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GyGray (measure of dose of irradiation; amount of energy transferred to substance being irradiated)
GyGuernsey (postcode, United Kingdom)
GyGraveyard (card game)
GyGuyana
GyGoodyear
GyGymnasium
GyGrimsby (UK)
GyGyroscope
GyGrain Yield (agriculture)
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GyGuyana Airways 2000 (IATA airline code)
GyGuidance Year
GyMarine Insurance Stamp (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
GyVibrational Acceleration Along the Y-Axis
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References in classic literature ?
It introduced Gray as the original inventor of the telephone, and ordered its lawyers to take action at once against the Bell Company for infringement of the Gray patent.
The most plausible and persistent of all the various inventors who snatched at Bell's laurels, was Elisha Gray. He refused to abide by the adverse decision of the court.
He was gray also, from his long beard to his rough boots, and he looked stern and solemn, and rarely spoke.
It was Toto that made Dorothy laugh, and saved her from growing as gray as her other surroundings.
"Dorian Gray? Is that his name?" asked Lord Henry, walking across the studio towards Basil Hallward.
Anne was almost sorry when they reached Hester Gray's garden, and sat down on the old bench.
So Mowgli stretched himself in some long, clean grass at the edge of the field, but before he had closed his eyes a soft gray nose poked him under the chin.
She could still say to herself, "Anything rather than disappoint Julian Gray." Sustained by the courage which he had called to life in her, she submitted to her martyrdom as bravely as ever.
The elderly men ought to have remembered him, too, with locks as gray in their youth, as their own were now.
This man's name was Grant, but he was called "Gray Grant", or "Governor Grant".
And then, as we all slunk back to our places, "Gray," he said, "I'll put your name in the log; you've stood by your duty like a seaman.
What mattered it though the world were gray and wintry?