Gary

[n] - a city in northwest Indiana on Lake Michigan
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Gary

[given name] Gary and Garry are English-language masculine given names. ==Etymology== Gary is likely derived from compound names of Germanic origin, composed of the element gar (`spear`). Although the names Gary and Gareth are etymologically unrelated, the former being of Germanic origin and the latter of Celtic origin, Gary is sometimes ta...
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Gary

[mango] The `Gary` mango is a named mango cultivar that originated in south Florida. == History == `Gary` was a seedling of the `Carrie` mango. It was named after horticulturalist and nursery owner Gary Zill. This continued a tradition of mangoes named after members of the Zill family, which include the `Zill`, `Dot`, and `Carrie` cultivars...
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Gary

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Gary

city, Lake county, extreme northwest Indiana, U.S. It lies at the southern end of Lake Michigan, east of Chicago. In 1906 the town (named for Elbert ...
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Gary

Gary is an English name for boys. The meaning is `spear` The name Gary is most commonly given to Scottish boys. (3 times more often than to American boys.) What do they use in other countries? Gari The name sounds like: Cary, Geary, Gery See also: Gerald, Gareth
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Gary

Gary, city (1990 pop. 116,646), Lake co., NW Ind., a port of entry on Lake Michigan; inc. 1909. Gary was founded by the U.S. Steel Corporation, which purchased the land in 1905 and landscaped it for a city. In 1908 the first blast furnace was lit to begin the vast lakefront steel complex that was to...
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GARY

One of the Amiga's custom chips which handles memory management. Stands for Gate ARaY.
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