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GC

Abbrev. for (Boss) General Catalog. See also NGC.

gc

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GC

Abbr. for “General Contractor.”

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A storage allocator with garbage collection by Hans-J. Boehm and Alan J. Demers. Gc is a plug-in replacement for C's malloc. Since the collector does not require pointers to be tagged, it does not attempt to ensure that all inaccessible storage is reclaimed.

Version 3.4 has been ported to Sun-3, Sun-4, Vax/BSD, Ultrix, Intel 80386/Unix, SGI, Alpha/OSF/1, Sequent (single threaded), Encore (single threaded), RS/600, HP-UX, Sony News, A/UX, Amiga, NeXT.

ftp://parcftp.xerox.com/pub/russell/gc3.4.tar.Z.
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We remark that, according to our GCEs, the electric and magnetic waves propagate with speed of light whether [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] or not, as long as Eqs.
The objective of SSA's Automotive GCE is to provide a state-of-the-art technology environment where clients, prospects and partners can work with SSA's automotive business consultants.
While the mgo chen's origins are elusive, we do encounter this graph already in some Tibetan edicts issued by the Mongol imperial court of Yuan China; see, for example, the imperial edict issued by Imperial Preceptor dishi Rin chen rgyal mtshan (1257-1305) in the Bod kyi lo rgyus yig tshags gces btus / A Collection of Historical Archives of Tibet, eds.
We are seeing certain members of the Education Council fanatically supporting access for students with GCEs and suddenly, whilst under pressure from OELMEK and the public, and in view of the European elections, they have made a 180 degree turn and changed their minds," she said.
On Wednesday the Cabinet approved a proposal to regulate admission procedures at the University of Cyprus (UCY) by opening up for the first time three percent of positions to students taking GCEs, the remaining 97 percent reserved for public school pupils taking the national exams.
The relevant bill would still be sent to the legislature for approval, even though the provision regarding the admission of students with GCEs would be put into force in 2010.
THE GOVERNMENT yesterday gave in to the blackmail of the teachers' union OELMEK, by deciding postpone the admission to the Cyprus University of students with GCEs by a year.
Unlike private school students who will sit GCE exams and have also had time to prepare for the Pancyprian exams, they can argue their child has had no time to prepare for the GCEs and therefore their treatment and access to the university is unequal to that of a private school student," Semelidou said.
OELMEK obviously fears that if university admissions are opened up to kids with GCEs, demand for afternoon lessons would fall -- especially if the intake from private schools is increased, which will inevitably happen.
OELMEK was not interested and "does not want to discuss" the percentage of students to be admitted with GCEs.
TEACHERS' union OELMEK announced yesterday that its members in secondary education will boycott the Modern Greek Pancyprian Exam, due to start in just a few weeks, in protest at the Education Ministry's proposal to allocate three per cent of public university places to pupils holding international qualifications such as GCEs or the Baccalaureat.
OELMEK is opposed to the university's decision to accept students with international qualifications such GCEs or the IB on the grounds that this would undermine state education.