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Gc

abbr.
gigacycle
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GC

abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) George Cross (a Brit award for bravery)
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Gc

gigacycle.
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Noun1.Gc - 1,000,000,000 periods per second
rate - a magnitude or frequency relative to a time unit; "they traveled at a rate of 55 miles per hour"; "the rate of change was faster than expected"
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Secondly (and it is the reason why no one among GCs looks for a two state solution), there is no benefit to GCs in a two state solution.
One factor in assessment of reliability is "equivalence (interrater reliability)." Equivalence evaluates whether or not an instrument yields measurements of the same traits in the same subjects (2 observers using the same instrument to measure the same thing simultaneously) (9) Interrater reliability of the GCS has been evaluated previously.
The Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) was first introduced in 1974 to assess coma and impaired consciousness in traumatic brain injury (TBI).[1] Although the GCS is widely applied in daily clinical practice, several limitations have been identified, such as an inability to accurately assess intubated patients and difficulty in assessing aphasic patients or aphonic patients due to the requirement of a verbal component.
In the present study, we examined how retinal GCs respond to global motion images evoked by simulated fixational and saccadic eye movements, presented singly and in sequence.
To replicate the luxurious look and feel of glass containers, GCS uses bi-injection and cube technology to manufacture a double-walled jar composed of two layers; the inner part is opaque, the outer is translucent.
The latest study from BarkerGilmore, "GCs: Adding Value to the C-Suite," finds that GCs need to have cybersecurity knowledge and business acumen as part of their roles as trusted adviser to the C-suite.
* Some GCs set up an internal contest to see who rises to the top, with or without the knowledge of the candidates.
The interaction between MCs and GCs in olfactory bulb is particularly critical.
is the world leader in service and sales of quality new and refurbished GCs, LCs, Mass Spectrometers, ICPs and electron microscopes, customized training, PM and OQ/PQ.
Greenberg, Carville, and Shrum (GCS), a Washington-based consulting firm that sends James Carville, Jeremy Rosner, and Tad Devine to rescue him.
The following are representative examples of recent assignments carried out by George Comfort & Sons (GCS):
ALM said the four-color magazine will focus on "topics of interest to California's corporate counsel," with coverage of legal and departmental management trends and issues, summaries and commentary on cases and decisions that impact companies and profiles of "leading GCs" and corporate legal departments.