Gem

Caterpillar species. Latin name: Orthonoma obstipata Food: Groundsel, knotgrass and dock Description: Green or brown (variable) pale underparts, small grey tubercles at the rear end. Southern coastal counties

GEM

Graphics Environment Manager (DRI Program)

GEM

acronym: Geospace Environment Modeling
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GEM

A genetically engineered microorganism.
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gem

[n] - a crystalline rock that can be cut and polished for jewelry 2. [n] - art highly prized for its beauty or perfection
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GEM

Digital Research's Graphics Environment Manager. A graphical interface designed both to make the operation of software simpler for the non-expert and to allow programs to communicate with one another. Two key desktop publishing packages, Ventura and DR's own GEM Desktop Publisher operate under this environment.
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GEM

Genetic Education Materials Database
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GEM

Groupe d'Étude de la Main
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Gem

Gem noun [ Middle English gemme precious stone, French gemme , from Latin gemma a precious stone, bud.] 1. (Botany) A bud. « From the joints of thy prolific stem A swelling knot is raised called a gem Denham. 2. A precious st...
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Gem

Gem transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Gemmed ; present participle & verbal noun Gemming ] 1. To put forth in the form of buds. ' Gemmed their blossoms.' [ R.] Milton. 2. To adorn with gems or pr...
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gem

1. <botany> A bud. ... 2. A precious stone of any kind, as the ruby, emerald, topaz, sapphire, beryl, spinel, etc, especially when cut and polished for ornament; a jewel. ... 3. Anything of small size, or expressed within brief limits, which is regarded as a gem on account of its beauty or value, as a small picture, a verse of poetry, a witty...
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gem

noun art highly prized for its beauty or perfection
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Gem

• (n.) A precious stone of any kind, as the ruby, emerald, topaz, sapphire, beryl, spinel, etc., especially when cut and polished for ornament; a jewel. • (v. t.) To put forth in the form of buds. • (v. t.) To adorn with gems or precious stones. • (v. t.) To embellish or adorn, as with gems; as, a foliage gemmed with dewdrops. &...
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GEM

Gasoline Engine Management
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GEM

Generic Electronic Module
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GEM

[Australian TV channel] The channel is transmitted in regional and remote areas of Australia by the Nine Network`s affiliates, WIN Television, NBN Television, Imparja Television, and Southern Cross Austereo. ==Introduction== Nine Network CEO David Gyngell stated `GEM is part of Nine`s strategy to create a cluster of complementary channels t...
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Gem

Gem is slang for something or someone special.
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Gem

Coin of exceptionally high condition.
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Gem

Coin of exceptionally high condition, such as Gem Uncirculated or Gem Proof.
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gem

gem, commonly, a mineral or organic substance, cut and polished and used as an ornament. Gems also are used as seals (items of assurance) and as talismans (good-luck charms). For birthstones, see month.Sections in this article:IntroductionProperties of GemsGem CuttingTypes of GemstonesBibliography
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GEM

GEM: see air-cushion vehicle.
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gem

Mineral valuable by virtue of its durability (hardness), rarity, and beauty, cut and polished for ornamental use, or engraved. Of 120 minerals known to have been used as gemstones, only about 25 are in common use in jewellery today; of these, the diamond, emerald, ruby, and sapphire are classified as precious, and all the others semi-precio...
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Gem

A style of Cheddar weighing approximately 3 pounds.
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Gem

[automobile] The Gem was an automobile manufactured in both Jackson, Michigan and Grand Rapids, Michigan by the Gem Motor Car Company from 1917 to 1919. The company was incorporated in December, 1917, and early the next month it was announced that capitalization was to be $250,000, with $150,000 yet to be issued. The Gem was a light, assemb...
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Gem

Gem generally refers to a gemstone, a cut rock or mineral. Gem may also refer to: == Literature and television == ...
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