from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. government agency (in Internet addresses)
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- abbr. An Internet TLD indicating that a website is used by a government institution.
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You can also find health information on the generally commercial-free government Web sites (with addresses that end in ".gov") and academic ones (".edu").
Credible Internet sources tend to be on government or educational sites ending in “.gov” or “.edu” rather than “.com.”
It includes a suffix defining .com for commerce, .edu for education, .gov for government, .org for organization and .non sometimes for individuals.
Maybe we can just link them from their .gov pages..
And furthermore, my brother says, I should not, even over private electronic communication remember, don’t use my .gov account for things like this, provide aid and succor to the haters who still love to dredge this story up out of the muck.
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