's archive and resource for gene expression data)
GEOGeosynchronous
GEOGeostationary Orbit
GEOGeosynchronous Earth Orbit
GEOGreen Energy Ohio
GEOGrantmakers for Effective Organizations
GEOGeospatial Enterprise Office (Oregon)
GEOGeothermal Education Office (Tiburon, CA)
GEOGeotechnical Engineering Office (Hong Kong)
GEOGrupo Especial de Operaciones (Spain: Police Special Operations Group)
GEOGraduate Employee Organization
GEOGas Engine Oil
GEOGreen Earth Organization
GEOGeorgetown, Guyana - Timehri (Airport Code)
GEOGrass Roots economic Organizing
GEOGeostationary Earth Orbiter/ing
GEOGlobal Engagement Operations
GEOGlobal Elite Operatives (gaming clan)
GEOGroton Engineering Center (Electric Boat)
GEOGlobal Equity Opportunities (Goldman Sachs)
GEOGraduate English Organization (various schools)
GEOGroup Executive Office (Tata)
GEOGeneral Education Outcome
GEOGold Equivalent Ounce (mining product marketing)
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A next step in applying ENM approaches to understanding disease systems is characterizing geographic distributions.
It helped us build a system that will allow our library the flexibility of disseminating diverse geographic information over the Internet.
A recent study of prostate cancer did not show any marked geographic variability in incidence at a small-area scale, arguing against a geographically varying, etiologically strong environmental risk factor (Jarup et al.
His 13-year-old sister, Kirsten, also competed in the Olympiad, and came very close to edging James out at the local level of the geographic bee, missing victory by only one question.
More specific approaches to grouping include geographic segmentation based on the way an enterprise is managed or on a country-by-country basis.
The first proposal ties the needs of rural and small geographic areas to global budget targets, instead of caps, as part of any managed competition model.
We now examine some of the factors that may justify broadening the product and geographic dimensions of banking markets.
National Geographic's Tim Kelly said, "National Geographic has many exciting and important stories to tell, and at the heart of each film will be something vital, a subject that matters.
The 4 genetic groups exhibited unique distributional patterns in geographic space (Figure 6).
Ellen Siskind, a spokeswoman for the National Geographic Bee, notes that "home schoolers tend to be in a lot of these contests, and we have found that they are very bright.
The objective of this study was to demonstrate the usefulness of a geographic information system (GIS) in identifying children at risk for lead exposure.
People interested in getting hands-on experience at computer mapping and analysis skills can sign up for Antelope Valley College's ``Introduction to Geographic Information Systems,'' or Geography 205.