from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An abbreviation of Grand Cross of the Bath. See Knights of the Bath, under bath.
- n. An abbreviation of greatest common factor.
- n. An abbreviation of Grand Cross of the Hanoverian Guelphic Order or Grand Cross of Hanover;
- n. of Knight of the Grand Cross of Hanover.
- n. An abbreviation of greatest common measure.
- n. In astronomy, abbreviations of Gould's Cordova Zones, a series of star-catalogues: sometimes referred to as Z. C. (Zonæ Cordobenses).
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- n. 1,000,000,000 periods per second
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"In our initial tests, it removes low-level 'Gc' contamination in drugs," said Prof Varki.
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Like Gc has said many times, I thank God when liberals with power are incompetent - nt
If x = Gc, then es (x) = ces (G) (for G Ï (F));
[Gc] This passage is extracted and translated from M. Conseil's work upon the life of Jefferson, entitled "Melanges Politiques et Philosophiques de Jefferson."
[Gc] In the United States, the principal clauses of the English law respecting descent have been universally rejected.
Being a cnut I walked her into the guardroom to sign her in, and lifted the back of her skirt to show her thonged arrse to the Gc comd, 2i/c
Humans only have the "Ac" version, whereas other mammals including chimpanzees also have the "Gc" variety.
The human "Ac" sugar competes with the "Gc" variant making it less likely for the animal version to appear in the final product.
The Ac version, said Varki, competes with the Gc version, reducing the chances of the Gc version making it into the final product.