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G1

(1) (Generation 1) The first generation of a product, typically hardware, such as the Android G1 smartphone (see HTC G1).

(2) The first generation of IBM's CMOS-based mainframes (Parallel Enterprise Servers). When introduced in 1994, there was no G1 designation, which was later added to clarify the evolution of the line. See IBM mainframes and Parallel Enterprise Server.
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Lead investigator Shuk-mei Ho, PhD, chairwoman of the Department of Environmental Health at the University of Cincinnati and her team previously found they can inhibit the growth of prostate cancer cell lines in culture by targeting and activating a protein called G protein-coupled receptor 30 (GPR30) using the experimental drug G-1, a GPR30 agonist, or stimulator.
It was so unnecessary for so many people to die," said Mary Lou Bradley, who works for the Army's G-1 (Personnel).
The class G-1 notes also benefit from financial guaranties provided by Ambac Assurance Corp (Ambac), MBIA Insurance Corp.
Fitch does not rate the $2,112 class G-1 certificates.
Fitch does not rate the $ 3,724 class G-1 certificates.
The Form G-1 shows the well flowing 2,668 mcfgpd on a 8/64'' choke with 4,727 psi flowing tubing pressure.
62 billion class G-1 notes reflects financial guaranty insurance policies provided by Ambac Assurance Corporation, Financial Guaranty Insurance Corporation and MBIA Insurance Corporation (each rated 'AAA' for insurer financial strength by Fitch).
Fitch does not rate the $185,355 class G-1 certificates.
A[paragraph]Fitch does not rate the $192,136 class G-1 certificates.
8 million class G-1 or class G-2 has been reduced to zero due to realized losses.
The ratings on the class G-1 and G-2 notes reflect the unconditional and irrevocable guarantee provided by MBIA Insurance Corporation (MBIA).