Gan

• (v.) Began; commenced. • (imp. & p. p.) of Gin
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GAN

(NETWORK GLOSSARY) Global area network. A network that spans the globe.
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Gan

[Addu Atoll] Gan (Div: ގަން) is the southernmost island of Addu Atoll (previously also known as Seenu Atoll), as well as the southernmost island of the Maldives. It is relatively large by Maldive standards. The origin of the word `Gan` is in the Sanskrit word `Grama`, meaning `village`. Gan is the second largest island of the atoll, aft...
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Gan

[Huvadhu Atoll] Gan is one of the uninhabited islands of Southern Huvadhu Atoll, in the Gaafu Dhaalu Atoll administrative division of the Maldives. Gan Island was formerly inhabited, but its inhabitants moved to neighboring islands after a severe epidemic at the end of the 18th century. Before that point, there is evidence of continuous hum...
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Gan

[Laamu Atoll] Gan (Dhivehi: (ގަން) is one of the inhabited islands of Haddhunmathi Atoll, administrative code Laamu and the proposed capital for the Mathi-Dhekunu Province of the Maldives. Gan is the longest island of the Maldives. It is divided in wards, the northernmost of which is called Thundi in middle Mathimadhu and at the end Muk...
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Gan

Gan imperfect of Gin . [ See Gin , v. ] Began; commenced. » Gan was formerly used with the infinitive to form compound imperfects, as did is now employed. Gan regularly denotes the singular; the plural is usually denoted by gunne
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GaN

Gallium Nitride
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GaN

Gallium Nitride Molar mass: 83.7297
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Gan

Gan or Kan (both: gän) , river, c.550 mi (885 km) long, flowing north through the plain of central Jiangxi prov., SE China, past Nanchang to Poyang lake. Despite many rapids, it is navigable for junks below Ganzhou and for steamers up to Nanchang. The lower Gan valley is fertile; rice and tea a...
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