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G2

(1) (Generation 2) The second generation of a product, typically hardware, such as the Android Magic smartphone (see Android).

(2) The second generation of IBM's CMOS-based mainframes (Parallel Enterprise Servers). When introduced in 1995, there was no G2 designation, which was later added to clarify the evolution of the line. See IBM mainframes and Parallel Enterprise Server.

(3) The second generation of the RealPlayer media player from RealNetworks. The product was later renamed RealOne.
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The 13th ESC G-2 section had created, resourced, and institutionalized a program of systematically requesting unmanned aircraft systems and other types of reconnaissance aircraft to patrol the skies over areas with identified threats to convoy escort teams.
Washington G-2 Reports' Diagnostic Imaging Industry Outlook 2009: Market Trends & Analysis provides expert perspective on the top 10 trends that will shape the structure and the growth of the diagnostic imaging industry, through 2012.
The Guatemalan military has been sending G-2 hit-squads into the United States to intimidate or eliminate its opponents, according to former Guatemalan intelligence and military officers, human-rights activists, and a former Drug Enforcement Agency agent.
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Based on our current timeline, we anticipate the commercial launch of our G-2 system in the first half of 2009.
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G-2 combines extensive industrial public relations and media experience with a global outlook, to help clients improve brand, product and service image and reputation within identified key audiences.
Prior to founding Washington G-2 Reports in 1979 and chairing the nationally recognized annual Lab Institute program beginning in 1983, Weissman served as Director of the Washington Office of the American Society of Medical Technology.
The transaction's structure is such that losses are absorbed by classes depending on the originator of the disposed loan, with Dynex originated loans absorbed first by class G-2, then G-1, followed by F-2 and F-1.
Dynex originated loans are absorbed first by class G-2, then G-1, followed by F-2 and F-1.
34,055,000 subseries G-2 rated 'AA-/F1+' based on an LOC provided by The Bank of Nova Scotia, acting through its New York Agency;
The ratings on the class G-1 and G-2 certificates are based on the financial guaranty insurance policy provided by MBIA Insurance Corp.