GAP

See GTPase activating protein.

Gap

[chart pattern] A gap is defined as an unfilled space or interval. On a technical analysis chart, a gap represents an area where no trading takes place. On the Japanese candlestick chart, a window is interpreted as a gap. In an upward trend, a gap is produced when the highest price of one day is lower than the lowest price of the following ...
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GAP

Is the term used to described differences or imbalances in asset and liability categories or buckets.
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gap

[n] - a conspicuous disparity or difference as between two figures 2. [n] - a narrow opening 3. [v] - make an opening or gap in
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Gap

In tape recorders, the 'gap' is the distance between the magnetic poles of the record, playback and erase heads.
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Gap

When the stock market opens above or below the close on the previous day, this is known as a... <a target=_blank href='http://www.finance-glossary.com/terms/gap.htm?id=1695&ginPtrCode=00000&PopupMode=false' title='Read full definition of gap'>more</a>
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Gap

The distance separating the mainplanes of a biplane, triplane or quadruplane.
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GAP

Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry
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Gap

Gap noun [ Middle English gap ; confer Icelandic gap an empty space, Swedish gap mouth, breach, abyss, Danish gab mouth, opening, Anglo-Saxon geap expanse; as adj., wide, spacious. See Gape .] An opening in anything made by breaking or parting; as, a gap
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Gap

Gap transitive verb 1. To notch, as a sword or knife. 2. To make an opening in; to breach. « Their masses are gapp'd with our grape.» Tennyson.
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Gap

Gap noun (Aëronautics) The vertical distance between two superposed surfaces, esp. in a biplane.
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gap

A space in between two of the same objects, where part of a chain or object is missing, or where certain activities, processes, or events are lacking. A period of time characterised by a lack of activity, in between two events or within a continuous process. ... <genetics, molecular biology> A gap is a spot on a strand of DNA or RNA where a n...
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gap

crack noun a narrow opening; `he opened the window a crack`
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Gap

Financing that is required, but for which no provision has been made. The difference in total funding needed for a proposal and the amount of funding already made available.
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gap

(gap) an opening or hiatus. anion gap the concentration of plasma anions not routinely measured by laboratory screening, accounting for the difference between the routinely measured anions and cations and equal to the plasma sodium − (chloride + bicarbonate); used in the ev...
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Gap

• (v. t.) To notch, as a sword or knife. • (n.) An opening in anything made by breaking or parting; as, a gap in a fence; an opening for a passage or entrance; an opening which implies a breach or defect; a vacant space or time; a hiatus; a mountain pass. • (v. t.) To make an opening in; to breach. • (n.) The vertical distance b...
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Gap

town, capital of the Hautes-Alpes département, Provence-Alpes-Côte d`Azur région, southeastern France, south-southeast of Grenoble. Situated at an ...
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GaP

Gallium Phosphide Molar mass: 100.696761
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gap

gap, gaps 1. An opening in a solid structure or surface; a cleft or breach: 'He wriggled through a gap in the fence.' 'A large gap in the wall where the artillery shell exploded.' 2. An opening through mountains; a pass. 3. A space between objects or points; an aperture: 'She had a gap between her front teeth.' 4. An interruption of continuity: ...
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Gap

The difference between a stock's price at the trading day opening and the previous trading day`s closing price. Discover What It`s Like to Live Easy With EquiTrend
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Gap

Gap is British slang for the mouth.
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Gap

A spatial opening in a plant community. Can be caused by natural death or by some other abiotic or biotic disturbance.
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gap

the conduction region between two electrodes
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Gap

Gap (gäp) , city (1990 pop. 35,647), capital of Hautes-Alpes dept., SE France, on the Luye River at the foot of the Dauphiné Alps. A center for tourism, Gap is an agricultural market that manufactures clothing, wood products, and construction materials. Founded by Augustus c.14 B.C., it ...
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Gap

A break in the continuity of a conductor rail at a set of points on a line equipped with 3rd rail traction. See conductor rail.
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