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WG

wire gauge

1. An instrument for measuring the thickness of wire or sheet metal; usually consists of a steel plate having a series of notches, of standard opening sizes, around the edge.
2. One of several systems for specifying the diameter of a wire.
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But bacteria can survive for long periods, even after vigorous disinfection procedures, (4) and WGS analysis has shown they are able to travel via pathways no one had predicted.
Both the AEHF and WGS are being enhanced with the Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) UHF narrowband military communications satellite.
Overall, the exome approach is both experimentally and computationally much simpler (and thus faster and cheaper) than WGS but retains much of the useful information.
The WGS cost breach has two components: the increase in unit costs between Block I and Block II satellites, and the increase in unit costs between Block II and Block IIf satellites.
Operational benefits from the USD-S transition to WGS 2 reached throughout the CENT COM AOR.
Before the launch of the WGS, the Air Force operated nine Defense Satellite Communications Systems Phase III satellites to provide secure voice and high-rate data capabilities to military agencies across the globe.
WGS is an exclusive platform that showcases the vibrancy of Singapore's epicurean culture and lifestyle.
Built in El Segundo using solar cells made in Sylmar, the first Wideband Global SATCOM, dubbed WGS, will move "the warfighters from dial-up modem to the Internet," Air Force Col.
Spirits company William Grant & Sons (WGS) has appointed Simon Hunt as managing director of William Grant & Sons North America and Mexico and president of WGS USA.
HydrogenSource is proud of these accomplishments and pleased with the collaboration with Sud-Chemie, who has taken a non-exclusive license of HydrogenSource's noble metal WGS process technology.
Air Force contract option to build a third satellite in the Wideband Gapfiller Satellite, or WGS, program.
Trials of Spar concessions at four smaller Local stores in parallel with the WGS launch were called to a halt after a few days because of lack of space.