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  • noun metrology Symbol for the gigasecond, an SI unit of time equal to 109 seconds.


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  • Outlook: The Terrapins lose several mainstays from last year's national champs in Gs Steve Blake,

  • Outlook: Ducks lose star G Aaron Brooks, but some solid talent due to return in Gs Bryce Taylor, Tajuan Porter, Malik Hairston and Chamberlain

    Final 2007 USA TODAY/ESPN coaches' poll

  • Returnees include good deal of talent in Gs Chris Duhon, J.J. Redick, Sean Dockery and Daniel Ewing and

  • a 6-10 forward who was the No. 15 pick, and a pair of scorers in Gs Delonte

  • And then you're getting three Gs, which is not a lot, but you get a sustained three Gs for about two minutes.

    CNN Transcript Jun 8, 2007

  • (on camera): We're experiencing 1.8 Gs, which is actually almost double your body weight.

    CNN Transcript Oct 18, 2008

  • I didn't know what "Gs" meant but I know what "Gents" means so I figured it must be some kind of reality make-over show.

    From Gs to Gents

  • Sarah Palin speaks like a high-school drop out, dropping the "Gs" from her ING's.

    Rob Kall: Sarah's De-G'in of American Speakin'

  • Additionally, if the "Gs" from the tight-turning, fast-climbing plane make the pilot pass out, then a new computer, delicately called the pilot's associate, would take over.

    War's New Science

  • Lare-ster, first of all that's 'aggressive' with two "Gs", secondly, we definitely aren't gonna be best friends, those were attempts at sarcasm.

    Sound Politics: The Path to 9/11


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