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  • noun The ISO 3166-1 two-letter (alpha-2) code for Guinea.
  • noun metrology Symbol for the giganewton, an SI unit of force equal to 109 newtons.


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  • The low-floor version of the O 405 was known as the O 405 N (or O 405 GN for articulated version), later a further developed version was also built, it was known as the O 405 N²/O 405 N2 (or O 405 GN²/O - Business News

  • Simply because the Watchmen although a GN is a deep and compelling drama … 100 Bullets might be the only series with more depth, and that could be debatable.

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  • “My headline would simply be ‘DC Comics Triumphant in GN Sales’ rather than using national/area/linguistic categories.”

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  • For those into James Patterson or Graphic Novels, Hachette will be producing Patterson's Maximum Ride series in GN format.

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  • “The GN is an ultra-nationalist group committed to the purity of El Salvador.”

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  • And then there is the similar print debate of dribbles vs. chunks about whether printing a floppy or waiting for the GN is the way to go.


  • So Baby Boo is officially 'GN', although I think he'll still be 'Baby Boo' for a while longer ...

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  • "It is really exciting to be working with an innovative and forward thinking company such as GN Resound" said Ryan Leighton, Business Development Manager at Leightons HearingCare. be by ReSound ™ is the first product in an entirely new category of hearing instrumentation called Invisible Open Technology (IOT ™).


  • GN: Twenty-five years ago, I created the Taxpayer Protection Pledge at the federal level.

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