from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. centimeter-gram-second system
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- Alternative form of CGS.
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- n. system of measurement based on centimeters and grams and seconds
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How often do I tell people that “cgs is like women’s studies, queer studies, masculinity studies, communications and media studies all wrapped up into one”?
I also think that we need to have our surface fleet up to the level so we can spare our ddg, ffg, or cgs todo these escort jobs. im proud because i helped build the USS Brainbridge
The cgs killed source why would we be excited for it to be back lol.
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Things are much much better now, my insurance is awesome, and I have a pump and just got cgs, my blood sugars are pretty good (except in my last a1c, but in a few months, I will put a better number back up there), but it has taken me a long time to get over a lot of the fear and anger from that experience.
And also, on the point that the caller made about sort of the relationship between perceptions of the U.S. dollar and kind of willingness of foreign central banks to hold the dollar, and whether this is a vulnerability for the U.S., our colleague, Brad Setser, has a new Council on Foreign Relations paper about that question, which is on our website at www. cfr.org / cgs -- cgs like Center Geoeconomic Studies.
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