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Type: Symbol Definitions: 1. Abbreviation or symbol for gravitational units, under unit; gap3; gauss; giga-; d-glucose, as in UDPG; guanosine, as in GDP; glycine; guanine.
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G is American slang for a person; often used to replace someone's name. A friend or acquaintance.
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In music G is the name of the fifth tone of the natural or model scale.
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A nitrogenous base, one member of the base pair G- C (guanine and cytosine).
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G, 7th letter of the alphabet. It is a usual symbol for a voiced velar stop, as in the English go. It was originally a differentiated form of Greek gamma, which has C as its formal Roman correspondent. In musical notation G represents a note on the scale. In physics, G stands for the gravitational c...
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Type: Symbol Definitions: 1. Symbol for newtonian constant of gravitation; Gibbs free energy; Gact or G‡, Gibbs energy of activation; conductance.
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Type: Abbreviation Definitions: 1. Abbreviation for gram; gaseous state.
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Type: Abbreviation Definitions: 1. Unit of acceleration based on the acceleration produced by the earth's gravitational attraction, where 1 g = 980.621 cm/sec2 (about 32.1725 ft/sec2) at sea level and 45° latitude. At 30° latitude, g equals 979.329 cm/sec2.
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Symbol for gram
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G or g. See percent "g".
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made from a dried, hollowed gourd, into which grooved ridges are carved on the surface. The sound is produced by scraping these ridges with a stick.
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Is the Commodity Futures Symbol which represents the February Delivery Month.
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gram(s)
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Graduate - For dogs which have not won a Challenge Certificate or four or more First Prizes at Championship Shows in Graduate, Post Graduate, Minor Limit, Mid Limit, Limit and Open classes, whether restricted or not where Challenge Certificates were offered for the breed.
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Guess -or- Grin -or- Giggle
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[musical note] Sol, So, or G is the fifth note of the fixed-Do solfège starting on C. As such it is the dominant, a perfect fifth above C or perfect fourth below C. When calculated in equal temperament with a reference of A above middle C as 440 Hz, the frequency of Middle G (G4) note is approximately 391.995 Hz. See pitch for a discussion...
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G

Good
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gram
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[New York City Subway service] The G Brooklyn–Queens Crosstown Local is a rapid transit service in the B Division of the New York City Subway. It is colored {NYCS const|color|lightgreen} on route signs, station signs, and the official subway map, since it runs on the IND Crosstown Line. The G operates between Court Square in Long Island C...
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G (named gee iː) is the seventh letter in the ISO basic Latin alphabet. ==History== The letter `G` was introduced in the Old Latin period as a variant of `C` to distinguish voiced /ɡ/ from voiceless /k/. The recorded originator of `G` is freedman Spurius Carvilius Ruga, the first Roman to open a fee-paying school, who taught around 230 BC....
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In Germany, regional common term (South Baden) for a sparkling wine or strong Hefegeruch wine. See also Lee .
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See below G
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The water produced during the vinification of Flavor (Aroma and secondary), see here.
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Single location in the village Walporzheim in the German region Ahr . Even the famous German writer Johann Gottfried Kinkel and politician (1815-1882) described it in 1849 as the "noblest of the whole situation Ahr valley." The name is there in the summer of the "standing heat" derived. The position covers only 0.7 hectares, mak...
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Designation for the fermentation generated carbon dioxide , see there.
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