American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. gray.
- n. the SI unit of energy absorbed from ionizing radiation; equal to the absorption of one joule of radiation energy by one kilogram of matter; one gray equals 100 rad
“Wherever I turned my eyes, or lent my ears, it seemed to me that the Gy was the wooing party, and the An the coy and reluctant one.”
“Gy, which is now the usual dosage for similar tumors.”
“The radiation dose is expressed in and informed consent documents underwent critical photon equivalent RBE-Gy, which is the sum of the review and were approved by the respective com - physical dose for each component in the beam weighted mittees on clinical investigation at the Beth Israel by its RBE .”
“Fate, into the 'Gy' and 'An' of Bulwer's New Utopia; but talking of woman's rights, reminds me of the rights of man.”
“Indeed, it has also been quoted by Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger himself in an article he wrote in the well-known liturgical review “La Maison-Dieu”, entitled “Réponse du Cardinal Ratzinger au Père Gy” (La Maison-Dieu, 230, 2002/2, p. 116).”
“Kwak Yoon-Gy, left, and Lee Jung-Su, center, won a silver medal in the men's 5,000-meter relay in short track speed skating at the Vancouver Olympics.”
“I had to get affidavits from the former CO, XO and Gy for that period.”
“On Monday, the government's economy minister, Gy rgy Matolcsy, reiterated promises made by other government officials over the weekend that Hungary was still aiming to keep this year's budget deficit within the 3.8% limit.”
“Beginning May 27, Mr. Gilbert will conduct a production of Gy rgy Ligeti's opera "Le Grand Macabre.”
“Mr. Aimard will lead the Chamber Orchestra of Europe in Bach, as well as in music by such modern giants as Gy rgy Ligeti, Elliott Carter and Pierre Boulez.”
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