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G-force

An inertial force usually expressed in multiples of terrestrial gravity. See g/G.
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CHART-topping pop act G4 felt G-force - when they launched a rollercoaster fitted with "big boy" seats for larger-than-average fun-seekers.
G-Force is available on Wii[TM], Xbox 360[R] video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, PLAYSTATION[R]3 computer entertainment system, PlayStation[R]2 computer entertainment system, PSP[R] (PlayStation[R]Portable) system, Nintendo DS[TM] and Windows-based PC.
In 2008, the group started out its dance workshop called the G-Force Project where they offer dance classes for different genres.
When you purchase a ticket for G-FORCE you'll get another ticket of the same value or less, completely free.
Cinematographer Bozan Bazelli's credits include the notorious Boxing Helena as well as The Ring, Mr & Mrs Smith,Hairspray and now G-Force.
G-FORCE Colin Robinson of Newcastle-based Worldview Spaceflight tries out the simulator.
The incident apparently occurred when a group of pupils from Bishop Challoner jumped the queue for the G-Force ride.
Gil de Ferran, making his return to racing after recovering from an accident in Phoenix in March, decided on the G-Force.
David Wright, third baseman for the New York Mets, was not only selected to be the spokesperson for the G-Force Grand Slam Sweepstakes, he's been tapped to play third base for the 2009 National League All-Star team.
UBER-PRODUCER Jerry Bruckheimer hasn't ventured into the 3D arena until now so G-Force is something of a guinea pig for him.
The jet, a modified Boeing 727 called G-Force One, made eight dives for Prof Hawking, his physicians and nurses and two dozen other passengers.
THE increased G-Force experienced by Grand Prix drivers when they crash makes their blood heavier causing their bodies serious problems.