G8

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G8

 (jē′āt′)
n.
The countries of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Russia, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Representatives from these countries meet to discuss economic concerns.

[G(roup of) 8.]

G8

abbreviation for
(Economics) Group of Eight
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In such situations, a group of six or seven of these hideous reptiles may oftentimes be seen on the black rocks, a few feet above the surf, basking in the sun with outstretched legs.
There was hardly a bedroom in the house where feminine compliments were not passing and feminine toilettes going forward, in various stages, in space made scanty by extra beds spread upon the floor; and Miss Nancy, as she entered the Blue Room, had to make her little formal curtsy to a group of six.
A group of six males were seen in the areas at around the theft and police are keen to speak to any potential witnesses.
Summary: Patna (Bihar) [India], June 19 (ANI): A Class X girl was allegedly gangraped by a group of six people and thrown from a moving train before it reached Bihar's Kiul junction.
TUNIS, (TAP) - Tunisia has welcomed the nuclear deal between Iran and a group of six nations led by the United States that puts an end to a ten-year crisis.
Summary: A group of six tourists have been rescued from Barcelona's Colon statue after being trapped inside for several hours.
agency that "Russia expects Iran to resume talks with the group of six
Summary: Iran on Monday said it is ready to talk with a group of six world powers over its nuclear works.
Benfield has improved its messaging system, allowing for better control of its underwriting workflows to the Group of Six Lloyd's underwriters that have joined together to improve electronic processing, according to Rupert Swallow, Benfield's head of global operations.
Canon Linda Nicholls, co-ordinator for dialogue at faith, worship and ministry, led a group of six young people and three theological students from various Anglican churches in Canada.
The 167-seat aircraft is the fourth of a group of six new A320s/A321s acquired to replace older A310s and A320s.

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