American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. gallons per second
- n. a navigational system involving satellites and computers that can determine the latitude and longitude of a receiver on Earth by computing the time difference for signals from different satellites to reach the receiver
“Again, I understand that this idea would be very expensive and maybe never reasonable, but how about having shot with built in gps reciever that would be activated when shot out of gun.”
“The only time I use a gps is on the water or driving.”
“When he reported the crime to the police, he mentioned that his car had a built in gps system and thus was traceable as to its whereabouts.”
“Either of these maps can be uploaded to a Garmin gps using MapSource.”
“Plus, usually Mimi drives and I am the navigator so the need for verbal directions from the gps is much less.”
“I call gps a pretty darned useful invention but it doesn't work if you don't take into account relativistic effects.”
“There will also be a small link below thumbnails called gps, clicking that will be open google map with corresponding. txt gps data.”
“A friend and i went to the Catskills in upstate NY for a poker night. he has an iphone and a dash-mount gps. i have the droid. early the next morning, hungover, we drove down the mountain to head home and he had no phone reception, and his gps was a bitch to use, with all of the typing and the crappy "push screen" touch screen.”
“I know there is some online program where you can "gps" track your friends cells if they agree --- can i do it to my own phone? is there downloadable software or a small attachable chip or something I can put on my phone?”
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Things that can be used to measure other things.
an attempt to subdivide your life
A list of words related to Trapster, speed traps, speed cameras, red light cameras, and other road hazards and enforcement points.
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