- military slang birth control glasses
“BCGs once and for all lost the case for being standard candles.”
“Maybe instead they could identify clusters by finding the brightest cluster galaxies, BCGs, the same unpredictable galaxies that Jim had once hoped would be a good standard candle.”
“Beatrice Tinsley had just given a talk at Princeton saying that BCGs were unreliable: while nearby BCGs were one kind of standard candle, the distant ones almost certainly had to be another kind.”
“It might have been his stoic attitude, or maybe it was the BCGs—the Army-issue glasses that supposedly made you look so undesirable they were nicknamed Birth Control Glasses.”
“But they were so nerdy that they became known military-wide as Birth Control Glasses, or BCGs the army loves its abbreviations.”
“Greater China chyde When I began the Most Innovative Companies annual survey with BCGs James Andrew, nearly all the top 50 companies were American.”
“TB, after they all wussed out of having their BCGs at school. here.”
“Typical BCGs are some of the oldest and most massive galaxies.”
“Typical BCGs are some of the oldest and most massive galaxies, which provide excellent opportunities for astronomers to study the elusive globular clusters lurking within.”
“And, how have the BCGs remained almost unchanged in size and weight for 9 billion years?”
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