Did you mayhaps mean gym?
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“Thus we arrive at a direct contradiction, since the state of S2 post-measurement cannot be both gx - and one of gy - or gy+.”
“By applying the reduction of the wave-packet postulate to this second measurement, we conclude that the state of S2 immediately post-measurement is either gy - or gy+, depending on whether the measured value for y-spin is ’ 1/2 or +1/2.”
“For some reason, the string gy is marked as obscene.”
“May 15th, 2008 12: 59 pm ET this gy is out of his mind, he is Bush III, don't let him fool you, he will ruin the country even more, he is out of touch and makes no sense.”
“Resolved, That the efforts of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in endeavoring to exterminate the imported pest known as the gy]) sy moth meet with our hearty ap - proval, and we, members of the farmers 'national congress, assembled at St. Paul, earnestly appeal to the congress of the United St.tes to aid our sister state in extermi - nating what is liable to be a national pest if neglected.”
“When citizens fail to agree about their rights, governments can take advantage of them gy transgressing the rights of some citizens while retaining the political support of others.”
“My guess is that the program censors vulgarities in other languages, and “tai” and “gy” are vulgarities in other languages.”
“Have I offended you by saying gy and tai all willy-nilly?”
“The Korea Skating Union suspended Lee Jung-su and Kwak Yoon-gy from all competitions until April 2013 as punishment for allegedly helping to fix competitions and national team tryouts in March, KSU official Kim Tae-wan said.”
“We have not again brought that sense of urgency that Geoffrey Canada who is turning lives around in Harlem is bringing into the movie and when you see the lottery that takes place in the movie for children to be able to leave their dysfunctional public schools and go to a decent public charter school nearby, you see that the middle class American dream has beame of chance, literallcome a gy.”
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Unflattering Scots terms and nicknames for people and their perceived or imagined foibles, follies, and failings. Gleaned from Dr. Jamieson's Scottish Dictionary and Supplement, 1841.
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