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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 ?
"Yes, I shan't be able to forgive him if he does not realize all the gravity of it.
"Yes, he realizes all the gravity of it," she thought, and gratefully she pressed his hand.
"Yes, Mas'r," said Topsy, with sanctimonious gravity, her wicked eyes twinkling as she spoke.
As they proceed with great gravity through the streets towards the region of Mount Pleasant, Mr.
Vanstone's hearty laughter could escape his lips, she bowed to them with imperturbable gravity; ascended the house-steps, for the first time in her life, at a walk instead of a run, and retired then and there to the bedroom regions.
"Thus," replied Arthur, with all the gravity of ten Professors rolled into one.
He is writing a history of The Princesses of France Who Never Married." This was said by Bellegarde with extreme gravity, looking straight at Newman, and with an eye that betokened no mental reservation; or that, at least, almost betokened none.
"A sweet girl is a dreadful responsibility, aunt," he resumed, with an ironical assumption of gravity. "Do you know, I shouldn't be surprised if Isabel, in the long run, cost you more than Hobbema.
The relations between Durdles and Deputy are of a capricious kind; for, on Durdles's turning himself about with the slow gravity of beery suddenness, Deputy makes a pretty wide circuit into the road and stands on the defensive.
Do I seem to have lost my solemnity, my gravity, my poise, my dignity?
"I thought so," I said with gravity, and eyes that didn't dare to smile outright till they had permission, which, however, was not long withheld them.
From the slow, imperturbable gravity of that broad-chested man you would think he had never smiled in his life.